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On NBC's Megyn Kelly, Authenticity, And The Elephant In The Room

Kelly's first week as host of NBC's 9 a.m. Today show was rocky. The former Fox News anchor has time to steady the ship, but the transformation she's seeking to make is a big one.

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White House Aides Used Private Email For Official Business: 'Just Very, Very Stupid'

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On NBC's Megyn Kelly, Authenticity And The Elephant In The Room

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George Moses Horton's signature at the bottom of his essay "Individual Influence." It reads "George M Horton, of colour, Born in North Hampton county North Carolina, 60 years old, belonging to Hall Horton." New York Public Library hide caption

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Slave Poet's Lost Essay On 'Individual Influence' Resonates Through Centuries

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Charity Tillemann-Dick is an opera singer who, in 2009, received a double lung transplant. She tells this story in her new memoir, The Encore. John Armato/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Singing With New Lungs In 'The Encore'

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