Baby Nancy, sidewalk chalk and Jenga

National Toy Hall Of Fame Honors Industry Trailblazer: Baby Nancy

This year, the National Toy Hall of Fame honored sidewalk chalk, Jenga and one of the biggest trailblazers in the toy industry: Baby Nancy.


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2:42Actor Daniel Dae Kim, Joel de la Fuente and Tamlyn Tomita.
New York Theater Workshop

Daniel Dae Kim Tackles 2020 Election Divisions In 'Belly Of The Beast'

1:05Renowned British actor Sean Connery, famous for his role as secret agent James Bond 007, relaxes at a London hotel
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2:36Indie venue posts "closed" sign
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0:28Jon Stewart
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Jon Stewart To Host Current Affairs Series For Apple TV

0:39Megan Thee Stallion
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2:54Collage of posters for movies about women in politics
PBS, Magnolia Pictures and Amazon Prime Video

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0:36Disney Plus Home Screen
Steven Senne / AP

Disney+ Changing Up Content Warnings

0:28Netflix interface on Roku.

Netflix Ends Free Trials

2:57Sign at Times Square says "You Miss Broadway, We Miss Getting Paid!"
Live Events Coalition

What Happens To Theater Workers When The Show Can't Go On?

1:23Louise Glück
Michael Dwyer / AP

Nobel Prize In Literature Awarded To American Poet Louise Glück

2:36Woman wearing face mask watches a movie at a cinema.

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2:26A Regal Cinemas employee makes popcorn at a theater in Irvine, Calif.
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Regal Cinemas Temporarily Closing All U.S. Locations

3:21Actors Jim Carrey and Maya Rudolph portray politicians Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Rosalind O'Connor / NBC

'Saturday Night Live' Is Returning Just In Time For The 2020 Elections

0:34Australian-born singer Helen Reddy attends the 2015 G'DAY USA GALA at the Hollywood Palladium, in Los Angeles.
Rob Latour / AP

Helen Reddy, Singer, Feminist Icon, Dies At 78

0:56Chadwick Boseman and Sienne Miller
Chris Pizzello / AP

Chadwick Boseman Donated Portion Of Salary To Co-Star Sienna Miller

1:34Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna
Jessica Hill / AP

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4:21Characters from "Superstore" protest in support of undocumented employee.
NBC / "Superstore"

Immigration Stories On TV Change The Way Viewers Understand The Issue

0:56Michael Jordan
Chuck Burton / AP

Michael Jordan To Venture Into NASCAR With His Own Team

2:32Netflix headquarters in Los Angeles, California.

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6:04A screenshot of Ellie from "The Last of Us: Part 2"
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Why Video Games Are Looking More Like Movies

0:46Ellen DeGeneres
Andrew Harnik / AP

Ellen DeGeneres Apologizes In First Show Since Workplace Allegations

3:43Jimmy Kimmel, right, speaks with Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox during the 72nd Emmy Awards telecast
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Primetime Emmys Celebrate Best In TV

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How The Emmy Awards Are Keeping Nominees Socially Distant This Year

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3:16Gallery of movie posters from African filmmakers.

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2:06A promotional image for Disney's "Mulan"
Walt Disney Studios / "Mulan"

Disney's Live-Action 'Mulan' Struggles At The Chinese Box Office

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AMC / Jace Downs / AP

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