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The surprising evolution of Cruella De Vil

Created by British playwright Dodie Smith, Cruella De Vil was born in a 1956 children’s novel, 'The 101 Dalmatians.' While the Dalmatians have always been a constant, Cruella has gotten more…

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Meet the songwriters behind the 'WandaVision' hit 'Agatha All Along'

When the song debuted on Spotify and iTunes on Tuesday, it leaped to the No. 1 slot on the iTunes soundtrack charts.

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'Judas and the Black Messiah': What to know about this much-talked about film

Here is a guide to the real-life people, groups and events that feature in “Judas and the Black Messiah.” Be warned, there are spoilers, if such a thing is possible when speaking of history.

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First inventory of damage to US Capitol building released

The office noted on Thursday that many of its employees had worked through the night to clean up the trash, glass and other debris

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KGB museum closes; lipstick gun and other spy relics go on sale

The 57-year-old Lithuanian collector filled a warehouselike space in Chelsea with more than 3,500 artifacts related to the KGB, the Soviet Union’s intelligence agency and secret police.

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