If you need a cuteness break, National Puppy Day is Tuesday. An organization that provides service dogs to people with disabilities has launched a live puppy cam that shows adorable furry babies eating, playing and interacting with others as they train for their futures. It’s on weekdays between 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET until March 23.
After more than two months in office, President Joe Biden will hold his first formal White House press conference Thursday afternoon. A CNN analysis of the past century shows his 15 most recent predecessors all held a solo news conference within 33 days of taking office.
The chief executives of Facebook, Alphabet Inc and Twitter will testify before a US House panel Thursday. Spoiler alert: The January 6 insurrection will likely come up as the leaders of big tech discuss how their platforms are handling misinformation and disinformation.
A rarely seen Vincent Van Gogh landscapeis expected to fetch up to $10 million when it’s auctioned Thursday in Paris. The Dutch artist painted “Street scene in Montmartre” in the spring of 1887, three years before his death. It’s been in a French family’s private collection for over a century.
For a brief period Saturday, some parts of the world will go dark for Earth Hour. The movement calls on the global community to switch off its lights for an hour as a symbol of concern for the environment. This year’s event happens at 8:30 p.m. your local time.
Unmasking QAnon A new HBO documentary “Q: Into the Storm” takes us on a journey to unmask QAnonand its influence on American culture. It reveals how the anonymous character known only as “Q” uses conspiracy theories and information warfare to hijack politics, and questions the consequences of unfettered free speech permeating the darkest corners of the internet.
Beyond the glamor Audrey Hepburn was a timeless icon who was more than a movie, stage and fashion star. A new Netflix documentary “Audrey”takes a look back at her life beyond the sunglasses-covered face that’s known all over the world.
Throwback This cover band’s transition from Ed Sheeran, to TLC, to Blackstreet, is seamless. The unbothered baby and eclectic instruments are a bonus. (Click here to rock out.)
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