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KAYLEIGH McENANY, White House press secretary, on Trump: “He's also appalled by cancel culture, and cancel culture specifically as it pertains to cops. We saw a few weeks ago, ‘Paw Patrol,’ a cartoon show about cops was canceled.” — briefing Friday.

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Scooby-Doo debuted in 1969 and seems as popular as ever. Artist and animator Ron Campbell, who was part of the original creative team on "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!," explains why a series about a cowardly Great Dane and a group of mystery-solving kids was a can't-miss venture.

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Note: This Sunday marks the final appearance of Joe Cannaday’s Sunday cartoon. The Times-Dispatch and its readers thank Cannaday for his 27 ye…

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Even if you never saw the original Schoolhouse Rock cartoon about how a bill becomes a law, you're still going to appreciate this Saturday Nig…

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Two Monday letters criticized an April 16 cartoon by Robert Ariail, which the writers described as promoting racial stereotypes. The cartoon, …

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Remember when MTV showed music videos? Or when AMC had American movies that were classics? Remember when CNN Headline News had, well, headline…

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