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New Documentary 'Billie' Explores Mysteries Of Billie Holiday And Her Biographer

The film continues writer Linda Kuehl's unfinished investigation into Holiday's life through never-before-heard interviews with jazz luminaries, and explores her experiences with institutional racism.

Losing unemployment insurance can lead to serious health problems for those affected, according to new research. And it may result in deaths that are not directly from the coronavirus. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Losing Jobless Benefits Is Not Only Stressful, It Might Be Harmful To Health

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President Trump participates in a video teleconference call with members of the military on Thanksgiving at the White House. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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President Trump Seriously Considering 2024 Run As He Continues False 2020 Claims

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Ingmar Riveros and Peruvian refugee Xiomy De la Cruz distribute food from a store basement last month in Hartford, Conn. Joe Amon/Connecticut Public hide caption

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Immigrant Woman Starts Food Pantry In Her Home To Help Undocumented Families

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., are breaking from their demand for more than $2 trillion in coronavirus relief spending to move toward a compromise. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Top Democrats Back Off Demands For Larger COVID-19 Bill

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A Portland, Ore., resident wears a respirator to protect himself from wildfire smoke as he jogs in downtown in September 2020. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'We Don't Have To Live This Way': Doctors Call For Climate Action

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Grandchildren of President-elect Joe Biden speak during the fourth night of the Democratic National Convention on Aug. 20. Democratic National Convention via AP hide caption

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On Twitter And TikTok, Biden Grandchildren May Offer Viral View Of White House Life

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A nurse cares for a coronavirus patient in the intensive care unit at El Centro Regional Medical Center in California's hard-hit Imperial County on July 28. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Quarantined Health Workers Compound Staffing Shortages At California Hospitals

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Billie Holiday performs in New York City in 1947. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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New Documentary 'Billie' Explores Mysteries Of Billie Holiday And Her Biographer

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