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Museums Face Pressure From Activists Over Dubious Financial Ties

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Peter Handke, Olga Tokarczuk Win Nobel Prizes In Literature

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Kehinde Wiley Debuts Sculpture In Times Square Featuring An African American Warrior

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Novelist Herman Wouk, pictured here in 1955, wrote about a variety of subjects, including World War II, the publishing world and a fictional Caribbean island. Fred Stein Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Herman Wouk, 'The Jackie Robinson Of Jewish American Fiction,' Dies At 103

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Criminal Case Against Harvey Weinstein Will Move Forward

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Harvey Weinstein and attorney Benjamin Brafman exit State Supreme Court on June 5 in New York City. Weinstein pleaded not guilty on two counts of rape and one count of a criminal sexual act. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Weinstein Seeks Dismissal Of Sexual Assault Case In Possible #MeToo Setback

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Art Garfunkel and Paul Simon perform in 1982 at Paris' Auteuil Hippodrome. Joel Robine/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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We Asked For Your Favorite Anthems. You Answered 'America'

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Anthony Bourdain, Chef, Author And TV Host Dies At 61

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'Fearless Girl' Will Keep Facing Down Wall Street's Bull

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Bharati Mukherjee, Writer Of Indian-American Experiences, Dies At 76

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