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Harvey Weinstein arrives at The Weinstein Company and Netflix after party in Beverly Hills, Calif., after January's Golden Globes. The disgraced movie mogul is expected to turn himself in Friday morning in New York. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Harvey Weinstein Will Turn Himself In To Police On Criminal Charges

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Talley — seen here in a still from the movie — says his love of fashion comes from his love of his grandmother and her fine church wardrobe. Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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

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Saxophonist Coleman Hawkins and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie in concert with the Cannonball Adderley Quintet in November 1960. Express/Getty Images hide caption

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What Makes A Jazz Standard?

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Donald Glover's 'This Is America' Holds Ugly Truths To Be Self-Evident

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Dylan Marron reaches out to people who leave angry messages on his videos and talks with them about what made them so mad. "Empathy is the crucial tool to getting these conversations off the ground," he says. Night Vale Presents hide caption

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In 'Conversations With People Who Hate Me' An Activist Calls Up His Worst Critics

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In Dave Eggers' New Book, Heroic Kids Do The Heavy Lifting

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Clothes of genocide victims whose bodies were exhumed hang at the site of a recently-discovered mass grave near the capital Kigali, in Rwanda on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Eric Murinzi/AP hide caption

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In Rwandan Mass Graves, There Are Few Ways To Identify The Dead. Clothing Is One

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After years of claiming she was black, Rachel Dolezal was outed as white in 2015. The Netflix documentary The Rachel Divide explores the fallout for Dolezal and her family. Netflix hide caption

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'Rachel Divide' Director Says Dolezal 'Has Remained Resolute'

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Questlove's latest book, available now, is called Creative Quest. Michael Baca/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Questlove Aims To Save Your Brain: 'Creativity Might Be In Jeopardy'

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"Facebook is looking to know basically as much as possible about its users," Julia Angwin says. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook And Other Firms Have A Ton Of Data On You. Here's How To Limit That

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As a co-founder of a Chicago label and a member of 15 different local acts in the last decade, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya is a veteran of the city's music scene. Tojo Andrianarivo/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nnamdi Ogbonnaya Loves Being Chicago Rap's Oddball

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'Heads Of The Colored People' Takes On The Pressures Of Being 'The Only One'

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is escorted by police on his way to a meeting Monday with U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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The Rise — And Stall — Of Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg

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Skinny jeans have remained the dominant style for denim for more than a decade. But denim-makers are innovating in other ways to compete with leggings and yoga pants. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Denim Companies Stretch To Compete With Leggings

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A windmill outside Swanton, Neb., sets an idyllic scene. The satirical podcast A Very Fatal Murder is set in the fictional small town of Bluff Springs, Neb. shannonpatrick17/Flickr hide caption

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True Crime, Fake Homicide: The Onion's 'A Very Fatal Murder' Podcast

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