Flying the friendly skies seems quite passe´ nowadays. From crying passengers being dragged off planes, to others not being able to pee when they have to, it was only a matter of time before the friendly skies turned into the fight club. And on April 21, that’s exactly what happened on a Delta Airlines between two…
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A Florida high school student has been suspended for 10 days after advertising two of his black female classmates on Craigslist in a “Two Slaves for Sale” ad.
At the end of a long work week, there’s nothing like ringing in the weekend with joyous Salsa dancing by a group of Washington, D.C. kindergartners.
The Tony Awards Administration Committee announced Thursday that two-time Tony Award winner James Earl Jones will receive the Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre.
New Orleans is cleaning up the city by removing Confederate statues, but there’s one former resident who’s going to do everything she can to protest their removal. Even if that means proving that there’s always that “one” black person.
“Obama’s back, and so are the haters,” said Trevor Noah on Thursday’s Daily Show. Well, it seems as though these haters don’t want our former president to get a piece of the speech-money pie. But no one had a problem when previous presidents did. God forbid a black man is paid his worth.
Dr. David Dao has reached a settlement with United Airlines for the injuries caused when he was brutally dragged off his flight after being involuntarily bumped.
Issa Beyoncé meme! Beyoncé casually posted an Instagram photo Wednesday, and of course it instantly became a meme. What is she ordering? Was she complaining about the check? Are the twins about to arrive? The internet had questions.
I’m sure there comes a time in an actor’s life when he has a role he regrets. For example, I’m sure John Travolta regrets Face Off. And Jamie Foxx regrets the black version of Taken. I fully understand the concept of “a check is a check.” But in the case of Joseph Fiennes and a role we’ll never get to see, he still…
Several faculty members at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Texas thought it would be fun to dress up like “rappers” and name themselves “Notorious S.O.P.,” which refers to the seminary’s School of Preaching.
ESPN laid off about 100 people Wednesday, in what seemed like the end of the world, if you followed the news unfolding on social media. These 100 people, who probably had over-six-figure salaries, were on-air commentators with huge followings and probably even bigger severances. Sure, it’s horrible when one loses a…
It seems as though Bill Cosby and his family members are trying their best to have him seen in a better light. Despite the fact that more than 40 women have accused the comedian of drugging and sexually assaulting them, and with a criminal trial looming over his head, the Cosby PR train is moving at full steam.
It can happen at the most inopportune time; sometimes your bladder has a mind of its own. But what do you do when you have the urge to pee after sitting for 30 minutes on a plane that’s on the tarmac?
Being an Uber driver nowadays is tough. Just ask one driver in Palm Beach, Fla., who was robbed and blinded when she was sprayed with pepper spray.
A Mississippi man has filed a lawsuit against R. Kelly for allegedly popping on a little 12 Play and doing a little bumping and grinding with his wife.
So far this year, there have been 100 homicides in Baltimore, and Mayor Catherine Pugh wants the FBI’s help. During her weekly address Wednesday, Pugh said that she wanted to get a handle on the murder rate before the summer begins.
Friday will mark the one-year anniversary of the creation of the Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls. The caucus, created by Reps. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.), Robin Kelly (D-Ill.) and Yvette D. Clarke (D-N.Y.), was the first of its kind, with the main goal of creating public policy that “eliminates…
A 12-year-old in Baytown, Texas, received a hair-raising ultimatum from his school after being told that his haircut was unacceptable. Xavier Davis, a sixth-grade student at Cedar Bayou Junior High School, was told to either cut his hair or face in-school suspension.