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'I Create Worlds': 'Feud' Showrunner Ryan Murphy On Making TV

Murphy has compared the process of developing a show to having a dream — and his dreams have quite a track record. They include Nip/Tuck, Glee, American Horror Story and now Feud.

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Mamãe Quero Ser Pop Strobo
Heights Ok Ikumi
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Cosmic Florian Weber
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Lover's Carvings Bibio
Brooklyn Youngblood Brass Band

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'I Create Worlds': 'Feud' Showrunner Ryan Murphy On Making TV

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Pro-Trump supporters, left, argue with demonstrators after a Feb. 18 march in Los Angeles to protest the president's immigration policies. Sociologists say President Trump's actions and rhetoric are politically energizing both conservatives and liberals. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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On Both The Left And Right, Trump Is Driving New Political Engagement

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Memory Tom Misch
Heirloom Basenji

Chris López told her son Gabe, who's transgender, that she will always have his back. StoryCorps hide caption

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Transgender Boy Finds His 'Bros,' And Himself, At Camp

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Beyond the Sun Imagined Herbal Flows

The New Orleans Police Department was one of the first big police departments in the U.S. to embrace the use of body cameras. Sean Gardner/Getty Images hide caption

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New Orleans' Police Use Of Body Cameras Brings Benefits And New Burdens

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This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) (Talking Heads Cover) Kishi Bashi

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