President sniffles has a knack for poor timing. Not only did he manage to time his manufactured government shutdown in the midst of one of the worst stretches the stock market has ever seen, his shutdown lasted into his visit with the newly minted national college football champions from Clemson University.
In 1963, Barbara Gardener Proctor was flying to Europe to swap records while working for a black-owned record company. Upon her arrival back home, Vee-Jay records started publicizing her find. Soon, “England’s No.1 Vocal Group,” the Beatles, would be everywhere.
After multiple sources including NBC reported that the Harris County Sheriff’s Office had located and interviewed persons of interest in relation to the shooting death of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes in Houston, Texas, officials have announced the arrest of 20-year-old Eric Black Jr..
As viewers brace for the third and final installment of Surviving R. Kelly’s Lifetime Network premier, social media users worldwide have been discussing the evidence that 51 year-old Chicago-born singer Robert “R.” Kelly acted in concert with and with the support of a loyal network of handlers, lawyers, venues,…
For many, New Year’s Eve is fraught with excitement and anticipation.
Tiffany Haddish wasn’t ready for her set. It didn’t stop a few fans from having a good time.
If any fears from 2018 should make their way into 2019, let this be among them:
“Ever have an entire year that sucks 365 sh— cu— days in a row?”
As the government shutdown begins its second week and federal employees and members of the armed forces await final word about paychecks and benefits, New York Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) found the time to call a thing a thing.
If you’re reading this, you made it to Christmas, the day your inner child wakes you up ahead of your alarm for a day full of joyful, healthy interactions with family and friends. You’ve spent the previous few days stressing over gift sizes, jockeying for position in your nearby grocery store, and avoiding the…
The Conways are back to (M)ake (A)crimony (G)reat (A)gain.
Jakelin Amei Rosmery Caal Maquin showed symptoms of dehydration and shock before she was transported from a remote area near the border to a border station.
I didn’t come here to praise Betsy DeVos.
For a bunch of men intent parlaying their purported toughness and criminality into cold, hard cash, this generation’s latest wave of emcees with penchants for hitting women seem to have one thing in common: Thin skin.
Ann Coulter has seen the recent uptick in blustery right-wing pundits who could place in Seabiscuit lookalike contests. After making headlines for slamming Donald Trump’s inability to build his long-promised border wall earlier this week, she’s back to claim her throne.
Of Los Angeles County’s 50 incarcerated pregnant women, 37 were 17 or 18, and 43 were “crossover” youth, involved in both the county’s probation department and its foster care system.
Edwinna Harris, aunt of nine-year-old McKenzie Nicole Adams, the Tuscaloosa, Ala., student whose apparent suicided has been blamed on racist bullying, is promoting a GoFundMe page to establish an organization to fight bullying.
Thirty-five-year-old Kelly Stough was fatally shot in Detroit by former pastor Albert Weathers, the 24th killing of a transgender person in America this year.
Authorities in Linden, Ala. are searching for answers after the suicide of McKenzie Nicole Adams. Her family members believe racism was to blame.
Becoming, former-and-forever first lady Michelle Obama’s new book, continues to fly off shelves. Its 3 million copies sold in the United States and Canada alone make it the highest-selling book of the year. Her book tour is selling out stadiums. Her skin care regimen is unfuckwitable.