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In 'Spineless,' How Jellyfish Have Survived Throughout Time

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Journalist Investigating Trump And Russia Says 'Full Picture Is One Of Collusion'

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The view from the cheap seats (L to R): Molly (Allegra Acosta), Gert (Ariela Barer), Nico (Lyrica Okano), Alex (Rhenzy Feliz), Chase (Gregg Sulkin) and Karolina (Virginia Gardner) in Runaways. Paul Sarkis/Hulu hide caption

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Vegetarians at your Thanksgiving table? Adam Rapoport, editor in chief of Bon Appétit, suggests making Hasselback butternut squash. Find the recipe here. Bobbi Lin/Bon Appétit hide caption

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Your Thanksgiving Meal Prep Questions, Answered

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The Washington Post says eight women have accused television host Charlie Rose of multiple unwanted sexual advances and inappropriate behavior. Andy Kropa/Invision/AP hide caption

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Current And Former Guantanamo Bay Detainees Create 'Ode To The Sea' Art Exhibit

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'Dawn Watch' Explores The Life And Legacy Of Joseph Conrad

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Lots of families fight over politics at the holiday table. But decisions about which foods to put on the table can whip up stress and squabbles, too. PeopleImages/Getty Images hide caption

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It's Not Just Politics. Food Can Stir Holiday Conflict, Too

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In Coco, young Miguel's love of music ultimately leads him to the Land of the Dead where he teams up with charming trickster Hector. Pixar hide caption

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Mexico, Music And Family Take Center Stage In 'Coco'

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A Missed Connection Success Story

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In his new book, Dr. Aaron Carroll explains that there might be less evidence against some notoriously bad foods than we think. MHJ/Getty Images hide caption

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'The Bad Food Bible' Says Your Eating Might Not Be So Sinful After All

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