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Actress Ashley Judd's #MeToo Moment Was Driven By A 'Commitment' To Her Younger Self

In a StoryCorps conversation, Ashley Judd talks about being one of the first women to publicly accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and about the "barn doors" that were flung open as a result.

Russian politician Alexander Torshin, standing next to then-Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, attends a ceremony at the Kremlin in 2011. Torshin is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and says he met Donald Trump through the group in 2015. Konstantin Zavrazhin/Getty Images hide caption

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Depth Of Russian Politician's Cultivation Of NRA Ties Revealed

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Actress Ashley Judd's #MeToo Moment Was Driven By A 'Commitment' To Her Younger Self

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Vince Warner fires an AK-47 with a bump stock installed at Good Guys Gun and Range in Utah. A significant majority of Americans favor outlawing the attachment, according to the latest NPR/Ipsos poll. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR Poll: After Parkland, Number of Americans Who Want Gun Restrictions Grows

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A man walks beside posters with photos showing portraits of missing people, during a march to remember those who disappeared during the Guatemalan civil war, at the Plaza de la Constitution in Guatemala City on June 30, 2016. Moises Castillo/AP hide caption

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Immigrant Accused Of Guatemalan War Crimes May Be Deported

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