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Chautauqua has a strict set of zoning restrictions aimed at preserving the Victorian look of the community. Though many do, visitors don't have to attend cultural events. If they want they can bicycle, swim or play lawn games. Jim Zarroli/NPR hide caption

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Chautauqua Institution re-examines security after Salman Rushdie attack

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People commemorate the 25th anniversary of the death of Lady Diana Spencer at the "Flamme de la Liberte" monument in Paris on Wednesday. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Princess Diana showed the world how to use celebrity for good

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Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, right, and former Republican Sen. Jim DeMint, left, attend a summit organized by the America First Policy Institute on July 25. Meadows and DeMint have both been involved with the Conservative Partnership Institute, a nonprofit raising concerns among tax experts. Oliver Contreras/SIPA USA via Reuters hide caption

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Experts say a Trump-backed charity is pushing the boundaries of tax law

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