Which service launched a short-form video feature similar to TikTok?

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Netflix launched the Fast Laughs feature for mobile devices.

The final part of which book series is being released this summer?

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“Freed” is the last book in the “Fifty Shades” trilogy. It is told from Christian Grey’s perspective.

Which Big Ten men’s basketball team won the 2021 regular season?

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Confetti dumped onto the playing floor after the University of Michigans’ 69-50 victory over Michigan State.

Which singer is performing at the Grammys for the first time in five years?

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Taylor Swift will perform at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday. Her wistful album "Folklore" is up for six awards.

What is the new flavor of Eggo Frozen pancakes?

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The new Kellogg’s Spring Berry pancakes are filled with blueberries and raspberries.

Which actor abruptly deactivated their Twitter account?

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Alec Balwin used Instagram to explain that he had used Twitter as a news aggregator but will be moving on because of the "unpleasantness.”

The CEO of which company declined a salary last year but still took home $21M?

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David Calhoun, the CEO of troubled airline maker Boeing, declined a salary and performance bonus for most of last year. However, he still received stock benefits that pushed the estimated value of his compensation to around $21 million.

The “Coming 2 America” sequel is on which streaming service?

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Audiences can watch Akeem and Semmi embark on a new adventure on Amazon Prime Video.

Who interviewed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

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In the interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry and Meghan revealed they were having a baby girl and claimed a member of Britain’s royal family made racist remarks about their first child.

Unilever is removing which word from its beauty products?

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Unilever said removing the word “normal” was part of its commitment to “tackling harmful norms and stereotypes and shaping a broader, far more inclusive definition of beauty.”

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