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How the JFK assassination changed the course of TV news

Coverage of the Kennedy assassination 60 years ago changed the course of TV news and shaped the careers of some of America's best known journalists.
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How the JFK assassination changed TV news and the journalists who covered it 60 years ago Click to view images

Coverage of the Kennedy assassination 60 years ago changed the course of TV news and shaped the careers of some of America's best known journalists.

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What Billie Eilish learned from her own 'Barbie' song, 'What Was I Made For?' Click to view images

Director Greta Gerwig asked the singer-songwriter for "Barbie's heart song — the song that is deep inside her core that she doesn't even completely know is there." The result made her cry.

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In 'A Murder at the End of the World,' Emma Corrin is an electric presence Click to view images

FX's miniseries "A Murder at the End of the World" is an excellent, contemporary twist on an Agatha Christie-style mystery set in a snowbound Iceland hotel.

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Former Fox News staffer says he was fired for challenging Jan. 6 and election fraud reporting Click to view images

Jason Donner has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the company, claiming he lost his job for speaking out about falsehoods that aired on Fox News.

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How a bestselling Irish writer changed the way we read (and publish) short fiction Click to view images

For 20 years, Claire Keegan has been changing how we read and publish short stories. Her new book, "So Late in the Day," affirms what makes her great.

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How composer John Williams found that the 'Indiana Jones' sequel was his own destiny Click to view images

In the end, the veteran composer couldn't resist one last rousing ride with the character whose musical identity he created.

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Andre 3000's first solo album is finally on its way. Why it won't have any rap a la Outkast Click to view images

Outkast rapper Andrรฉ 3000 will drop his first solo album, "New Blue Sun," later this week. It will reportedly be an instrumental project, with no singing or rap.

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