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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Examines The 'Unspoken Alliance' Between Science And War

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'The Crown' Creator Sees Britain's Royals As 'Just A Regular Family'

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How An Israeli Journalist's Coverage Of The Palestinian Conflict Inspired 'Fauda'

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Dispatches From A 'Dopesick' America

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In The Wake Of Charlottesville, Journalist Begins 'Documenting Hate' In America

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Humpback whales feed at the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary near Provincetown, Mass., in July 2014. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Scientists Are 'Spying On Whales' To Learn How They Eat, Talk And ... Walked?

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Tony Shalhoub On 'Mrs. Maisel' And Questioning His Worth As An Actor

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Michael Scott Moore was captured by pirates after traveling to Somalia to write a book about the history of piracy in the Horn of Africa. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Journalist Held Captive By Pirates Says Focus And Forgiveness Were Crucial

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Accused Russian Agent Maria Butina's Story Reveals Pro-Putin Views In The U.S.

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How Dark Money, Gerrymandering And Democratic Complacency Altered Wisconsin Politics

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Behind Bars, Mentally Ill Inmates Are Often Punished For Their Symptoms

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Journalist Warns Cyber Attacks Present A 'Perfect Weapon' Against Global Order

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How Taking A Stand For Justice Can Threaten The Careers Of Black Athletes

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'Fresh Air' Remembers Anthony Bourdain, A Chef Devoted To Global Street Food

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Nick Offerman plays Frank Fisher, a single dad, in Hearts Beat Loud. "This is the largest role, by far, I've ever had in a film," he says. Eric Lin/Gunpowder & Sky hide caption

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'I Could Never Fake It': Nick Offerman On Striving For Nonchalance

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