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Harper Lee, Author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' Dead at 89
Author is remembered for challenging racial norms with her Pulitzer Prize winning novel.
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ABC News' Amna Nawaz gets up to speed on the latest stories in the ABC newsroom.
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Court Orders Madonna's Son to Return to U.S
A judge ruled the singer's 15-year-old son Rocco Ritchie must return to the U.S to live with the star until a permanent custody decision is finalized.
Harper Lee Fans React to Atticus Finch's Racist Side in 'Go Set a Watchman'
New book depicts dark side of the famed fictional lawyer in what is being seen as a sequel to the classic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Atticus Finch: How 'Go Set a Watchman' May Impact the Literary Hero's Image
Van Jones, Greta Van Susteren, Kristen Soltis Anderson and Cokie Roberts discuss Harper Lee's new novel and the confederate flag coming down.
Is Atticus Finch a Racist?
Filmmaker Mary Murphy on the fallout over the portrayal of literary hero Atticus Finch in Harper Lee's new book.
'Go Set a Watchman' Gives Different Look at Atticus Finch
Harper Lee's new book is a sequel to the American classic "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Fans Shocked at Revelation that Atticus Finch Is Racist in New Harper Lee Book
Finch, the character associated with compassion and tolerance, is revealed to attend KKK rallies in Harper Lee's controversial second novel "Go Set a Watchman."