The White House was blindsided by comedian Larry Wilmore's decision to use the N-word at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner Saturday night, but White House press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters Monday that the president "appreciated the spirit of the sentiments that Mr. Show More Summary
The sudden death of Afeni Shakur on Monday night took many by surprise, including family friend Jada Pinkett Smith. After discovering the sad news, Pinkett Smith shared her condolences via a Facebook post on Tuesday. She was in New York...Show More Summary
The Indiana primary has changed the race for president in ways nobody anticipated. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders comfortably beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and business mogul Donald Trump beat Ted Cruz so soundly that the Texas Senator dropped out of the presidential race altogether. Show More Summary
Former NFL defensive lineman Dana Stubblefield has been charged with the rape of a developmentally disabled woman, NBC Bay Area reports. According to the news station, the 10-year league veteran, who last played with the San Francisco...Show More Summary
Larry Wilmore wants to correct to those who thought he called President Barack Obama "nr" at the White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday. A lot of people, both black and white, disagreed with Wilmore using the word to describe the president, including Piers Morgan. Show More Summary
Comedian Larry Wilmore did not offend President Barack Obama when he used the N-word during a speech at the White House Correspondents' Dinner over the weekend, the White House insists. "What the president said is that he appreciated the spirit of Mr. Show More Summary
Forget birds chirping or sun streaming in. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson released a whole new wake up experience yesterday. The motivational alarm clock app -- “The Rock Clock” -- lets you wake up to the sound of Johnson barking orders,Show More Summary
The White House is defending late-night comedian Larry Wilmore's use of the n-word during his routine at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner over the weekend, saying that President Barack Obama "appreciated the spirit and the sentiments that Mr. Wilmore expressed," the Washington Post reports.
The past year has been a profoundly paradoxical one, mixed with ample doses of both progression and painful reflection for the Black Male Achievement field. On the one hand, there has been a groundswell of activity and investments that...Show More Summary
This post is by Nicole Cardoza and originally appeared on The Well, Jopwell's editorial hub. In 2014 I founded Yoga Foster, a tech-based nonprofit that equips schools with the resources and training to integrate yoga into classrooms....Show More Summary
By now, you've seen her photo in your feed. Her skin is a royal river of dark chocolate, the subtle smile on her lips reads as confident, and her sparkly prom dress fits like a dream. Seventeen-year-old Tayja Jones posed for a snapshot to commemorate her high school prom forever. Show More Summary
A University of Iowa freshman is recovering from injuries after being severely beaten over the weekend in what his family is calling a racially motivated attack, WLS-TV reports.
Being black in China is not easy, but it's not as bad as many would have you think, according to our two guests this week who are both black immigrants currently living in Beijing. Sure, people stare a lot and there are often some inappropriate...Show More Summary
There are very few things in 2016 that take me by surprise—after all, we live in a world where our federal government can look at my paltry checking account and insist that I owe them more money than they already take out of my pay stub. Show More Summary
What's the ideal penis length? Depends where you live. A new survey conducted by British online medical website Dr. Ed asked women and men from Europe and North America about their sexual health and happiness. Respondents had to guess...Show More Summary
I don't know how many times I've seen or heard black people, who claim to be pro-black, try to distance themselves from other groups of black people. Don't get me wrong, I used to think I was a little Michael Evans (from Good Times for the youngins, or those who don't have access to TV One) in high school and my freshman year in college. Show More Summary
With every passing day it seems the norm is to hear a local or national story about the death of a black man, young or old in America. Whether it be by the hands of the community or the hands of the police the numbers are growing at an alarming rate. Show More Summary
"Southern trees bear a strange fruit, blood on the leaves and blood at the root..." Swaying in the wind on an October day in 1934, Claude Neal's body hung from a tree on display in front of the Jackson County courthouse. Days prior, he was taken from his jail cell in Marianna, Florida by an angry white mob. Show More Summary
While in Flint, Mich., Wednesday, President Barack Obama vouched for the safety of using certified filter water, encouraging city residents to start using filtered water instead of bottled water.
Just a few days shy of her 50th birthday, a source confirms to Entertainment Tonight that Janet Jackson is pregnant with her first child.