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Logan (Brian Cox) just can't catch a break, now that he's committed all these terrible acts and alienated his kids and everything. Macall Polay/HBO hide caption

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In 2015, Keyla "Nunny" Reece, felt a lump in her breast, got it checked out and was told it was a benign cyst. A new lump was discovered under her armpit. At the age of 39, on June 7, 2017, doctors diagnosed her with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, and by that point the cancer spread to her ribs, lungs, spine, and pelvis. Angelica Edwards hide caption

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P.K. Subban of the New Jersey Devils skates against the Washington Capitals in a preseason game on Oct. 4 in Newark. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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'Wait Wait' for Oct. 30, 2021: P.K. Subban plays Not My Job

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You can do it: Elizabeth Warren makes a pinkie promise to girls

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Ikaris (Richard Madden) and Sersi (Gemma Chan) in Eternals. Sophie Mutevelian/Marvel Studios hide caption

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'Eternals': A Marvel movie for everyone who complains about Marvel movies

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Netflix's 'Colin in Black and White' shows a star athlete reaching toward Blackness

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'Passing' puts a fresh spin on an old-fashioned story about race and identity

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Remembering 'Bosom Buddies' and 'Girls' actor Peter Scolari

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'Fresh Air' celebrates master magician Ricky Jay

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