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Unrest In Nairobi After Kenya's President Wins Election Rerun

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The Latest In The Russia Inquiry: Are Indictments Imminent?

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In Shelbyville, Tenn., 'Proud To Be White' And 'Hate Is Not The Solution'

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'Long Way Down,' By Jason Reynolds. Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books hide caption

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In 'Long Way Down,' The Ghosts Of Gun Violence Chill A Plan For Revenge

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Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) returns in the second season of Stranger Things. Courtesy of Netflix hide caption

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'Stranger Things 2' Creators: 'We Wanted To Raise The Stakes'

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Opioid Crisis: Does A 'Public Health Emergency' Go Far Enough?

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Morning News Brief: Opioid Crisis, Senate Budget Resolution

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Morning News Brief: Puerto Rico, Senate Health Care Plan

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News Brief: Health Care Deal, Travel Ban Blocked By Hawaii Judge

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Senate Leadership Fund Fights Attacks On Establishment Candidates

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'Uncommon Type,' By Tom Hanks. Jennifer Kerrigan /NPR hide caption

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Tom Hanks Is Obsessed With Typewriters (So He Wrote A Book About Them)

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Jackie Chan attends the premiere of The Foreigner last week in Hollywood, Calif. Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic hide caption

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Jackie Chan Jumps Back Into The Action With 'The Foreigner'

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News Brief: Trump's Tax Plan, California's Raging Wildfires

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Morning News Brief: Wine Country Fires, Clean Power Plan

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On his podcast, Marc Maron (pictured here in Los Angeles in 2013) often asks guests what their parents do. "It's a very defining thing," he says. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Marc Maron On Robin Williams, Barack Obama And Learning To Be A Good Listener

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