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Thursday, Feb 22

20

Package with racist message sent to Prince Harry & Meghan Markle

NBC News / News

The Metropolitan Police force says "a package containing a substance" was delivered to St. James's Palace, where Harry has his office, on Feb. 12.

19

CBS named a new female host for its Sunday politics show

CBS is in the midst of reconfiguring its political reporting line up, and is still looking for a political director

18

Realistic screen time solutions for kids (and their parents)

NBC News / Technology

A primary challenge in policing screen time is hypocrisy: it's hard to set limits if parents don't have any themselves.

14

Meryl Streep blasts Weinstein for using her words in his legal defense

Streep issued a blistering response to the use of her comments later Wednesday, saying Weinstein's use of her statement "is pathetic and exploitative."

Wednesday, Feb 21

12

This is what Olympians like Chloe Kim and Lindsey Vonn eat for breakfast

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Want to eat the breakfast of champions? Here's how to start your day like an Olympian.

Tuesday, Feb 20

21

Britain's queen attends London Fashion Week in royal first

Queen Elizabeth II made her first visit to London Fashion Week to present an award design recognizing British excellence.

10

Black art shows our humanity to a world that doesn't value black lives

NBC News

"The Chi" gives people a closer look into who the people of Chicago are beyond statistics and stereotypes.

Monday, Feb 19

17

Fergie's anthem at NBA All-Star Game draws online reaction

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Fergie attempted a bluesy, jazzy version of the national anthem before Sunday night's NBA All-Star Game and shot an airball.

16

Rachel Platten brings her 'Fight Song' to the 2018 Winter Olympics

Singer Rachel Platten pumped up fans and athletes alike with a stunning performance of "Fight Song" in Pyeongchang. TODAY's Hoda Kotb and Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon, who recently became friends with Platten, sang along from the…

12

10 Gmail extensions that can boost your productivity

NBC News / Technology

E-mail plug-ins you didn't know you needed but really do.

03

Black Panther's $192 million blows away box office

"Black Panther" blew past already high expectations to post the fifth-highest-grossing weekend debut ever.

Sunday, Feb 18

19

The evolution of the all-American family: Justina Machado reflects on 'One Day at a Time's' success

"I hope that non-Latino families watching our Latino family on television can see that we are more alike than we are different," says Machado.

16

Obama's portrait controversy shows Americans don't know how to engage with art

Audiences think contemporary paintings should be easily understandable for anyone with eyes. But this is not the case.

Saturday, Feb 17

17

Joy Reid: 'Black Panther' envisions what could have been for black Americans

The movie leaves us with powerful, complicated questions: What might the strongest of us built had we remained in Africa?

Friday, Feb 16

22

Common items in your bathroom that need to be replaced ASAP

NBC News

When to toss everything from your toothbrush to your toilet scrubber.

19

Stuntwoman tells her journey to and through 'Black Panther'

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If you've watched shows like "True Blood" and "American Horror Story," you've seen Janeshia Adams-Ginyard in action and maybe didn't even know it.

17

Jeffrey Tambor ousted from Amazon's 'Transparent' TV series

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The hit series' award-winning star is exiting the show following accusations of sexual misconduct.

03

Black comic creators discuss breaking down barriers to finally gain representation

Before the "Black Panther" movie, black illustrators, writers, editors and colorists have been working behind the scenes creating memorable comics and storylines.

Thursday, Feb 15

21

For 'Black Panther' novelist, journalism and sci-fi bring 'hidden to light'

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Jesse J. Holland, the author of "The Black Panther: Who Is The Black Panther?" explains his role as a journalist "to bring the hidden to light."

13

Want to be happier? Think like a bronze medalist

NBC News

Take a page from Olympic medalists: How you manage your expectations can boost your happiness.

12

Punk rockers pay the price for criticizing Putin

NBC News / World

With Vladimir Putin expected to secure a fourth term next month, Pussy Riot members Alexey Knedlyakovsky and Lusine Djanyan are claiming asylum in Sweden.

Wednesday, Feb 14

06

Bill Paxton family sues hospital, doctor for wrongful death

NBC News / News

The suit alleges that the surgeon used a "high risk and unconventional surgical approach" that was unnecessary.

Tuesday, Feb 13

00

'Black Panther' stars discuss hope for Marvel film

NBC News

"Black Panther" stars Lupita Nyong'o and Chadwick Boseman, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige and Director Ryan Coogler discuss films' impact.

21

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue goes #MeToo

NBC News / Business

The #MeToo movement has made its way to the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.

19

Why science says you should be less self-conscious

NBC News

You assume other people are fixated on the things that you are fixated on. More often, they're not.

01

'Hunger Games' actress intimidated by Rosa Parks role, ponders Cleopatra next

NBC News

The new TV One movie "Behind The Movement" directed by Aric Avelino stars Meta Golding as civil rights icon Rosa Parks.

Monday, Feb 12

22

Sony apologizes as 'Peter Rabbit' movie makes parents hopping mad

Sony Pictures and "Peter Rabbit" filmmakers apologized for a controversial "food allergy bullying" scene that prompted backlash from allergy awareness organizations.

15

How a 'sugar budget' helped one family eat healthier

NBC News

Paddy Spence devised the simple game to help his kids learn good eating habits in a way that's fun.

04

'Fifty Shades Freed' whips up $38.8 million to top charts

Universal expects the third "Fifty Shades" film to enjoy a midweek bump on Valentine's Day and to serve as counter-programming when "Black Panther" opens.

01

New York attorney general sues Weinsteins and their company

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The suit claims Weinstein threatened to kill employees, bragged about his Secret Service contacts and used female employees to "facilitate sexual conquests."