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DNA, the ninth album of the Backstreet Boys, is due out Jan. 25. Dennis Leupold/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Backstreet Boys On Fatherhood, Addiction And New (Grammy-Nominated) Music

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Nick Sandmann, a student from Covington Catholic High School, stands in front of Nathan Phillips, a Native American, at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Kaya Taitano/Social Media/Reuters hide caption

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The Fight For Native Voices To Be Heard

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'Field Guide To The North American Teenager' Taps Into The Raw Anxiety Of Adolescence

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Though he is best-known for his auteur work, composer, playwright and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda says it was his dream to be offered a part in someone else's musical. Elias Williams for NPR hide caption

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Lin-Manuel Miranda On 'Mary Poppins Returns' And Writing His Way Onstage

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The Moral Of The Story Is: Great Kids' Books Don't Always Need Morals

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In The Front Runner, Hugh Jackman plays Gary Hart, whose 1987 presidential campaign was swiftly derailed by reports of an extramarital affair. Frank Masi/Sony Pictures hide caption

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What 'The Front Runner' And Gary Hart Tell Us About Political Theater Today

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Encore: 'The Gospel According to André': Look Fabulous, And Know Your History

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In Widows, Viola Davis turns to a life of crime after her husband dies in a botched bank robbery. Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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'Authenticity Is My Rebellion': Viola Davis On 'Widows,' Steve McQueen And Legacy

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"I've always strived for the feeling that I have now," Jacob Banks says. Grace Rivera/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jacob Banks Doesn't Rush His Music: 'Time Is The Only Currency That Matters To Me'

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A Preview Of Michelle Obama's Book, 'Becoming'

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Slick Rick released his debut album The Great Adventures of Slick Rick in 1988. Al Pereira/Getty Images hide caption

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How Slick Rick And Queen Latifah 'Breathed Life Into Hip-Hop' In 1988

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Actor and musician Riz Ahmed spoke with host Audie Cornish in front of a live audience at Murmrr in Brooklyn, N.Y. Mohamed Sadek for NPR hide caption

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Riz Ahmed On Rapping, Acting And Being His (Sometimes Shirtless) 'Most Complex Self'

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Watch out, Michael Myers, Laurie Strode [Jamie Lee Curtis] is ready for you. Andre Eccles/Universal Pictures hide caption

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This 'Halloween,' Jamie Lee Curtis Reckons With 40 Years Of Trauma

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In 17 years, children's author and illustrator Jarrett Krosoczka has published 38 books, but his latest stands out from the others. Hey, Kiddo is a graphic memoir telling the story of Krosoczka's childhood. Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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In 'Hey, Kiddo,' Jarrett Krosoczka Sketches Childhood, A Mom's Addiction

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Cardi B and J Balvin perform "I Like It" during the 2018 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. in April 2018. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images hide caption

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The Long Legacy Of Latin Music Influencing Hip-Hop

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