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Khizr Khan Says His Faith In America Is Stronger Than Ever

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Dan Brown's Pits Creationism Against Science In His Latest Novel, 'Origin'

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Author Recognizes Ordinary Africans Fighting Extremism

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'Hotel Scarface': The Hotel At The Center Of Miami's Cocaine Boom

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Philip Pullman Returns To The Dark Materials Universe In A New Prequel — Er, 'Equel'

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Anthony Bourdain On 'Appetites,' Washing Dishes And The Food He Still Won't Eat

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Blitt's 2008 New Yorker cover, "Fistbump: The Politics of Fear," was inspired by the rumors that circulated about the Obamas during that year's presidential campaign. The New Yorker via bado-badosblog.blogspot.com hide caption

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'I'm Just Trying To Make Myself Laugh': 'New Yorker' Artist Shares His Cover Stories

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Gabrielle Union Gets Real In 'We're Going To Need More Wine'

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New Book Argues A Theory In Policing Is To Blame For Eric Garner's Death

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The teen protagonist in John Green's latest novel, Turtles All The Way Down, has a type of anxiety disorder that sends her into fearful "thought spirals" of bacterial infection and death. Jennifer Kerrigan hide caption

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For Novelist John Green, OCD Is Like An 'Invasive Weed' Inside His Mind

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