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Screenwriter Meg LeFauve attends The Hollywood Reporter's Nominees Night on Feb. 8. LeFauve co-wrote two 2015 Pixar films: Inside Out and The Good Dinosaur. Mike Windle/Getty Images for The Hollywood Reporter hide caption

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This Oscar Nominee Could've Been An Executive. Instead, She's A Screenwriter

At one point, Meg LeFauve was getting multiple studio executive job offers. But as her mentor says, "She knew she had a different path." Now her screenplay for Inside Out is up for an Oscar.

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Trouble Was For Thao & the Get Down Stay Down
Live Wire The Meters
My Only Swerving El Ten Eleven
Tales of Endurance, Pts. 4, 5 & 6 Supergrass
Exchange Massive Attack
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Lemon Tree Herb Alpert

Louisiana is in line for the biggest share of fines and settlements because it had the most damage in the spill. The restoration effort in the Caminada Headlands is one of the largest coastal restoration projects ever in the state. CWPPRA/Flickr hide caption

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Is The BP Oil Spill Settlement Money Being Well-Spent?

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Salaam - Peace - Hamba Kahle Dollar Brand
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The Cowpoke Cafe in Lovelock, Nev., is a pre-dawn gathering spot for the mostly conservative ranchers, farmers and miners who call Pershing County home. Nathan Rott hide caption

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Republican Candidates Look To Appeal To Nevada's Changing Conservatives

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Meine Zeit Cro

The half-naked hatchetfish, shown here munching on a shrimp, is just one of many billions of mesopelagic ocean fish that migrate up and down the water column each day to hunt food and avoid predators. Wikimedia hide caption

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Mysterious Ocean Buzz Traced To Daily Fish Migration

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Les Métamorphoses Du Vide Chapelier Fou
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Gen. Michael Hayden, the former head of the National Security Agency and the CIA, testifies before Congress last August. In an interview with NPR, Hayden says the intelligence agencies, not the White House, were responsible for getting it wrong when they concluded that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction prior to the U.S. invasion in 2003. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Hayden: Blame Intel Agencies, Not White House, For Getting Iraq Wrong

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump with his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, in Iowa last year. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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Meet Donald Trump's Alter Ego

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Charlie Brown Theme Vince Guaraldi
Oh, Good Grief [Vocal Version][#] Vince Guaraldi Trio
Dilaudid The Mountain Goats

Screenwriter Meg LeFauve attends The Hollywood Reporter's Nominees Night on Feb. 8. LeFauve co-wrote two 2015 Pixar films: Inside Out and The Good Dinosaur. Mike Windle/Getty Images for The Hollywood Reporter hide caption

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This Oscar Nominee Could've Been An Executive. Instead, She's A Screenwriter

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Joy of Credits Michael Giacchino
Flashing Lights Josh Vietti

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