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Background On Trump's Plan To Allow Imports Of Some Prescription Drugs

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Shark Bites Man; Man Shows Off

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News Brief: Democrats On Health Care; Interest Rate Cut Expected

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President Trump Defends Incendiary Tweets

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News Brief: Democratic Debates, Gilroy Shooting, Data Breach

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Mark Hamill is the new voice of Chucky — the murderous doll is coming back to life in a reboot of the 1988 horror classic Child's Play. Hamill is pictured above in London in December 2017. Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for Disney hide caption

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Skywalker, The Joker, Now Chucky: Mark Hamill Takes On Another Iconic Character

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Joe Namath speaks during halftime of a New York Jets game in 2018. As quarterback, he led the Jets to a Super Bowl win in 1969. Mike Stobe/Getty Images hide caption

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He Could Go 'All The Way': Joe Namath Enters His 4th Quarter

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News Brief: Russia Probe, Immigration Overhaul, Rural Hospital Closes

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News Brief: Immigration Plan, U.S.-Iran Relations, Student Loan Probe

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Carly Rae Jepsen opens up about family, singlehood and the one that might've got away on her latest album, Dedicated. Meredith Rizzo and Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Carly Rae Jepsen Colors Outside The Lines

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Veal braciolini from the cookbook, Piatti: Plates and Platters for Sharing Inspired by Italy by Stacy Adimando. Linda Pugliese/Chronicle Books hide caption

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A Meal's Magical Beginning Inspires Cookbook Full Of Antipasti

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News Brief: Trump Investigations, U.S-China Trade Talks, Ebola Outbreak

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In the third and final season of Easy, a show about people whose lives are anything but, Michael Chernus and Elizabeth Reaser reprise their roles as a couple experimenting with an open marriage. Netflix hide caption

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'Easy': How Director Joe Swanberg Improvised A TV Show

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Members of KISS perform in Vancouver, Canada, for the band's "One Last Kiss: End of the Road World Tour" in Jan. 2019. Keith Leroux/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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'We Wanted To Be Larger Than Life': Paul Stanley Of KISS On Almost 50 Years Of Rock

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News Brief: U.S.-China Trade Talks, Humans Accelerate Species' Extinction

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