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Sketch To Impress: How An Oscar Winner Costumes The Stars

British costumer Sandy Powell already has three Oscars and is in the running for two more. Cinderella's gown was "probably the most terrifying thing" she's created. "The expectations were so high."

Fallen The Echelon Effect
Minack The Echelon Effect
From West Texas Explosions in the Sky
The Navigator Urs Bollhalder Trio
Cyclogenesis Urs Bollhalder Trio
High Risk Dave Douglas
Cardinals Dave Douglas
Death Is a Door That Opens Joy Wants Eternity
Uriel Joy Wants Eternity
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes Lily James
Lazarus David Bowie
Already There Taylor McFerrin
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Sen. Bernie Sanders has emphasized shadow banking less than Hillary Clinton, but he maintains that his overall platform is much tougher on Wall Street than hers. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Risky Shadow Banks Become Campaign Fodder For Democrats

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Jose Altuve, an All-Star second baseman with the Houston Astros, is one of many prominent major league players from Venezuela. Stephen Brashear/AP hide caption

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As Venezuelan Crisis Deepens, U.S. Baseball Teams Close Academies

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Shroud The Stars Max Tannone