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Hundreds of people have gathered at Harvard University and near Chinese consulates in New York and Chicago to support protesters who have called for that country’s leader to step down amid severe anti-virus restrictions in the biggest demonstrations against the government in Beijing in decades. About 50 protesters, mostly students at the elite Ivy League school, sang songs Tuesday in both Chinese and English. Several hundred gathered near consulates in New York and Chicago. Some held pieces of blank paper in front of their faces as a symbol of defiance to Chinese government censorship.

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Publisher of Hustler magazine Larry Flynt arrives at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, Dec. 2, 1987. Flynt and Rev. Jerry Falwell face eac…

The Rev. Edwin C. O'Connell, center, of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, and the Rev. Bartholomew J. Laurello, right, of St. Catherine's Chur…

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Althea Leasure, wife of Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt, checks in with a jail guard to visit her husband at the Hamilton County Courth…

Publisher of Hustler magazine Larry Flynt is seen in Los Angeles with a briefcase full of cash, Oct. 27, 1983.