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2:07Teenager sails a boat.
Ocean of Obstacles

KNXV: Blind Teenagers Recount Their Sailing Journey In The Caribbean

0:44A display of newspaper front pages following the announcement of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh on Friday April 9
Kirsty O'Connor / PA / AP

Britain Ends Mourning Period Over Prince Philip's Death

2:30Drive-in theater
Scripps

Illinois Drive-In Theater Prepares To Welcome Customers This Summer

0:40Britain's Prince Philip
Yui Mok / AP

Prince Philip To Be Laid To Rest Saturday

2:45Homeless teen and deaf-blind man wait for bus in "Feeling Through"
"Feeling Through"

'Feeling Through' Short Film Makes History For Deaf-Blind Community

0:43Lin-Manuel Miranda in Times Square after he toured the grand opening of a Broadway COVID-19 vaccination site
Richard Drew / AP

Times Square Site To Jump-Start Broadway Industry

0:43Britain's Prince Harry (right) talks to his grandfather, Prince Philip (left)
Lefteris Pitarakis / AP

Prince Harry Pays Tribute To Grandfather Prince Philip

0:28Director Chloe Zhao, left, appears with actress Frances McDormand on the set of "Nomadland."
Searchlight Pictures / AP

'Nomadland' Wins 4 BAFTAs

1:24Rapper DMX performs during 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards.
AP

Rapper DMX Dies At 50 Years Old

2:35Prince Philip
AP

Crowd At Buckingham Palace Reacts To Death Of Prince Philip

0:20Superman comic
Metropolis Collectibles

Superman Comic Sells For $3.2 Million

0:16Musician Prince
Matt Sayles/Invision/AP

New Prince Album To Be Released 5 Years After Musician's Death

0:39Tiger Woods SUV following a rollover accident in Los Angeles, California.
Ringo H.W. Chiu / AP

Authorities: Excessive Speed Caused Tiger Woods Car Crash

2:46Transgender rights activist Caitlyn Jenner speaks at the 4th Women's March in Los Angeles.
AP

Caitlyn Jenner Mulls Run For California Governor

0:19Harvey Weisntein
Seth Wenig / AP

Harvey Weinstein Asks For New Trial, Alleging Judge Made Errors

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Warner Bros. Entertainment / AP

'Godzilla vs. Kong' Is Biggest Debut Since Last March

2:36Collage of promotional posters for live-streamed concerts.
Mandolin

The Future Of Live Music Is Still Very Digital

2:17Picture outside of Pickwick theater in Park Ridge, Illinois
Scripps

Illinois Theater Owner Is Optimistic About Rebounding After Closures

0:32Lil Nas X collaborates with MSCHF fo customized 'Satan Shoes'
MSCHF

Nike Sues MSCHF Over Lil Nas X 'Satan Shoes'

0:29"The Adventures of Ook and Gluk" by Dav Pilkey
Amazon

'Captain Underpants' Spinoff Book Pulled For Racism

1:38Andre the Giant, portrayed by actor Matthew Willig, shows action figure to wrestler friends.
Mark Taylor / NBC

NBC Sitcom 'Young Rock' Pays Tribute To Andre The Giant

2:29Hendrix Badsky posing for a photo with chalk art
Cesily Badsky

Driveway Chalk Art Brings Neighbors Together

3:39A promotional image for Nike's 2021 "We Play Real" campaign
Nike

"Femvertising" Most Effective When It Tackles Structural Issues

1:05Beverly Cleary signs books at a book festival
Vern Fisher / The Monterey County Herald / AP

Celebrated Children's Author Beverly Cleary Dies At 104

1:49Frog poses for a photo.
WPTV

WPTV: Tree Frog Tapped To Be The Next Cadbury Bunny

1:48Cast of "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" performs blues song in recording studio.
David Lee / Netflix

Cast Of 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' Wins NAACP Image Award

0:25Banksy painting honoring U.K. health care workers
Christie's

Banksy Painting Sells For A Record $23.2 Million

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ABC / Sesame Street

'Sesame Street' Adds 2 Muppets To Explain Race

2:34Masked retail workers from sitcom "Superstore" stand together.
Trae Patton / NBC

NBC's 'Superstore' Ends As A Time Capsule For The Everyday American

1:46Family sits on a picnic blanket outside.
John P. Fleenor / Netflix

NAACP Honors Netflix's 'Family Reunion' For Portrayal of Black Life