Kim Kardashian is problematic as hell.
If Clark Kent had a real-life alter ego, it might be Jay-Z.
A family is suing the City of Phoenix for $10 million after police officers were caught on video using what the family believes is excessive force.
After ordering your food in the drive-thru, it’s only natural to check your receipt in order to assess the damage to your bank account. I mean, did you really need those carne asada fries?
The Golden State Warriors are fucked.
Anyone else tired of waiting for their 40 acres and a mule?
As society’s “Fuck Linda Fairstein” campaign continues, on Tuesday came the news that Hollywood literary agency ICM Partners has decided to wash its hands of the former New York City prosecutor-turned crime novelist-turned bane of our collective existence.
For the past three decades, Mary J. Blige has provided us with everlasting life through song like no artist before her. And to celebrate her various contributions to the entertainment industry, she’ll be honored with BET’s Lifetime Achievement Award later this month at the 19th annual BET Awards.
the world the state of Nevada, rejoice!
After being released from prison, those who were once incarcerated often experience tremendous difficulty getting re-acclimated to society, but if Democratic lawmakers get their way, California citizens still being punished for mistakes from their past will be able to get a new lease on life.
On June 11, 2016, Omar Mateen—armed with a semi-automatic assault rifle, a 9mm Glock and an insatiable disregard for human life—destroyed 49 innocent lives while causing irreparable harm and suffering to 53 others.
On Friday, Deputy Sheriff Dante Austin was found dead inside the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 27.
With the 2018 midterms three months away, the Fresno, Calif., country clerk and register of voters received a rather peculiar grievance.
This is not how the Golden State Warriors dynasty was supposed to end.
On Friday, Turner Sports and the NBA announced their star-studded lineup of presenters for the 2019 NBA Awards, which will take place on June 24 on TNT. And it looks like there will be an abundance of black excellence on stage to announce the winners over the course of the evening.
On Saturday, Instagram user @blueasdasky released a nearly five-minute long video she recorded of Hawthorne, Calif., police drawing their weapons on an unarmed black man.
After spending the past 30-plus years as your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper, rap legend Scarface is putting down the mic to run for Houston city council.
Former Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz is in stable condition after being shot at a club in the Dominican Republic.
Last month, the 92nd Scripps National Spelling Bee somehow concluded in a historic eight-way tie. Its eight winners dominated five consecutive perfect rounds and spelled 47 consecutive words correctly in order to emerge as co-champions.