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A 1939 portrait of opera singer Lawrence Tibbett, the co-founder and first president of the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA). Fairfax Media/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Cohen, former personal lawyer to President Trump, listens to closing statements during a House Oversight Committee hearing in February 2019. Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Fired A 'Faux-Bama,' Michael Cohen Says In Tell-All Memoir

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Journalist Gretchen Carlson addresses the crowd before the planned screening of Surviving R. Kelly in New York on Dec. 4, 2018. The room was evacuated after a gun threat was called in. Chance Yeh/Getty Images for A&E hide caption

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An attorney for R. Kelly, seen in May 2019, said his client "had nothing to do with any of these alleged acts by those charged." Kamil Krzaczynski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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New York Philharmonic first violinist Kuan Cheng Lu, playing for a socially distanced audience of two at Lincoln Center on July 31. Mito Habe-Evans/NPR hide caption

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During A Lonely New York Summer, Lincoln Center Brings Music To Essential Workers

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The Young People's Chorus of New York City, performing back in better times. Alexey Konkov/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Is Singing Together Safe In The Era Of Coronavirus? Not Really, Experts Say

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Pianist Yuja Wang (pictured), violinist Leonidas Kavakos and several prominent academics have been accused this week of making anti-Black comments. Daniel Mihailescu/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The creators of The Magic School Bus series: illustrator Bruce Degen and author Joanna Cole, posing at the Scholastic Store in New York City in an undated photo. Courtesy of Scholastic hide caption

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The country trio formerly known as Lady Antebellum told NPR that it is not opposed to a singer continue to use Lady A as a stage name. Brett Carlsen/Getty Images hide caption

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