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FILE - In this May 2008 file photo, gymnasts including Nastia Liukin, far left, and Shawn Johnson, far right, line up for Martha Karolyi during USA Gymnastics National Team training at the Karolyi Ranch, in Huntsville, Texas. Former USA Gymnastics women's national team coordinator Martha Karolyi and her husband Bela tell NBC they were unaware of the abusive behavior by a former national team doctor now serving decades in prison. Martha Karolyi led the national team for 15 years before retiring after the 2016 Rio Olympics. She tells Savannah Guthrie in "no way" did she suspect Larry Nassar was sexually abusing athletes. (Smiley N. Pool/Houston Chronicle via AP, File)
Karolyis to NBC: 'No way' they knew about doctor's behaviorFormer USA Gymnastics women's national team coordinator Martha Karolyi and her husband Bela tell NBC they were unaware of the abusive behavior by a former national team doctor now serving decades in prison
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FILE - In this March 7, 1989, file photo, first lady Barbara Bush reads to a group of day care students at the Library of Congress in Washington celebrating "1989-Year of the Young Reader." In March 1989, JUST weeks after moving into the White House, Mrs. Bush founded the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy. It has since raised more than $110 million to create or support literacy programs for men, women and children nationwide. She remained active with the group until mere months before her death Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at age 92. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi, File)
Barbara Bush believed literacy could cure other illsBarbara Bush came up with the idea of focusing on literacy as first lady during a jog in 1978, the year her husband considered his first run for president
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Bill Cosby's attorney Tom Messereau walks through the Montgomery County Courthouse during a break in Cosby's sexual assault retrial, Thursday, April 19, 2018, in Norristown, Pa.  (Mark Makela/Pool Photo via AP)
Cosby lawyers want jurors to hear from accuser's confidanteBill Cosby's lawyers are scrambling to make sure jurors at his sexual assault retrial hear from accuser Andrea Constand's confidante before deliberations get underway next week
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Carver County Attorney Mark Metz leaves his press conference without taking questions Thursday, April 19, 2018 in Chaska, Minn., after he announced that no criminal charges will be filed in the death of musician Prince in 2016. The decision effectively ends the state's two-year investigation into how Prince got the fentanyl that killed him. At left is Sheriff Jim Olson. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
As Prince's health waned, alarm grew in inner circleInvestigative files in Prince's death show that members of his inner circle were growing increasingly alarmed about an opioid addition as his health waned in the final days of his life, and that they sought help
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Women wear high-necked blouses with a loosely tied bow at the neck as people gathered on Stortorget square outside the headquarters of the Swedish Academy, to demand all of its remaining members resign, in Stockholm, Thursday April 19, 2018. Thousands of protesters called Thursday for the resignation of the secretive board that awards the Nobel Prize in Literature after a sex-abuse scandal linked to the prestigious Swedish academy forced the ouster of its first-ever woman head and tarnished the reputation of the coveted prize. (Jonas Ekstromer / TT via AP)
Nobel body: 'unacceptable behavior' not widely knownThe Swedish Academy says that a report has concluded that "unacceptable behavior in the form of unwanted intimacy" has occurred within the institution that hand out the Nobel Prize in Literature but that it was "not generally known."
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A Cringeworthy Day on the Stand for Cosby's Drug ExpertA toxicology expert brought in by Bill Cosby's legal team for his sexual assault retrial faced some embarrassing cross-examination questions Thursday, drawing both yawns and wide-eyed looks of disbelief from attendees with what Jezebel deems his "gibberish." Per ABC News , Maryland toxicologist Dr. Harry Milman was being quizzed in the...
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In this April 18, 2018 photo actor  Peter Posniak in the role of Hitler performs during a rehearsal in Konstanz, Germany. The Konstanz Theater's production of George Tabori's "Mein Kampf" opens Friday night April 20, 2018 for a monthlong run. Though named after Hitler's infamous anti-Semitic manifesto, the play tells a fictional story of how a young Hitler is befriended by a Jewish man who puts him on his political path. (Felix Kaestle/dpa via AP)
German theater asks guests to wear swastikas for Hitler playA theater in southern Germany is proceeding with plans to open a satirical play Friday about Adolf Hitler's youth in which some patrons will be wearing swastika armbands, despite objections and legal complaints
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FILE - In this June 30, 2006, file photo, the home of Susette Kelo stands alone at the corner of Smith Street and Walbach Street in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood of New London, Conn. A Supreme Court case that involved a Connecticut woman and her little pink house is now a movie. Susette Kelo took on the city of New London, which was trying to take her house through eminent domain. She ultimately lost in a 5-4 decision by the Supreme Court. A movie based on her court fight, “Little Pink House,” opens Friday in limited nationwide release.(AP Photo/Jack Sauer, File)
Woman who lost pink house, court case seeks box office winA Supreme Court case that involved a Connecticut woman and her little pink house is now a movie
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FILE - In this June 30, 2006, file photo, the home of Susette Kelo stands alone at the corner of Smith Street and Walbach Street in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood of New London, Conn. A Supreme Court case that involved a Connecticut woman and her little pink house is now a movie. Susette Kelo took on the city of New London, which was trying to take her house through eminent domain. She ultimately lost in a 5-4 decision by the Supreme Court. A movie based on her court fight, “Little Pink House,” opens Friday in limited nationwide release.(AP Photo/Jack Sauer, File)
Woman who lost pink house, court case seeks box office winA Supreme Court case that involved a Connecticut woman and her little pink house is now a movie
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FILE - In this Feb. 13, 2018, file photo, Natalie Portman arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Annihilation" at the Regency Village Theatre. The foundation behind the prestigious Genesis Prize says this year's winner, Natalie Portman, has pulled out of the June awards ceremony in Israel, quoting a representative for the U.S. actress as saying recent events in Israel were "extremely distressing to her," according to a statement on Thursday, April 19, 2018. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)
Genesis Prize winner Portman pulls out of Israel ceremonyFoundation behind prestigious Genesis Prize says this year's winner, Natalie Portman, has pulled out of awards ceremony in Israel because of distress over "recent events" in Israel
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Actor Steven Bauer, actress Michelle Pfeiffer, director Brian De Palma and actor Al Pacino attend a 35th anniversary screening "Scarface" at the Beacon Theatre during 2018 Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday, April 19, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
Pacino, De Palma remember 'Scarface' at Tribeca reunionOld "Scarface" friends said hello again at a 35th anniversary screening Thursday that reunited stars and filmmaker Brian De Palma for an evening full of reflection on the ferocious and garish gangster epic
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FILE - In this May 2008 file photo, gymnasts including Nastia Liukin, far left, and Shawn Johnson, far right, line up for Martha Karolyi during USA Gymnastics National Team training at the Karolyi Ranch, in Huntsville, Texas. Former USA Gymnastics women's national team coordinator Martha Karolyi and her husband Bela tell NBC they were unaware of the abusive behavior by a former national team doctor now serving decades in prison. Martha Karolyi led the national team for 15 years before retiring after the 2016 Rio Olympics. She tells Savannah Guthrie in "no way" did she suspect Larry Nassar was sexually abusing athletes. (Smiley N. Pool/Houston Chronicle via AP, File)
Karolyis to NBC: 'No way' they knew about doctor's behaviorFormer USA Gymnastics women's national team coordinator Martha Karolyi and her husband Bela tell NBC they were unaware of the abusive behavior by a former national team doctor now serving decades in prison
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FILE - In this Saturday, April 7, 2018, file photo, driver Scott Dixon smiles before the IndyCar auto race at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Ariz. Dixon will be the latest IndyCar driver to enter the realm of reality TV when he auditions in Indianapolis next week for "American Ninja Warrior. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri, File)
IndyCar star Dixon to try skills on "American Ninja Warrior"Scott Dixon is the latest IndyCar driver to wade into the reality television world with an audition next week on "American Ninja Warrior."
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This image released by CBSNews/60Minutes shows Mike Daly, from left, his wife Carol Daly, social worker Dan Cohen and CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook. LaPook followed Alzheimer’s patient Carol Daly and her caregiver husband for 10 years in an unprecedented report that shows future sufferers and their caregivers what they may face on "60 Minutes," airing Sunday, April 22, on CBS. (CBSNews/60Minutes via AP)
'60 Minutes' report details progression of Alzheimer'sA sobering '60 Minutes' report filmed over a decade shows the toll that Alzheimer's disease takes on a wife and husband in New York
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Carver County Attorney Mark Metz leaves his press conference without taking questions Thursday, April 19, 2018 in Chaska, Minn., after he announced that no criminal charges will be filed in the death of musician Prince in 2016. The decision effectively ends the state's two-year investigation into how Prince got the fentanyl that killed him. At left is Sheriff Jim Olson. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
As Prince's health waned, alarm grew in inner circleInvestigative files in Prince's death show that members of his inner circle were growing increasingly alarmed about an opioid addition as his health waned in the final days of his life, and that they sought help
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FILE - In this March 24, 2018 file photo, Ariana Grande performs "Be Alright" during the "March for Our Lives" rally in support of gun control in Washington. Grande has released her first song since a 2017 terrorist attack during her concert in the United Kingdom.  The 24-year-old posted a video of “No Tears Left to Cry” on Instagram on Friday, April 20, 2018.  The emotional song includes the lyrics: "Right now I'm in a state of mind/ I wanna be in like all the time/ Ain't got no tears left to cry/ So I'm pickin' it up, I'm pickin' up."  (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Ariana Grande releases new song, first since 2017 bombingAriana Grande has released her first song since a 2017 terrorist attack during her concert in the United Kingdom
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In this image made from surveillance video provided Thursday, April 19, 2018, by the Carver County Sheriff's Office, as part of an investigative file into Prince's death, the superstar, center, enters a clinic of Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg on April 20, 2016, the day before he was found dead of an accidental fentanyl overdose. The doctor is not facing criminal charges and his attorney says he had no role in Prince's death. (Carver County Sheriff's Office via AP)
Files show rising alarm in Prince's circle as health failedAs prosecutors closed a two-year probe into Prince's death without filing criminal charges, investigative documents show the singer's inner circle was growing increasingly alarmed and anxious about getting him help for an opioid addiction
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