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Tuesday

Hollywood loves to churn out 'great man' movies. This year stands out, critic says

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Tuesday

Director Andrew Haigh talks about love and loneliness in 'All of Us Strangers'

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Saturday

The obsession with demonic possession on screen

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Tuesday

How Victor Manuel Rocha got away with spying for Cuba for so long

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Sunday

Find your next favorite holiday movie

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Friday

'Maxine's Baby' is a documentary chronicling the life of Hollywood mogul Tyler Perry

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Wednesday

Michael Fassbender in The Killer. Netflix hide caption

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Friday

Meg Ryan rethinks the rom-com genre in her new film 'What Happens Later'

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Tuesday

In Jennifer Kent's 2014 film, The Babadook, a mysterious monster from a picture book jumps off the page to terrorize a grieving family. Atlaspix/Alamy hide caption

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What's the scariest movie you've ever seen?

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Friday

Ellen Burstyn and Leslie Odom, Jr. in The Exorcist: Believer. Anne Marie Fox/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Monday

Howard University receives a replacement for Hattie McDaniel's missing Oscar

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Saturday

The presidential flag (center) is hand embroidered. Caroline Gutman for NPR hide caption

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Inside the workshop where presidential flags are lovingly made, mostly by immigrants

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Friday

Chagos refugees continue the decades-long fight for justice

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Tuesday

Meeting the Philadelphia team that embroiders presidential flags

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Saturday

Rotten Tomatoes can make or break a film's success — is that a problem?

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Wednesday

A very notable figure is missing from the Republican primary debate lineup. AFP contributor/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Punch, pivot and be appealing': Expert's guide for candidates in Trump-less debate

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Wednesday

A small lake outside Toronto could be the clue that a new epoch has begun on Earth

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Tuesday

New PBS series tracks effects of humanity on the planet

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Thursday

Five days since the revolt in Russia, Putin is still standing — But for how long?

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Friday

Gretchen (Aya Cash) is a self-centered music publicist who falls in love with Jimmy (Chris Geere) in the FXX series You're the Worst. Prashant Gupta/FX hide caption

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Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric and Halle Bailey as Ariel in The Little Mermaid. Disney hide caption

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