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Nazanin Boniadi stars as Bronwyn and Morfydd Clark stars as Galadriel in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Amazon Prime Video hide caption

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Omar Apollo on making music and being a role model for queer Latinx kids

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SEC charges Kim Kardashian for unlawfully touting crypto on her Instagram account

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'Saturday Night Live' returns and shows that a lot of rebuilding is underway

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True crime has never been more popular. But is it ethical?

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