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Why we're still over the moon about moon pies

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| The marshmallow-chocolate-graham cracker treat was invented a century ago as a coal-miner's snack and is still made by the same Chattanooga bakery.

How a flicker of self-doubt warps our response to sexual harassment

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"For many of the things that happened to me, I'd been conditioned to believe that my first instinct was an overreaction. Maybe even unfair."

Found after Burning Man festival: shoes, cameras, dentures

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Even the hedonistic desert festival has a Lost and Found — and it works pretty well.

Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon will host Rose Parade coverage

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In an alternate universe, Tish Caddigan and Cord Hosenbeck would be the official hosts of the Rose Parade.

A bowl bid is at stake when UCLA faces Cal

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UCLA wants to close out the Jim Mora era, which ended with the coach being fired on his birthday, by reaching a bowl game — but they'll have to beat the Cal Bears.

The Binge: Three shows you need to watch after your Thanksgiving food fest

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Critic Mark Jordan Legan recommends streaming 'Manhunt: Unabomber,' 'Alias Grace' and 'Master of None.'

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'Darkest Hour' paints a nuanced picture of Winston Churchill

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Screenwriter Anthony McCarten says the film was inspired by Churchill's writing and oratorical gifts, which inspired a nation to persevere through WWII.

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Pixar chief takes leave after sexual harassment allegations

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John Lasseter, the man behind many beloved children's films, is taking a six-month leave of absence after allegations that he hugged, kissed and groped female employees.

David Cassidy, singer and 1970s TV heartthrob, dies at 67

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Cassidy's role as an adolescent aspiring musician on the TV show "The Partridge Family" turned him into a real-life, teen-dream pop idol. Cassidy revealed to People Magazine in February 2017 that he had been diagnosed with dementia and would stop performing.

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