Donald Trump’s reelection campaign Twitter account was lampooned by social media on Saturday for being as dumb as Donald himself. The Official “Trump War Room” claimed it was “fake news” that Trump had labeled Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, as “nasty” (his favorite misogynistic insult for women)—the only problem…
In an incident that shocked communities Friday, Michael Comeau, a school principal and recipient of the prestigious Milken award for educators, thought it was a good idea to get belligerently drunk, hit up the strip club, then refuse to pay … all while on a school field trip.
Leah Chase, iconic executive chef, civil rights activist, and co-owner of the legendary Dooky Chase’s Restaurant in New Orleans, died Saturday. She was 96 years old.
A protester interrupted Senator Kamala Harris’ speech on Saturday, snatching the microphone from the presidential candidate and beginning a rant before being escorted from the stage.
What started out as a normal night for a group of black people ended up being … a typical night for a group of black people.
On Friday afternoon, Bloomberg News reported that Apple is soon to announce the end of its iconic iTunes digital store. Launched in 2003, iTunes took the business world by storm and started the massive movement of mp3 music sales.
There’s an actual Old Town Road in Marlborough, N.H., and residents are sick and tired of the constant attention.
Virginia Beach, Va., officials identified 40-year-old DeWayne Craddock as the lone gunman who opened fire on a municipal complex Friday afternoon, killing at least 12 and injuring many others. The Wall Street Journal reports the shooting was retaliation for being terminated from his longtime job as a city worker.
Houston-based activist Quanell X, leader of the New Black Panther Nation, claims in a report by KHOU that while visiting Derion Vence in jail Friday morning, Vence allegedly confessed to dumping five-year-old Maleah Davis’ body on the side of a road about 20 miles outside of Hope, Ark. Police later found human remains…
JoAni Johnson stands at only five feet, four-and-a-half inches tall, making her “too short” for most runways. Not to mention, at age 68 Johnson would often be considered “too old.” Yet, the stunning beauty is defying industry norms by being one of the hottest models in the game right now.
The newly opened Statue of Liberty Museum, which debuted May 16 in New York Harbor, brings to light a little-spoken-of aspect of the statue’s history: the statue was never meant to be about immigration, but meant to honor the liberation of slaves.
On Saturday French-Senegalese director Mati Diop became the first black female director to win an award in the Cannes Film Festival’s 72-year history. She also was the first black woman to ever have a film accepted for competition at the festival.
It’s a new dawn, a new day, and Lori Lightfoot did not come here to play. On day one of her new position as the first black woman to lead Chicago as mayor, Lightfoot is bringing a swift end to Chicago’s tradition of “aldermanic privilege” that granted council members sweeping veto power over zoning and licensing…
The death of rapper Nipsey Hussle continues to be mourned by communities around the world, but now there’s another way to support his vision and help out his family in the process. This week, Puma Brand and Marketing Global Director Adam Petrick announced that the collaborations with Hussle (real name: Ermias Joseph…
Reminisce “Remy Ma” Mackie is facing new criminal complaints for allegedly assaulting her Love & Hip Hop: New York co–star, Brittney Taylor.
Kanye West opened up about his mom, Donda West, on Netflix’s My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman which begins streaming May 31.
Mary Winston has earned every right to be celebrated as Bed, Bath & Beyond’s new interim CEO; but we’ve also got to talk about a few things.
Researchers recently announced they’ve located the remains of the last known ship known to bring enslaved Africans to what we now call the United States.
Quinta Brunson, Gabrielle Dennis and Ashley Nicole Black will star in a new half-hour sketch comedy series along with creator Robin Thede and executive producer Issa Rae.