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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, joined by fellow congressional Democrats on Jan. 4, brands what Republicans are trying to do when it comes to health care as "Make America Sick Again." Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Ideas Behind Health Care Policy Ignite Passions

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Washington Square Park Anat Cohen
Infinite Cities The Bright Light Social Hour
With My Friends (Instrumental) Aloe Blacc
Doubts Ibrahim Maalouf
Mirror Maru Cashmere Cat

Liev Schreiber plays the boxer Chuck Wepner, who fought Muhammad Ali in 1975. Sarah Shatz/Courtesy of IFC Films hide caption

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Liev Schreiber On The 'Unsafe' Obsession With Celebrity And The Story Of 'Chuck'

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