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'Time' tells the terrifying story of Kalief Browder's unjust incarceration

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| Arrested at 16, Browder spent three years at New York's Rikers Island jail, much of it in solitary confinement, without ever being convicted of a crime. Two years after his release, he took his own life.

Benjamin Booker starts new chapter with 'Witness' and a move to LA

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For his sophomore album, "Witness," the guitarist and singer examines black lives and doing more than just watching from the sidelines.

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Barbie's Ken gets a manbun, cornrows, new skin tones and physiques

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Mattel is introducing 15 new looks for the male doll, including different skin tones, body shapes and hair styles. It is part of the toy company's plan to make its dolls more diverse.

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'Nobody Speak': Documentary speaks truth to power in the age of Trump

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Brian Knappenberger was making a documentary about the Hulk Hogan-Gawker case, but it became a story about the free speech, the media and money.

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Coroner: Cocaine among drugs found in Carrie Fisher's system

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Carrie Fisher's autopsy report shows the actress had cocaine in her system when she fell ill on a plane last year, but investigators could not determine what impact the cocaine and other drugs in her system had on her death.

Director John Avildsen dies at 81; won Oscar for 'Rocky'

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Avildsen directed "Rocky" and "The Karate Kid," both underdog favorites that went on to become huge Hollywood franchises. He died in L.A. on Friday.

Research finds dressmakers have good eyes, and not just for style

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In a study of people from a variety of professions, dressmakers were found to have superior 3-D vision. Could their endless hours of delicate handwork be honing eyesight?

The women of Sofia Coppola's 'The Beguiled' are not hysterical — they're human

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Fresh off her Best Director win at Cannes Film Festival, Sofia Coppola shares why she chose to direct a new version of "The Beguiled," this time through the women's perspective.

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The Secret Sisters are playing by their own rules now

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Lydia and Laura Rogers launched their career to much acclaim, but things took a sour turn. But they're back with a new album, "You Don't Own Me," and a fresh outlook.

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