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Monday, Jun 26

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'A Surprised Queenhood': New Book Celebrates Gwendolyn Brooks

An excerpt from Angela Jackson's "A Surprised Queenhood in the New Black Sun: The Life & Legacy of Gwendolyn Brooks."

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Fans Celebrate Twenty Years of Harry Potter

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Harry Potter fans gathered together to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the first book in the series being published.

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Stars Call Out Police Brutality At BET Awards

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Stars such as Chance The Rapper and Solange Knowles shine and call out police brutality at the 2017 BET Awards.

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Salvador Dali's Remains to Be Exhumed After Paternity Claim

A Madrid judge has ordered the remains of surrealist Spanish artist Salvador Dali to be exhumed in order to take DNA samples following a paternity claim.

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First 'Harry Potter' Book Turns 20

"Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" was release in the United Kingdom on June 26, 1997.

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Latest 'Transformers' Debuts to a Franchise Low

The fifth "Transformers" movie scored a franchise-low domestic debut, but it showed its might overseas.

Saturday, Jun 24

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Teen From Slum Dances Way to U.S. Ballet School

Amiruddin Shah, 15, from India has begun four years of training at the American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School in New York.

Friday, Jun 23

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Musical Icon Selena Honored With Wax Figure in NYC

Madame Tussauds New York along with Suzette Quintanilla unveiled the latest addition to their collection, a wax figure of the late Tejano music icon Selena.

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RuCap: Catch Up With Eliminated Queens of 'RuPaul's Drag Race'

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NBC Out caught up with each drag queen after they were eliminated from season 9 and asked them two very important questions.

Iconic NY Reporter's Front Row Seat When Beatles Made History

New York reporter Gabe Pressman was front and center when the Beatles arrived for their first trip to the U.S.

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'Rickshaw Girl' Film Adaptation to Bring Bangladeshi Muslims to Silver Screen

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First published in 2007, Mitali Perkins's "Rickshaw Girl," follows Naima, the daughter of a rickshaw driver who lives with her family outside of a large city.

Meet MJ Acosta, of NBC's 'Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge'

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MJ Acosta talks about her new role as co-host on NBC's show Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge and what it means to be a Latina in the world of sports.

Johnny Depp on Trump Assassination Joke: 'I Intended No Malice'

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The Secret Service said it was aware of Depp's comment. Threats against the president are considered a crime under U.S. law.

Thursday, Jun 22

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'Making a Murderer' Confession Was Coerced, Court Says

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Wisconsin prosecutors now have two options: appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court or seek to re-try Brendan Dassey.

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Popsicles for breakfast? It's possible with these superfood ice pops!

NBC News

Skip the smoothie and green juice and turn to these refreshing vitamin-packed treats instead.

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Ron Howard Takes Over Han Solo 'Star Wars' Movie

Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard is stepping into a galaxy far, far away for the upcoming "Star Wars" Han Solo spin-off movie, Lucasfilm announced on Thursday.

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Prince Harry: Walking Behind Diana's Casket Left Me Scarred

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Prince Harry has spoken candidly about the monarchy and his distress at walking behind his mother Diana's casket, saying: "No child should be asked to do that."

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Art Imitates Life: 'Queen Sugar' Tackles Race in America

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Ava Duvernay, Oprah Winfrey and the cast of OWN's "Queen Sugar" reflect the intersection of race, culture and social issues in season 2.

Wednesday, Jun 21

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Why Trump May Soon Be Getting Hundreds of 'Philadelphia' DVDs

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President Donald Trump could soon be receiving hundreds of copies of award-winning film "Philadelphia," courtesy of "Late Late Show" host James Corden.

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Here's Why Women Keep Dressing Like 'Handmaids'

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At statehouses, town halls, and protests, women are dressing like characters from The Handmaid's Tale to protest the stripping of reproductive rights.

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Country Music Artist Jessie Chris Performs 'Burn' on TODAY

Elvis Duran's latest Artist of the Month joins Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb to perform her latest single, "Burn," live on TODAY.

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Humor, Science, Depression Meet in Debut Novel 'Chemistry'

Debut novelist Weike Wang takes readers inside the mind of a young Ph.D. student in "Chemistry."

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Michael Phelps vs. Great White: Who Will Win Race?

The most decorated Olympian ever is going to race a great white shark as part of Discovery Channel's annual "Shark Week." TODAY's Al Roker, Sheinelle Joes and Dylan Dreyer share their wagers on who will win and what folks in Las Vegas are…

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Tribute: Prodigy Left Lessons in Mortality

NBC News

We listened to Phife rap about his diabetes just like we heard Prodigy rap about sickle cell but we never expected these diseases to kill them.

Tuesday, Jun 20

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How to Use Snapchat (If You're Not 18)

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Up your Snapchat game in just minutes.

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10 Out Black Musicians You Should Know

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In honor of Pride Month and African-American Music Appreciation Month — which are both celebrated in June — here are 10 out black musicians for your playlist.

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Prodigy of Mobb Deep Dead at 42

Rapper Prodigy of Mobb Deep has died at 42.

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'Bachelor in Paradise' Investigation Finds No Misconduct

"Bachelor in Paradise" will resume production after an investigation found no misconduct by the cast members.

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Tyler Oakley's Pride Month Series Spotlights LGBTQ+ Resilience

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In the latest episode of his new Pride Month series, "Chosen Family," YouTube star Tyler Oakley shares the stories of LGBTQ+ refugees.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd Sues Ex-Drummer to Stop Movie About Plane Crash

The band contends that "Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash," violated a 1988 consent order governing the use of the band's name.