Update: May 26, 2017 11:00 p.m. EST
Rapper Wale and Tomi Lahren got into another Twitter spat Thursday after the unemployed TV host asked a question regarding Donald Trump being impeached:
Sony is already creating a buzz for its upcoming film Silver & Black, the studio’s film starring classic Spider-Man characters Silver Sable and Black Cat, by announcing that writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood will direct the film. This announcement makes Prince-Bythewood the first black woman to direct a superhero…
A little girl is having a hard time grasping two concepts: 1) why Barack Obama isn’t in the White House anymore and 2) why Hillary Clinton didn’t win the election.
In a move that’s sure to get people’s underwear in a bunch among those who are already against granting people the right to vote, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has signed a bill restoring thousands of Alabama felons’ right to vote.
Last year a white student at my son’s high school called a black kid a slave. When my son came home to tell me what happened, I decided to look the kid’s mother up on my community’s Facebook page to inform her about her son.
A community preservation organization in the Chelsea section of Manhattan in New York City has done its part to make sure the city’s last Underground Railroad site remains standing and is restored to its original design.
Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on the site on May 25, 2016, but since this conversation never gets old, let’s talk grits.
Imagine going up to a drug dealer and asking him to swipe your EBT card so you can buy some edibles. That’s exactly what Home Depot’s co-founder, Ken Langone, thinks is happening when it comes to how food stamp recipients use their benefits.
While many families across the country are celebrating this year’s graduating class of 2017, Richard Collins III’s family is in the midst of planning his funeral after he was killed, authorities say, by Sean Urbanski, a man who loved killing deer and loved the Baltimore Ravens.
Some people in this world really shouldn’t have access to guns. And an off-duty New York City correctional officer, who shot himself and a woman he was showing off to at a bar, just might be one of those people.
On July 22, 2015, Michael Sabbie, 35, was found dead in a jail cell at the Bi-State Jail in Texarkana, Texas. And two years later, his family is still looking for answers.
An elementary school teacher in Boca Raton, Fla., was caught on camera kissing a 10-year-old male student in exchange for gummy bears, authorities say.
Somewhere in Pennsylvania, Bill Cosby probably let out a quiet “Das Racist” sigh when his sexual-assault-trial jury selection was completed. Cosby’s fate will now be in the hands of 10 white people and two black people once the trial starts June 5.
New York City Uber drivers are about to see a hefty refund after Uber admitted to stiffing drivers $45 million because of an accounting glitch.
Twenty-four years ago, Shaurn Thomas was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison, but on Tuesday, he walked out of the State Correctional Institution in Frackville, Pa., an innocent man.
Remember when your dad tried to do your hair and you ended up with lopsided ponytails? Well, one dad in Alabama is trying to help men out, especially single dads, when it comes to hair tutorials and bonding with their daughters.
Although The Bachelorette is just getting started on television, Rachel Lindsay, the show’s first black Bachelorette, says she’s found her dream man, thanks to the show.
Bill Cosby’s lawyers have accused prosecutors of attempting to keep black jurors off their client’s sexual assault case. The accusations come on the heels of the district attorney’s office not allowing a black woman who had a scandal in her past to be a potential juror.
Karrueche Tran’s court date didn’t go as planned because she was a no-show in her quest to get a permanent restraining order against Chris Brown.