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Archie Williams with his attorney Vanessa Potkin (left) and aunt Saundra Christmas at the 19th Judicial District Court of East Baton Rouge, La., this March, after forensic evidence cleared his name. Tyler Kaufman/The Innocence Project hide caption

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After Being Wronged By The Law, Singer Archie Williams Gets A Second Chance

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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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