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Anthony Hopkins says he remembers standing at his father's bedside when he died: "And I remember thinking to myself: Yeah, you're not so hot either, because one day it'll happen to you. This is life." Hopkins stars as Anthony, a man experiencing dementia, in The Father. Sean Gleason/Sony Pictures Classics. hide caption

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'We Don't Know What's Coming': Anthony Hopkins Plays 'The Father' With Dementia

At 83, Hopkins says he knew exactly how to play his role in the film The Father. "I just had a sense of it," he says. The film was directed by Florian Zeller, whose grandmother had dementia.

Introspection Stan Forebee
Expectations Stan Forebee

Hofstra University student Divya Singh found herself beset by a double whammy of bills from two of the costliest kinds of institutions in America — colleges and hospitals. After experiencing anxiety when her family had trouble coming up with the money for her tuition, she sought counseling and ended up with a weeklong stay in a psychiatric hospital — and a resulting $3,413 bill. Jackie Molloy for KHN hide caption

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College Tuition Sparked A Mental Health Crisis. Then The Hefty Hospital Bill Arrived

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Blossom. Keem The Cipher
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Live Better Marcus D feat. Saigon & Choklate
Lisa Nowak Love Story Caves of Steel
Last Citizen of the USSR Caves of Steel

Kris Bowers performs onstage during Soundcheck: A Netflix Film and Series Music Showcase on Nov. 4, 2019 in Los Angeles, Calif. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images hide caption

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Kris Bowers Reflects On Coming 'Full Circle' In Composing The Score For 'Respect'

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Wake the Neighbors Kris Bowers
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Anthony Hopkins says he remembers standing at his father's bedside when he died: "And I remember thinking to myself: Yeah, you're not so hot either, because one day it'll happen to you. This is life." Hopkins stars as Anthony, a man experiencing dementia, in The Father. Sean Gleason/Sony Pictures Classics. hide caption

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'We Don't Know What's Coming': Anthony Hopkins Plays 'The Father' With Dementia

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A Sense of Symmetry Ludovico Einaudi
Le Onde Ludovico Einaudi

Activists are likely to be disappointed that the Senate parliamentarian ruled against the inclusion of a $15 minimum wage in the giant COVID relief bill. But the provision's omission likely means the measure will gain more support in the Senate. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Senate Can't Vote On $15 Minimum Wage, Parliamentarian Rules

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Facebook is pushing back on new Apple privacy rules for its mobile devices, this time saying the social media giant is standing up for small businesses in television and radio advertisements and full page newspaper ads. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Why Is Facebook Launching An All-Out War On Apple's Upcoming iPhone Update?

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Tony Hicks, left, and Azim Khamisa in December 2019, in San Diego, Calif. Courtesy of the Tariq Khamisa Foundation hide caption

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'Worth Being Forgiven': A Father And His Son's Killer Bring Past And Present Together

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The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan Chris Zabriskie
John Stockton Slow Drag Chris Zabriskie
Chirizakura Geoffrey Keezer
The Disappearance Canyons of Static
Maps and Mazes Canyons Of Static & Canyonsofstatic

Signs sit near the White House following a 2018 March for Our Lives rally. Three years later, the activist group, founded by survivors of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, is consulting with the Biden administration on violence prevention policies. Zach Gibson/Getty Images hide caption

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Youth Activists Are Heard In Biden's White House, But They Want To See More Action

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