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Radio talk show host Alex Jones speaks during a rally in support of Donald Trump near the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 18. Brooks Kraft/Getty Images hide caption

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Media

Radio Conspiracy Theorist Claims Ear Of Trump, Pushes 'Pizzagate' Fictions

Alex Jones, whose radio show is carried by more than 160 stations, has also said the Sept. 11 attacks were an inside job and the mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school never happened.

Radio Conspiracy Theorist Claims Ear Of Trump, Pushes 'Pizzagate' Fictions

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Ennio Morricone's new recording with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Morricone 60, is out now. Jelmer de Haas/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Deceptive Cadence

'Morricone 60': An Orchestra-Infused Look At A 60-Year Career

Film composer Ennio Morricone, known for his use of harmonica and whistling on Western scores, has re-imagined his most popular sounds with help from the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.

'Morricone 60': An Orchestra-Infused Look At A 60-Year Career

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Chris Stewart, the attorney for Walter Scott's family, answers questions Sept. 10 during a news conference after a bail hearing for former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager in Charleston, S.C. Stephen B. Morton/AP hide caption

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Law

Walter Scott Family's Lawyer Says People Shouldn't Lose Hope After Mistrial

Stewart tells NPR's Ari Shapiro that he worried African-American communities might fall into "despair and pandemonium" despite ongoing legal proceedings in the North Charleston, S.C., police shooting.

Walter Scott Family's Lawyer Says People Shouldn't Lose Hope After Mistrial

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Italy's former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi leaves a Catholic hospice in Cesano Boscone on May 9, 2014, after serving his first day of community service for tax fraud. Giuseppe Cacace/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Parallels - World News

When It Comes To Wealthy Leaders, World Abounds In Cautionary Tales

Other countries have elected wealthy businessmen for the same reason Donald Trump won: People think they're so rich, they must be incorruptible. But in many cases, corruption and cronyism followed.

When It Comes To Wealthy Leaders, World Abounds With Cautionary Tales

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Dominic Ongwen, a senior commander in the Lord's Resistance Army, enters the courtroom of the International Court in The Hague, Netherlands, on Tuesday. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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The Two-Way - News Blog

Former Child Soldier Denies War Crimes In Trial At International Criminal Court

Dominic Ongwen, who was kidnapped by the Lord's Resistance Army when he was a boy, pleaded not guilty to 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Uganda. He was nicknamed the White Ant.

President-elect Donald Trump speaks to members of the media in the lobby at Trump Tower on Tuesday after transition officials announced Trump has sold all of his stock holdings. Albin Lohr-Jones/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Politics

Trump Sold Stocks In June, Lifting Some But Not All Conflicts Of Interest

But stocks represented a tiny fraction of Trump's personal fortune, most of which is tied up in real estate and brand licensing deals.

CBS Entertainment President Glenn Geller addresses the executive session of the TCA presentations in Los Angeles on Aug. 10. Francis Specker/CBS via Getty Images hide caption

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Television

A Case For Why TV Execs Should Face Critics

Press tours with networks and cable companies give TV critics an opportunity to have Q&A sessions with top executives. In January, many executives will skip a big one in LA, and that concerns critics.

A Case For Why TV Execs Should Face Critics

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NPR Ed

Real Parents, Real Talk About Kids And Screens

How do you cope with parenting in the digital age? And how do you balance it all? How do you protect your kids, yet give them the freedom to create and explore?

Real Parents, Real Talk About Kids And Screens

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