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Television chef Rachael Ray celebrates a milestone with a new book, Rachael Ray 50, that's part cookbook and part memoir. Food Network hide caption

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Rachael Ray At 50: 'Eat Your Spaghetti!'

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Senior White House policy adviser Stephen Miller watches President Donald Trump speak in the Oval Office. Emails leaked to the Southern Poverty Law Center appear to reveal Miller's familiarity with white nationalist texts and thinkers. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Stephen Miller And 'The Camp Of The Saints,' A White Nationalist Reference

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Authorities perform an active shooter drill at Park High School on April 27, 2018 in Livingston, Mont. Some experts question the methods of active shooter drills. William Campbell/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Experts Worry Active Shooter Drills In Schools Could Be Traumatic For Students

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Emilia Clarke plays Kate, who works in a year-round Christmas goods store, in Last Christmas, directed by Paul Feig. Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Emilia Clarke On 'Last Christmas,' Brexit And Life After 'Game Of Thrones'

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In The 'Dream House,' Carmen Maria Machado Recounts Nightmares

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A team from USA TODAY met with village leaders in Kalandula, Angola, while on a trip this summer to chronicle Wanda Tucker's trip to Angola, where she believes her ancestors once lived. From left: Jarrad Henderson, Deborah Barfield Berry; village leaders, including Antonio Manuel Domingos; Kelley Benham French and Nichelle Smith. Courtesy of Deborah Barfield Berry hide caption

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A Reporter's Story About Slavery Leads To A Shocking Discovery About Her Roots

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Ukraine Probe Advances With New Characters And Plot Twists

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In 'Me,' Elton John Pulls Back The Curtain On A Storied Life

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Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Ronan Farrow talked with NPR ahead of the release of his book Catch and Kill. A.J. Chavar for NPR hide caption

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Ronan Farrow Stands By His Reporting On NBC's 'Corrosive' Secrecy Around Sexual Abuse

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NBC News Staff Upset With Leadership After Allegations In Ronan Farrow Book

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Natalie Portman plays an astronaut whose life begins to come undone following her spaceflight in Lucy in the Sky. Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Natalie Portman Is 'Lucy In The Sky,' With An Existential Crisis

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A minke whale breaks the surface near Boothbay Harbor in the Gulf of Maine on Aug. 10, 2018. Researchers say warming in the gulf is driving whales into waters farther north where fewer environmental protections exist. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Gulf Of Maine Is Warming, And Its Whales Are Disappearing

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Texas voter Alston Beinhorn (left), presidential candidate Julián Castro, NPR host Lulu Garcia-Navarro and voter Dani Marrero Hi at Mi Tierra in San Antonio, Texas, on Sept. 30, 2019. Nickolai Hammar/NPR hide caption

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'I Have To Ask You This': Julián Castro Pressed By Immigration Activist, Rancher

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Brad Pitt stars in Ad Astra as an astronaut in search of his father, who disappeared on a mission many years prior. Francois Duhamel/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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Brad Pitt On Making 'Ad Astra,' Processing Trauma And Channeling David Bowie

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