For decades, journalist Gwen Ifill served as a role model for reporting with integrity, clarity and fierce intelligence. Now students at one Boston-area college will be able to study in a school that bears her name.
Twin sisters Marcasia and Markwonda Crenshaw were returning home to South Florida Sunday night when they saw a van parked on the inside lane of Interstate 95. Concerned, they pulled over to make sure the driver of the van was OK.
We told you Monday that many a wypipo was big mad over Colin Kaepernick’s selection as GQ’s Citizen of the Year for 2017, but arguably no one was saltier than ex-ESPN reporter and tow truck victims’ advocate Britt McHenry.
Another day, another opportunity to perjure your damn self.
Dear white people: Why are you like this?
A new report from the New York Times has uncovered the startling gap between what Whitefish Energy, the small energy company that was charged with rebuilding Puerto Rico’s devastated power grid, charged for its workers and what it actually paid.
In 2015, when Donald Trump’s presidency was punchline and not reality, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) warned a panel on ABC’s This Week that Trump could very well be president.
Two of the biggest assholes in the world, President Donald Trump and President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte, have expressed mutual admiration for some time. This past weekend, the pair finally got to have the bonding session of their dreams: serenading each other, bitching about Barack Obama and avoiding any…
It’s long been clear that Colin Kaepernick has become a bigger hero off the football field than he ever was on it. In a year that has seen the ripple effects of the quarterback’s 2016 national anthem protests against racial injustice (protests that effectively barred him from playing the sport again but that have…
This week a federal judge ruled in favor of Maryland’s historically black colleges and universities in a decadeslong legal battle over disparities in higher education in the state.
Comedian Louis C.K. has released a statement confirming reports that he has sexually abused multiple women he worked with during his career.
After weeks of repairs, Puerto Rico was hit Thursday night with a major power outage that has thrown a substantial portion of the island back into darkness.
At this point, it surprises no one that Fox News continues to hire a veritable all-star team of racists. Recent additions include Laura Ingraham, a woman who thinks undocumented immigrants who want to re-enter the country should be shot, and Tomi Lahren, who’s likened Black Lives Matter to the new Ku Klux Klan.
It’s tempting to write off critiques of identity politics the same way you would ironic tattoos or Taylor Swift as a “white-people thing,” but the term has become so hotly debated and so misunderstood that an increasing number of young people of color feel put off by it.
Vogue’s editor in chief, Anna Wintour, has tapped the undisputed champion of the red carpet, Rihanna, to host the 2018 Met Gala.
In September, the Air Force Academy Preparatory School was rocked by racist vandalism that was found on the doors of five black cadets. The incident made national headlines, while photos of the graffiti, which read, “Go home nigger,” traveled far and wide.
In the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal last month, Rep. Brenda Lawrence (D-Mich.) brought forward much-needed legislation aimed at curbing sexual harassment on Capitol Hill. But according to some of Lawrence’s former aides, she hasn’t done enough to fight it in her own office.
Despite dogged attempts by Donald Trump and the GOP to throw salt on Obamacare, early data shows that Americans are signing up for it in record numbers.
During his visit to South Korea, Donald Trump was asked whether he’d push for the same “extreme vetting” of gun owners that he’s proposed for refugees and U.S. visa holders.
The child-rape trial against Jelani Maraj drew to a close Monday with prosecutors and the defense presenting their closing arguments.