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The Weinstein Co. Gets Court OK To Sell Itself To Lantern Capital Partners

| The bankruptcy judge approved a $310 million deal that doesn't promise a fund to compensate alleged sexual abuse victims of company co-founder Harvey Weinstein.

Tanya Saracho went from 'diversity hire' to leader of TV's first all-Latinx writers room

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Playwright Tanya Saracho went from a job as the "diversity hire" on "Devious Maids," to finding her voice on "Loving," to creating her own show "Vida" for Starz.

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Museum explores cultural significance of Route 66

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Visitors to Kingman, Arizona want to get a feel for what it was like to take the highway that crossed eight states to connect Chicago to Los Angeles.

Alcoholics Anonymous founding document sells for $2.4 million

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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay bought the "Big Book," a manuscript with handwritten notes from the group's founding fathers.

Sistine Chapel gets its own high-tech spectacle — with music by Sting

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Visitors can feast their eyes on every detail of Michelangelo's masterpieces, with high-definition projections, actors, acrobats and music.

Justify breaks 136-year-old curse to win Kentucky Derby

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He's the first horse not to start a racing career as a 2-year-old to win the Derby since 1882.

'RBG': Ruth Bader Ginsburg as real life superhero

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The documentary "RBG" shows Ruth Bader Ginsburg's history fighting gender discrimination both in her personal life and as a lawyer before joining the Supreme Court.

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Sexual mistreatment allegations against R. Kelly go back to the 1990s

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New accusations against R. Kelly for alleged sexual abuse are the latest in a long history. One music reporter shares what he's learned investigating the singer for nearly two decades.

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'The Crown' costumer on royal weddings, period dramas and the importance of research

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"The Crown" costume designer Jane Petrie discusses the process of wardrobing the Royal Family and honoring early 1960s fashion waves.

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