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WATCH: Clinton Opens Pickle Jar In Response To Rumors About Her Health

During an appearance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Hillary Clinton dismissed rumors about her health that Donald Trump and his supporters have been raising.
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Artist Peter Doig Says He Didn't Paint This, And A Judge Agrees

A retired corrections officer says he bought the painting from Doig in 1976, but Doig (now a famous artist) says that wasn't him. So the retiree lawyered up and went to court.
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Craft Distillers Tap Pure Sugar Cane For A Southern Rum Renaissance

The South was once a hub for sugar plantations. Now, small rum-makers are turning away from molasses, culling fresh sugar cane itself to create smooth liquors with grassy, woody or floral flavors.
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Better To Reign In Hell: Literature's Unpunished Villains

Snidely Whiplash may have been famous for yelling "Curses, foiled again!" But sometimes the bad guys win — from Milton's Satan to X-men foe Magneto, we're taking a look at the ones who get away.
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Rio Dances: Closing Ceremony For The 2016 Summer Olympics

Rio 2016 organizers drop the curtain on the Summer Games, after hosting the world's elite athletes who've competed for 306 medals over the past 19 days.
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With 'Hell Or High Water,' Jeff Bridges Returns To The American West

The actor discusses his new film, a return to a genre Bridges knows quite well: the Western. He talks with host Farai Chideya.
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'Carry On' Tells The Story Of Unlikely Bond Between 2 Athletes That Changed 3 Lives

NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Lisa Fenn, the author of "Carry On: A Story of Resilience, Redemption, and an Unlikely Family," and the two athletes Fenn profiled, Dartanyon Crockett and Leroy Sutton.
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Wisdom From YA Authors On Leaving Home: Cynthia Kadohata

Kadohata is the Newbery Medal-winning author of the YA novel "Kira-Kira." For our "Next Chapter" series, she talks about an eye-opening bus trip she took across the U.S. right before she left home.
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Interview With Jonah Hill And Todd Phillips On New Film 'War Dogs'

Jonah Hill and Todd Phillips talk with Rachel Martin about their "War Dogs," which tells the mostly-true story of two pot-smoking 20-year-olds who win a $300 million U.S. government weapons contract.
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Debut Novel Takes On The American Dream ... Racism, Recession And All

Like the protagonists in her novel, Imbolo Mbue came to the U.S. from Cameroon. She says the recession "laid bare a lot about the way in which the American dream is not that accessible to everybody."

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