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Heaven Knows What stars Arielle Holmes and is based on her experience as a homeless heroin addict in New York City. Courtesy of Radius-TWC hide caption

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'Heaven Knows What' Adds New Wrinkles To The Street Junkie Narrative

The film slightly fictionalizes the experience of Arielle Holmes, a young homeless addict whom filmmakers Josh and Benny Safdie first encountered in Manhattan's Diamond District.

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As Police Body Cameras Increase, What About All That Video?

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When Are Employee Wellness Incentives No Longer Voluntary?

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Why did a deliberately bad study showing the weight-loss benefits of chocolate get picked up by many news outlets? Science journalist John Bohannon — the man behind the study — says reporting on junk nutrition studies happens all the time. iStockphoto hide caption

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Trickster Journalist Explains Why He Duped The Media On Chocolate Study

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This Cajun Chicken Pizza Will Remind You Of Your Salad Days

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Texas Politicians And Businesses Feud Over Medicaid Expansion

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Heaven Knows What stars Arielle Holmes and is based on her experience as a homeless heroin addict in New York City. Courtesy of Radius-TWC hide caption

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'Heaven Knows What' Adds New Wrinkles To The Street Junkie Narrative

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Before Berry Gordy's Motown, There Was John Dolphin's Recorded In Hollywood

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