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Feds investigate Amazon products after CNN report

The federal agency responsible for overseeing consumer product safety is investigating Amazon-branded electronic products highlighted in a CNN investigation last year, according to records and interviews.

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Pulse shooting survivor: I'm so tired of thoughts and prayers

Five years after the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando that claimed 49 lives, survivor Brandon Wolf says he finds hope in Biden's stance on gun reform but is "existentially exhausted" from the government's inaction on the issue.

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Opinion: Ellie Kemper really doesn't deserve this

Ellie Kemper, an actress best known for her TV roles in "The Office" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," found herself trending on Twitter over Memorial Day weekend, branded a "KKK Princess" after a photo of her at a Missouri debutante ball when she was 19 went viral.

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Why Amazon just spent more than $8 billion on MGM

MGM, a classic Hollywood brand synonymous with "The Wizard of Oz" and Leo the roaring lion, was purchased for $8.45 billion on Wednesday by Amazon, a company currently valued at nearly $1.7 trillion. Being gobbled up by a tech behemoth is a fitting finale for a studio that has been whittled down over the last century by one technology disruption after another.

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Lego unveils first LGBTQ set

Lego fans can build castles, jungles and entire town centers with the right set of bricks. But from June, the company will launch a brand new product -- its first ever LGBTQ-themed set, named "Everyone Is Awesome."

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Why you should care about Discovery and WarnerMedia merging

Discovery is an iconic brand in the cable world, as are CNN and HBO. Warner Bros., the home of franchises such as DC and Harry Potter, is one of the most influential studios in Hollywood. Now, all of those brands are coming together in hopes of not just surviving, but thriving in an media industry that is diving deeper into streaming.

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A Chauvin's juror's rally t-shirt is a phony pretext for upsetting the verdict

A photo of Brandon Mitchell, one of the jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial, shows him wearing a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. t-shirt emblazoned with the words, "Get your knee off our necks" for the March on Washington commemorative demonstration last year. Mitchell says he answered "no" on his juror questionnaire form when asked whether he attended "protests about police use of force or police brutality" and seemingly does not consider the 2020 March on Washington to be such a rally.

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