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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'The Get Down' And What's Coming In TV

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Steven Universe' And The Games We Play

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In Defense Of Bronze: The True Mettle Of The Metal Of The 3rd-Place Medal

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The Unsung Heroine Who Helped Shape 'Suicide Squad'

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Hillary Clinton dances with her husband President Bill Clinton at an inaugural ball in January, 1997. Last week, Hillary Clinton became the first woman to win the presidential nomination for a major American party. Somehow, we are still talking about her shoes. Doug Mills/AP hide caption

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Small Batch: The Return Of 'Match Game'

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Stranger Things' And Onscreen Weddings

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Ghostbusters' And 'Mr. Robot'

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