The film, set to debut at Christmastime, follows Ginsburg as she takes on the case Weinberger v. Wiesenfeld.

Felicity Jones in 2015 and Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 1950. (Ian Gavan/Getty Images; James Madison High School Yearbook)

Late-night laughs: Trump and Putin meet

President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Helsinki on July 16. Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Trevor Noah and others had strong reactions.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018 | “700 Sharks” special on Nat Geo Wild.

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Bernardo Atxaga’s genre-blurring book blends travelogues with a dark exploration of fading American empire.

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Showtime and Sacha Baron Cohen push back against Sarah Palin

Showtime and Sacha Baron Cohen are pushing back against allegations the comedian duped guests on his new show by posing as a disabled veteran.

John A. Stormer, popular right-wing author, dies at 90

John A. Stormer, a religious leader and right-wing activist whose self-published Cold War tract “None Dare Call It Treason” became a grassroots sensation in 1964 and a rallying point for the emerging conservative movement, has died at 90.

Johnny Depp settles lawsuits involving former managers

Johnny Depp has settled lawsuits with his former business managers that put a spotlight on the actor’s spending.

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Sandler's live-action big-screen career doesn't have much juice at the moment, but his animated franchise is expected to top $1 billion soon.

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In Alexandria, ‘Pippin’ doesn’t get juice from giving the cast cellphones.

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Donal Ryan examines trauma in a novel that zips from war-torn Syria to Ireland.

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Sometimes no words are needed to satirize current events.

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In a madcap thriller, the dynamic duo return to fix what’s gone wrong in the world.

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Monday, July 14, 2018 | “Big Sharks Rule” special on Nat Geo Wild.

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Pianist Inon Barnatan and the orchestra achieved a brilliant Piano Concerto No. 1.

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Showtime’s “Who Is America?” targets high-profile politicos and everyday people.

Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15, 2018 | “Who Is America?” premieres.

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"Black Widow” finally has a director, but Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman are up next.

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The artist, whose work depicts government secrecy and surveillance, doesn’t look far beyond the surface

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The baby Trump blimp flying over London is just the latest depiction of the president in diapers.

“Stranger Things” and a Kanye West video are two of the many examples of its influence.

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Ten artists make diverse and powerful statements in the annual “East of the River Exhibition.”

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“Major Dudes” is a solid block of evidence of the band’s lasting influence.

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Like the Joker, many trolls see the world as a sick joke.

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Beth Reekles wrote the high school romance when she was just 15 years old.

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