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Jada Pinkett-Smith, And Her Mom And Daughter, Get Candid On 'Red Table Talk'

The Web series, streaming on Facebook Watch, brings three women of different generations together to discuss emotional topics like mental health, racism, addiction, divorce and forgiveness.

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Jada Pinkett-Smith, And Her Mom And Daughter, Get Candid On 'Red Table Talk'

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Over the Rainbow Chris Botti

Jack ReVelle and his daughter, Karen, at StoryCorps in Santa Ana, Calif., last month. ReVelle recovered two hydrogen bombs that had accidentally dropped from a U.S. military aircraft in 1961. Many details about what happened were not released until they were declassified in 2013. Kevin Oliver/StoryCorps hide caption

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8 Days, 2 H-Bombs, And 1 Team That Stopped A Catastrophe

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HUD Secretary Carson: Leaders Need To 'Take Your Ego Out Of It' And End Shutdown

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Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino López delivers a message of support for Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, on Thursday. A half-dozen generals belonging largely to district commands and with direct control over thousands of troops joined Maduro in accusing the United States of meddling in Venezuela's affairs and said they would uphold the socialist leader's rule. Venezuelan Defense Ministry press office via AP hide caption

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Why Venezuela's Military May Be Standing By Maduro, For Now

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