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Hollywood Diversity Study Finds 'Mixed Bag' When It Comes To Representation

The report finds that broadcast TV and children's series are increasingly diverse, but people of color remain underrepresented on all fronts, including lead roles, writers, directors and showrunners.

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Court Seems Unconvinced Of Microsoft's Argument To Shield Email Data Stored Overseas

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Thanks To 'Trump Slump,' Shops Have More Guns Than Buyers

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In the 1910s and '20s, actress Mary Pickford was known as "Blondielocks" for her golden, sausage-like curls. General Photographic Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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How Movie Darling Mary Pickford Became The Most Powerful Woman In Hollywood

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Fane Lozman will make his second appearance before the Supreme Court. This time he has sued the city of Riviera Beach for his arrest at a City Council meeting where he refused to stop talking about government corruption. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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The Curious Case Of A Florida Man Who Called Politicians Corrupt, Got Thrown In Jail

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Hollywood Diversity Study Finds 'Mixed Bag' When It Comes To Representation

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To Curb Illegal Immigration, DHS Separating Families At The Border

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