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How To Apply Mascara According To The Best Beauty Hacks Out There

Putting on mascara ranks pretty low on the spectrum of complicated makeup application techniques (um, hello, contouring). Still, there are common mistakes that are worth avoiding. In the video above, PopSugar Beauty reporter Kirbie Johnson...Show More Summary

Constructive Feedback University: The (Black On Black) Xenophobic Attacks Happening In South Africa Today MUST BE SHOWN Because It Is A Necessary Step To Strip Away The "Mystical Magical Africa" Meme On Our Way To Developing An "ORGANIC FUNCTIONAL CULTURE

Agree with my tactics or not. THEY ARE NECESSARY at this time and place.It is said that "Dr King" must not be made into an untouchagle "Jesus Figure" because young people will be disarmed into believing that they too could follow inShow More Summary

Hunger Games Star Amandla Stenberg Has a Few Words For Culture Appropriators

16-Year-Old Amandla Stenberg knows one or two things about racism when it comes to being a part of the entertainment industry. Several years ago when Stenberg was cast as ‘Rue’ in the first installment of The Hunger Games, many people...Show More Summary

This Is What Happens When 2 Generations of Black Female Activists Come Together

Two powerful black women, representing two generations of social activism, delivered dynamic speeches on racial justice, human rights and black radicalism Wednesday evening at Tufts University in Medford, Mass.

Wash. State Man Arrested After Calling Black Child ‘Monkey,’ Throwing Rock at Him: Report

A Kent, Wash., man was arrested pending an investigation of disorderly conduct after he allegedly called a 6-year-old black child a “monkey” and threw a rock at the boy as he walked past the man’s home, the Kent Reporter reports.

Adrian Peterson to be Reinstated by NFL 

Friday ends the week but brings in a fresh start for Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, who will be reinstated by the NFL as an active player, CNN reports.

Capitol Hill Lawmakers Meet The 'Malala Of Africa'

WASHINGTON -- One year ago, a girl named Saa jumped from a truck in Nigeria, not knowing if she would survive the landing. Saa was one of the hundreds of girls abducted last April from a boarding school in Chibok, Nigeria, by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram. Show More Summary

Suge Knight’s Bail Reduced But Will Stand Trial on Murder and Attempted-Murder Charges

Suge Knight caught a break today in court, sort of. Superior Court Judge Ronald Coen ruled Thursday that the former rap mogul will stand trial on murder and attempted-murder charges, for the hit and run murder of Terry Carter and attempted murder of Cle "Bone" Sloan. Show More Summary

Watch Jay Z's New Video For His Blue Ivy Song 'Glory'

On Thursday, Jay Z dropped the video for his 2012 song "Glory," which was dedicated to his daughter Blue Ivy. The video was released exclusively on Tidal and features footage from the rapper's rehearsal sessions for his 2012 performance at Carnegie Hall. Show More Summary

Jay Z Just Dropped a Video For 'Glory' On Tidal

The Tidal exclusives continue, as Jay Z just dropped a video for his song "Glory" on the streaming service. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Manny Pacquiao Got A Punching Bag With Floyd Mayweather's Face On It

There comes a time in many people's lives when they feel compelled to print out a photo of an enemy and deface it until said enemy is completely unrecognizable. Now imagine something even better than a photo. Imagine a three-dimensional...Show More Summary

Nicki Minaj’s Reported Engagement Sends Ex Into a Twitter Rage  

Nicki Minaj gave people something to talk about when she posted a massive heart-shaped diamond ring on her Instagram account. Most have immediately assumed that Nicki’s post meant that her and her new boyfriend, rapper Meek Mills, have gotten engaged.

Sources: Okla. Officials Were Told to Falsify Training Hours for Volunteer Cop Who Killed Unarmed Man

The plot continues to thicken in regards to just how inexperienced Robert Bates—the Oklahoma reserve officer who accidentally killed an unarmed man earlier this month—is believed to be. According to anonymous sources that spoke directly...Show More Summary

3rd College Student Arrested in Alleged Gang Rape on Fla. Beach

George Davon Kennedy has joined two other college students who stand accused in an alleged gang rape that reportedly took place on a Panama City, Fla., beach in broad daylight, the New York Daily News reports. Kennedy, a student at Middle Tennessee State University, was arrested Tuesday in connection to the March assault, which was partially caught on videotape.

World Bank Breaks Its Own Rules As Millions Lose Land And Livelihoods

The World Bank has repeatedly violated its own policies on protecting the rights of indigenous people by funding projects that resulted in nearly 3.4 million slum-dwellers, farmers and villagers losing their land or having their livelihoods damaged over the past decade, according to documents seen by the Guardian. Show More Summary

A Slow Death for Mumia Abu-Jamal and Thousands of Prisoners in America

What does it mean for hundreds of thousands of prisoners in the United States when the world's most famous prisoner faces possible death from medical neglect in a Pennsylvania prison? Often called the "Voice of the Voiceless" for his...Show More Summary

The Racial Gap in Cancer Mortality is Closing, but It’s Still a Problem

When it comes to cancer, there is usually a huge difference in the number of related deaths between white and black communities.

20 Black Poets You Should Know (And Love)

In 1996 the Academy of American Poets dubbed April National Poetry Month to celebrate the richness of American poetry. In its honor, here are 20 black American poets who have shown brilliance in their art and service to the community. Show More Summary

Former Philadelphia Narcotics Cop Admits to Crimes, Implicates Other Undercover Officers on Witness Stand

Jeffrey Walker, a 24-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department, admitted to committing “thousands” of crimes. The disgraced former narcotics investigator also testified against six members of his undercover unit in a federal corruption trial, the Associated Press reports.

Tulsa Authorities Ordered Robert Bates' Training Record Falsified: Report

The Tulsa County Sheriff's office ordered supervisors to falsify the training record of the reserve deputy who fatally shot a suspect after mistaking his revolver for his Taser, sources told the Tulsa World. Reserve deputy Robert C.Show More Summary

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