Best Of: Author Louise Erdrich / 'Watergate Girl' Jill Wine-Banks Louise Erdrich talks about her new novel, 'The Night Watchman.' It was inspired by her grandfather, a chairman of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa who fought a Congressional initiative to move indigenous peoples off their land and into cities.

Critic John Powers reviews the genre-bending film 'Bacurau,' about a small Brazilian town grappling with a series of mysterious events.

In her memoir, 'The Watergate Girl,' Jill Wine-Banks talks about confronting Nixon White House insiders on the witness stand and enduring sexism in the courtroom.
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Best Of: Author Louise Erdrich / 'Watergate Girl' Jill Wine-Banks

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Best Of: Author Louise Erdrich / 'Watergate Girl' Jill Wine-Banks

Best Of: Author Louise Erdrich / 'Watergate Girl' Jill Wine-Banks

Best Of: Author Louise Erdrich / 'Watergate Girl' Jill Wine-Banks

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Louise Erdrich talks about her new novel, 'The Night Watchman.' It was inspired by her grandfather, a chairman of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa who fought a Congressional initiative to move indigenous peoples off their land and into cities.

Critic John Powers reviews the genre-bending film 'Bacurau,' about a small Brazilian town grappling with a series of mysterious events.

In her memoir, 'The Watergate Girl,' Jill Wine-Banks talks about confronting Nixon White House insiders on the witness stand and enduring sexism in the courtroom.