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The first family watches John F. Kennedy's funeral procession in Washington, D.C., three days after the president was assassinated in Dallas. AP hide caption

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After Kennedy's Death, Wife Jacqueline Embodied Grace

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Manischewitz-brined turkey centers the Thanksgivukkah feast, surrounded by challah-apple stuffing, sweet potato bourbon noodle kugel, horseradish-spiked mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts with pastrami and pickled onions, and latkes with cranberry applesauce. Macey J. Foronda/for BuzzFeed hide caption

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Time To Mix Up The Manischewitz Turkey Brine For Thanksgivukkah

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Jenna Coleman plays Clara, companion to Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith. The relationship between the Doctor and his companions is at the core of Doctor Who's long-lived appeal. Adrian Rogers/BBC hide caption

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Allons-y! Why We've Been Traveling With 'Doctor Who' For 50 Years

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Anselm Kiefer's Velimir Chlebnikov, a series of 30 paintings devoted to the Russian philosopher who posited that war is inevitable, is on display at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. MASS MoCA hide caption

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Kiefer's Bleak Horrors Of War Fill An Entire Building

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Benjamin Britten takes a cup of tea during rehearsals for his War Requiem at Coventry Cathedral, in Coventry, England in May, 1962. Erich Auerbach/Getty Images hide caption

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Consumed By Violence, With Hope For Peace: Britten's 'War Requiem'

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A Crimean Tatar man cries at a mass rally held in Simfropol, Ukraine, on May 18, 2004, the 60th anniversary of the deportation of Tatars from Crimea. Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Once Victims Of Stalin, Ukraine's Tatars Reassert Themselves

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In his role as chairman of the RGA, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will crisscross the country giving stump speeches and fundraisers. Ralph Freso/AP hide caption

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Stumping For GOP Governors, Chris Christie Gets His Own Boost

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A Panther Pride sign cheers Washington High School's undefeated football team amid debris from last week's tornado. Anthony Souffle/MCT /Landov hide caption

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Rivals Help Level Playing Field For Tornado-Shattered Team

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Nothing's sacred in We Are Miracles — but then as Sarah Silverman told Terry Gross in 2010, "there's a safety in what I do because I'm always the idiot. ... I'm always the ignoramus no matter what I talk about or what tragic event, off-color, dark scenario is evoked in my material." Janet Van Ham/HBO hide caption

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Sarah Silverman, Serving Up Sinfully Divine Comedy

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