The Dawn of the Planet of the Apes actor deserves acclaim, but motion-capture technology's great power lies in anonymity.
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The stereotype that only men want to read superhero stories is wrong—but just how wrong?
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The writer of A Highly Unlikely Scenario will take reader questions Thursday at 8 p.m. Eastern.
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Even through her shtick, the late actress radiated vulnerability and charm.
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History nearly forgot the avant-garde, sometimes agitational publishing culture that flourished in the Republic of Latvia between world wars.
People taking dopamine for Parkinson's disease sometimes begin to generate a lot of artwork. New research differentiates their expressiveness from obsessive or impulsive tendencies.
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