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If it's been a minute since you last watched Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling dazzle in La La Land, the magical movie musical is now on Netflix.

Will Biden even make it through his speech? Join your favorite BlazeTV hosts as they ROAST Biden during his speech to find out. Don’t suffer through the State of the Union alone. Hang out with @StuDoesAmerica  @alexstein99 , @SaraGonzalesTX , @WatchChad , and @glennbeck  instead!

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Gustavo Dudamel, one of the world’s leading maestros, will leave the Los Angeles Philharmonic to become music director of the New York Philharmonic.

Talent clearly runs in the Holland family

"I'm still in the art of contemplation about my future.. after my isolation retreat I'll be ready to make a decision" ~ @AaronRodgers12  #PMSinAZ 

Canada's premiers and prime minister are meeting Tuesday morning in Ottawa to discuss the state of health care. Here's what we know.

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Jada Pinkett Smith executive produced & narrates a new documentary series exploring the lives of iconic African Queens. Njinga, the complex, captivating, and fearless 17th century warrior queen takes center stage in African Queens: Njinga, premiering February 15

Here’s the first demo of how the new Bing works! Using AI you’ll be able to get a quick summary to your questions on the side with links to the resources.

Cash each company has: Apple:        $165 billion Google:       $114 billion Microsoft: $100 billion Samsung: $91 billion Amazon:      $70 billion Facebook:    $41 billion Tesla:             $22 billion Total:           $603 billion

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