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In Jonah Hill's directing debut Mid90s, Stevie (Sunny Suljic, left) and Ray (Na-kel Smith) come of age among an LA skateboarding crew. Tobin Yelland/A24 hide caption

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Movie Interviews

It Wasn't Cool To Care In The 'Mid90s' — But Jonah Hill Does

In Hill's directorial debut, a 13-year-old boy from a troubled home finds his tribe through skateboarding. "It really was an ethic and aesthetic for me that I carry with me to this day," Hill says.

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Gaston County Elections Director Adam Ragan tests equipment. Alexandra Olgin/WFAE hide caption

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Early Voting Changes In North Carolina Spark Bipartisan Controversy

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In Jonah Hill's directing debut Mid90s, Stevie (Sunny Suljic, left) and Ray (Na-kel Smith) come of age among an LA skateboarding crew. Tobin Yelland/A24 hide caption

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Movie Interviews

It Wasn't Cool To Care In The 'Mid90s' — But Jonah Hill Does

7 min

It Wasn't Cool To Care In The 'Mid90s' — But Jonah Hill Does

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"I am frustrated that despite all of our efforts, we haven't been able to identify the cause of this mystery illness," said Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. James Leynse/Corbis/Getty Images hide caption

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Shots - Health News

CDC Investigates Cases Of Rare Neurological 'Mystery Illness' In Kids

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CDC Investigates Cases Of Rare Neurological 'Mystery Illness' In Kids

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