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Online Casino Games and Your Chances of Winning

For any gambler, it’s always important to consider which casino games will offer you the best odds and where you’ve got a chance to build up a decent bankroll. We’re not advocating gambling my any means but if you’re going to play at online casinos then this information should help you make a more informed decision. Show More Summary

Hell Y'all Ain't Talmbout: An Epic Response to Trans Erasure [Audio]

This week, awQward artist Vita E Cleveland, dropped a response track to Janelle Monae's summer release, "Hell You Talmbout." While many have praised Monae as creating a song for the current movement, many in the black trans community...Show More Summary

'Crazy' St. Louis County Municipal Court System Fights To Survive

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Missouri -- After a town near Ferguson agreed to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit this week by bringing sweeping reforms to its municipal court, local judges in St. Louis County announced a set of changes thatShow More Summary

Misty Copeland Makes Her Broadway Debut

Just one week after becoming the first African-American principal dancer in American Ballet Theatre history, Misty Copeland announced another career milestone -- she would make her Broadway debut in the revival of “On The Town” on August 25th. Show More Summary

Ohio Cop Pulls Over Black Man Who 'Made Direct Eye Contact' With Him

Earlier this month, a police officer in Dayton, Ohio, tailed a man by the name of John Felton for two miles, then pulled him over for failing to use a turn signal 100 feet prior to making his turn. To be clear: Felton used a turn signal, but he apparently didn't put it on early enough. Show More Summary

How 'Boy Meets World' Helped me Dissect Beauty and Colorism

I hear it quite often. "You're hot... for a black girl." And to be honest, I'm almost 100 percent sure I received the same "compliment" during adolescence. You know, that juncture within your life when incessant ?NSYNC paraphernalia and Boy Meets World quotations were in style. Show More Summary

#SummerSyllabus2015: #RaceMatters--A Panel Discussion at Duke University on 8/31

#SummerSyllabus2015: #RaceMatters Monday, August 31, 2015 @ 7:00 pm Duke University (East Campus) White Lecture Hall A faculty panel discussion on the numerous race-related incidents that occurred this summer; moderated by NPR host Frank...Show More Summary

These Photos Capture The Spirit Of New Orleans, 10 Years After Katrina

It's been a slow recovery since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans 10 years ago, but residents are hopeful that the city is returning to its roots. New Orleanians are repopulating their city, reestablishing festive traditions,Show More Summary

HuffPost Live's Deep Dive Into On-Campus Sexual Assault

During the last week of August, HuffPost Live launched a weeklong series investigating campus sexual assault and the issues many victims can face when reporting rape to universities. Host Zerlina Maxwell sat down with Valerie Jarrett,...Show More Summary

Michael Jordan's Tune Squad Uniform From 'Space Jam' Is Hitting The Auction Block

Michael Jordan's most important uniform -- you know, the one he wore while saving the earth -- is hitting the auction block this fall. Starting on Oct. 1, fans of Jordan and the 1996 sports entertainment classic "Space Jam" can bid on the actual Tune Squad uniform Jordan wore during the making of the movie. Show More Summary

Katrina Coombs Discusses Her Fetish for Creating Fine-Art Fiber Works, Thread by Thread

It was the first thing you saw as you came through an arch at the National Gallery of Jamaica for the 2014 Jamaica Biennial: Katrina Coombs's blood red work entitled "Absence." I remember looking at the work for quite a while, its startling color. Show More Summary

Don Lemon Criticizes CNN, Suggests Its Coverage of the Va. Gunman Was Slightly Homophobic   

CNN anchor Don Lemon says he doesn't understand why it was necessary for CNN to keep bringing up that Vester Flanagan II—the gunman who killed two Virginia TV journalists Wednesday while they were conducting a live interview—reportedly was gay.

How Social Media Would Have Changed Hurricane Katrina Coverage

WASHINGTON -- The streets of Algiers Point, a mostly white enclave nestled in a predominantly black New Orleans neighborhood, were not safe. White militias blocked off most of the area’s streets, posted signs declaring that they had no issue gunning down looters. Show More Summary

Lil Wayne On Hurricane Katrina Anniversary: 'It’s No Change'

New Orleans native Lil Wayne is adding his name to the growing list of public figures sharing their thoughts and memories on the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. On Tuesday, the rapper chatted with sports reporter Michael Smith...Show More Summary

Making Sense Out of Bryce Williams and the Virginia Shooting

Bryce Williams was a troubled man. This was clear to anyone who recently saw him shoot and kill news reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward on live TV. He also shot the woman being interviewed, Vicki Gardner, who survived her wounds after surgery. Show More Summary

Judge Refuses To Delay Trial For Ex-Cop Charged In Dashcam Beating

A former police officer shown on a dashcam video beating an unarmed black driver during a traffic stop early this year will face trial on Oct. 5, despite his attorney’s protests. The police department in the Detroit suburb of Inkster,...Show More Summary

Martin Luther King Jr. Delivered His 'I Have A Dream' Speech 52 Years Ago Today

Friday marks the 52nd anniversary of the March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. gave his historic "I Have A Dream" address.  On Aug. 28, 1963, more than 200,000 individuals converged on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

Racial Disparities Still Rage On In New Orleans, But It Isn't All Bad News

It’s easy to miss. Drive too fast along the bridge connecting the greater New Orleans area to the city’s predominantly black Lower Ninth Ward -- over a large, muddy body of water and across sparse land -- and you’ll likely pass the words...Show More Summary

No Retrial For White Cop Who Killed Unarmed Black Man Jonathan Ferrell

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- North Carolina state prosecutors announced Friday that they won't retry a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man, saying that talking with jurors after the mistrial helped convince them they cannot get a conviction. Show More Summary

The Big Problem With Calling African Fashion 'Tribal'

You don't need to be a veteran style editor or a high-profile blogger to recognize the huge influence African culture has on the fashion industry. From the runways of J unya Watanabe  to the racks of H&M, designers and brands have reinterpreted...Show More Summary

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