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Tips For Starting Or Continuing Mental Health Care From Home

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Encore: Reflections From Conversations With Women In Comedy

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"I mean for a cross-dresser selling folk music, I was like, if I can sell that, plugging the guitars in isn't going to be that farfetched," Trixie Mattel says of her third album, Barbara. Albert Sanchez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Trixie Mattel Balances Genre, History And Humor On 'Barbara'

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Reflections From Conversations With Women In Comedy

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Going To Therapy Can Be Hard, Especially For Immigrants — Here's How To Start

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Kristin Chenoweth's album For the Girls is out now. Krista Schlueter/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kristin Chenoweth Is Doing It 'For The Girls'

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Anne Wojcicki, chief executive officer and co-founder of 23andMe, speaks during the TechCrunch Disrupt 2018 summit in San Francisco in September 2018. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Female CEOs Blast 'Forbes' List Of Innovative Leaders That Includes Only One Woman

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A satellite image taken Friday shows damage and oil leaking from a terminal on Grand Bahama. The company that owns it says 1.8 million barrels were being stored there when Hurricane Dorian hit late Sunday. Satellite image ©2019 Maxar Technologies hide caption

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Common's latest album, Let Love, tackles love, forgiveness and coping with past trauma. Claire Harbage and Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Common Takes Time To Heal On 'Let Love'

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In her new stand-up tour, Douglas, Hannah Gadsby confronts her unexpected fame — and a new diagnosis. Jill Greenberg/Courtesy of ID PR hide caption

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Hannah Gadsby: If Political Correctness Can Kill Comedy, It's Already Dead

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Clockwise from top right: Lt. Col. "B" Fram, Kathryn Fram, Peg Fram, Alivya Fram, Amr Alfiky/NPR hide caption

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How The Trump Administration's Transgender Troop Ban Is Affecting One Military Family

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This undated photo of Marilou Danley, 62, was provided by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Authorities are trying to determine why Stephen Paddock, Danley's boyfriend, killed dozens of people in Las Vegas on Sunday night. AP hide caption

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