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Environmentalists Push For Ban On Balloons

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In Skate Kitchen, the introverted Camille (played by Rachelle Vinberg, left) finds her tribe of skaters in New York City. Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Finding, Then Filming, The Young All-Female Crew In 'Skate Kitchen'

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Nadia Albina as Gentlewoman, Anne-Marie Duff as Lady Macbeth and Michael Balogun as Doctor in Macbeth at the National Theatre in London. Brinkhoff Mögenburg /Courtesy of the National Theatre hide caption

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From Prison To The London Stage: A 'MacBeth' Actor's Second Act

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Dan Brown Pits Creationism Against Science In His Latest Novel, 'Origin'

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Ban The Box: What This New Law Means For Potential Employees With A Criminal Record

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Spain Will Fire Catalonia Leaders, Force New Elections

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Officer Killed In Niger Attack Laid To Rest In South Florida

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311 (from left: Chad Sexton, Nick Hexum, SA Martinez, Tim Mahoney and P-Nut) released its 12th studio album, Mosaic, earlier this year. Brian Bowen Smith/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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311's Nick Hexum: After 3 Decades, It's All About The Fans

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Putin Doesn't Appear Worried About Anti-Government Demonstrations In Russia

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Macron's Party Projected To Win Massive Majority In French Parliamentary Elections

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The members of Paramore (from left: Taylor York, Hayley Williams and Zac Farro) pair upbeat '80s sounds with bleak lyrics on After Laughter. Lindsey Byrnes/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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When Times Are Hard, Paramore Calls On '80s Pep

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Min Kym is shown at her debut recital at the Serenates D'Estiu Festival in Majorca in July 1992. Courtesy of Min Kym/Crown hide caption

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Her Violin Stolen, A Prodigy's World Became 'Unstrung'

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'Eyes On The Prize' Producer On Making A Civil Rights Documentary Before Its Time

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Dutch Voters Divided As Election Signals Another Test For Anti-Immigrant Populism

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'Cries From Syria' Documentary Lays Bare The Conflict's Gruesome Realities

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