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Teflon, the nonstick pan coating made by DuPont, was originally praised as a great American innovation. But the chemical used to make it was toxic.

In ‘Dark Waters,’ lawyer exposes corporation secretly poisoning Americans for profit

Teflon, the nonstick pan coating made by DuPont, was originally praised as a great American innovation. But the chemical used to make it was toxic.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Todd Haynes’s new film, “Wonderstruck,” moves between the 1920s and the 1970s, telling parallel stories of two deaf kids, Ben and Rose, who run away from home to New York City to try…

Director Todd Haynes on ‘Wonderstruck’ and telling stories set in the past

Todd Haynes’s new film, “Wonderstruck,” moves between the 1920s and the 1970s, telling parallel stories of two deaf kids, Ben and Rose, who run away from home to New York City to try…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Director Todd Haynes and producer Christine Vachon are longtime friends and collaborators.

Todd Haynes & Christine Vachon: Carol

Director Todd Haynes and producer Christine Vachon are longtime friends and collaborators.

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