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Director Nancy Meyers Makes Peace With Millennials In 'The Intern'

Meyers' new comedy stars Anne Hathaway as a CEO and Robert De Niro as her intern — she tells NPR that while there's a big difference between generations, her movie's message is "Be less judgmental."

Icefire Pat Metheny, Dan Gottlieb et. al.
Building the City Robert Een

At a recent campaign rally in New Hampshire, only a few dozen people showed up to hear former Gov. Martin O'Malley. Many of them were reporters; others were bused in by the candidate's campaign. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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A Day In The Life Of a 1 Percenter (1 Percent In The Polls, That Is)

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HIGH LIfE FOR NINE INSTRUMENTS BALANESCU QUARTET
Hypertension Jimmy Bruno

Michael Doucleff Sr. (right) talks to a longtime customer at Duke Bakery in Alton, Ill. Dan Brannan/Courtesy of Riverbender.com hide caption

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Could Delaying Retirement Be Great For Your Health?

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FEBRUARY SEA GEORGE WINSTON
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Director Nancy Meyers Makes Peace With Millennials In 'The Intern'

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Common Fields Wolfert Brederode
Get Behind the Mule Booker T. Jones & Booker T
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Columbia University players watch hopefully as they take on Fordham University. Despite a good start, the game ended in a loss for the Lions. Amy Pearl/WNYC hide caption

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An Ivy, A New Coach And A Perfectly Terrible Football Record

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Get Behind the Mule Booker T. Jones & Booker T

In the 1990s, Trump wanted to acquire Vera Coking's three-story house in Atlantic City, N.J., to build a limousine parking lot. His allies at the state's casino reinvestment authority tried unsuccessfully to seize it. Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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Get Off My Lawn: Conservatives Critique Trump On Eminent Domain

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The Big Question Behind 'Stonewall' Backlash: Who Threw The First Brick?

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Walk Tall Eric Marienthal
Graham Cracker Victor Bailey

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