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'From Hollywood to Nuremberg': How three noted filmmakers used their cameras to document Nazi atrocities

Susan King

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›  'Icarus': When the Russian who's helping you cheat turns out to be a sports doping mastermind
›  Actor John Heard of 'Home Alone' movies dies at 71


Ken Burns and Lynn Novick untangle the complexities of the Vietnam War

Libby Hill

›  Wanda Sykes tackles the three Bs — 'black-ish,' bowling and 'The Bachelorette'
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›  Having a Moment: 'Doctor Who' and the new age of women in sci-fi


Tracee Ellis Ross sings her Emmy prep song: How celebs are readying for tonight (including Oprah!)

Meredith Woerner

›  Did You Hear ...? Colin Trevorrow is out, the Emmys are in and more from the week in entertainment
›  Did You Hear ... ? Ed Skrein walks from 'Hellboy,' Harvey victims get Hollywood help, and more from the week in entertainment
›  Olivia de Havilland, at 101, gears up for a fight in 'Feud' court battle


Explore a Silver Lake mansion filled with live, experimental music in Echo Society's 'Family'

August Brown

›  Gord Downie, singer for Canadian rock band the Tragically Hip, dies at 53
›  Escape into music's dark side with this weekend's Cloak & Dagger festival
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