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News Brief: Trump Invites Putin To Washington, Comic-Con Preview

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Thoughtful Documentary Brings Viewers 'Inside' The Mind Of Robin Williams

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America's Last Blockbuster: 'There's A Line Of Customers At The Store Right Now'

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What Works And What Doesn't In Cohen's 'Who Is America?'

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Kylie Jenner: Future Billionaire

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'Fresh Air' Conversations With The Late Cartoonist John Callahan

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These pointed-toe laced pumps, circa 1964, are made of green suede and grosgrain ribbon. Glenn Castellano/New-York Historical Society hide caption

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Get Pumped: 100+ Fabulous Pairs Of Shoes Are On View In New York

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Alex Trebek, the host of Jeopardy! Ben Hider/Getty Images hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Jeopardy!'

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Amy Adams and Chris Messina play a reporter and a detective both investigating the same crimes in HBO's Sharp Objects. Anne Marie Fox/HBO hide caption

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Sharp Objects

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The 1968 release of The Beatles' Yellow Submarine film influenced fashion, graphic design, music — and even a short-lived organization of "submarine churches" based on the gospel of Lennon and McCartney: "All You Need Is Love." Yellow Submarine Movie/Abramorama hide caption

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