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Ja Rule On Fyre Festival: 'NOT MY FAULT'

For years, people have asked one question: Where is Ja? Finally, we know the answer: On Twitter and pointing the fingers. Following reports that his luxury musical festival ? named the Fyre Festival and located on a “remote and private”...Show More Summary

'Get Out' Is The Year's First Oscar Contender

It feels like Oscar season just ended, but “Get Out” is already getting into next year’s contest. Oscar campaigns typically rev up around Labor Day with the Telluride, Venice and Toronto film festivals, where many of the hopeful contenders premiere. Show More Summary

Michelle Obama Surprises Ellen On 20th Anniversary Of Her Coming Out

This is much more than “Puppy” love. Twenty years ago, Ellen DeGeneres’ sitcom character Ellen Morgan came out in “The Puppy Episode” of her show “Ellen.” DeGeneres also came out in real life. The comedian celebrated the anniversary throughout her show on Friday, which included an appearance by Oprah, who played her therapist in the iconic episode. Show More Summary

Michelle Obama Reveals Why She Won't Ever Run For Office

Former first lady Michelle Obama said again on Thursday that she has no interest in running for office. “It’s all well and good until you start running, and then the knives come out,” she said in Orlando, according to the Orlando Sentinel. Show More Summary

New Heineken Ad Shows Power Of Connecting Across Political Divides

Can people with drastically opposing political views still find common ground? That’s the question behind Heineken’s new advertisement, “Worlds Apart,” in which strangers participate in a social experiment, meeting to build some furniture and get to know each other. Show More Summary

New Heineken Ad Shows Power Of Connecting Across Political Divides

Can people with drastically opposing political views still find common ground? That’s the question behind Heineken’s new advertisement, “Worlds Apart,” in which strangers participate in a social experiment, meeting to build some furniture and get to know each other. Show More Summary

Salma Hayek Gives The Mexican Slang Lesson You Didn't Know You Needed

While President Donald Trump hopes to build a wall between Mexico and the United States, Salma Hayek wants to make sure there’s never a language barrier. In a fun Vanity Fair video posted Wednesday, Hayek, the star of “How To Be A Latin Lover” and a native of Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, gives a fun lesson in Mexican slang. Show More Summary

‘If You Take Out Kenan Thompson, The Studio Will Explode'

Kenan Thompson took the stage in an oversized three-piece suit and an awkward wig bursting with Jheri curls. He looked, objectively speaking, completely and utterly ridiculous. Seconds before, a BET logo flashed across the screen asShow More Summary

21 Dazzling Photos Of Jazz Legend Ella Fitzgerald Over The Years

Ella Fitzgerald’s voice was so powerful and sultry that it makes sense why she is often referred to as the First Lady of Song. But that’s not the only moniker she was given for her earth-shattering voice. In the nearly 80 years she lived,...Show More Summary

Adoption Is A Feminist Issue, But Not For The Reasons You Think

This piece by Liz Latty originally appeared on The Establishment, an independent multimedia site founded and run by women. In their efforts to cure what they see as a moral crisis infecting our nation, the anti-choice movement has historically...Show More Summary

Mexico's Military Is A Lethal Killing Force – Should It Really Be Deployed As Police?

Luis Gómez Romero, University of Wollongong There is nothing noble about war. In the words of the Spanish-American philosopher and poet George Santayana, it “wastes a nation’s wealth, chokes its industries, kills its flower,” and “condemns...Show More Summary

San Antonio Mayor Suggests Atheists Are 'Broken People' Who Cause Poverty

The mayor of San Antonio claims one of the deepest causes of poverty is the lack of a relationship with God. Speaking at a candidates’ forum early this month, Mayor Ivy Taylor was asked what she thought were the “deepest systemic causes of generational poverty” in the city. Show More Summary

J Balvin, Nicky Jam Say They Changed The Notion That Reggaetón Is Misogynist

J Balvin and Nicky Jam have practically become reggaetón royalty in recent years, but they don’t view their brand of reggaetón to be on par with what filled the airwaves in the early 2000s. Both artists sat down with Billboard recently...Show More Summary

Cuba Gooding Sr., R&B Soul Singer, Dead At 72

Cuba Gooding Sr., famed soul singer and father of the Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr., was found dead in a car in Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon, according to TMZ. The singer was 72 years old, with a birthday next week. Gooding was found in a silver Jaguar parked on Ventura Boulevard in Woodland Hills, law enforcement officials said. Show More Summary

Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi's ‘Despacito’ Remix Just Had 2017's Biggest YouTube Debut

Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” has become a worldwide phenomenon since its release in January. With over a billion views on YouTube, the hit is looking like a top contender for song of the summer. Even Justin Bieber is a fan. Show More Summary

Jennifer Hudson Pays Tribute To Whitney Houston After Clive Davis Doc Opens Tribeca

The Tribeca Film Festival knows how to nail a kickoff. By the time the crowd was exiting Radio City Music Hall after the world premiere of the documentary “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives” on Wednesday night, Jennifer Hudson...Show More Summary

Jennifer Hudson Teaches Stephen Colbert A Thing Or Two About Gospel Music

When the spirit moves Jennifer Hudson, she doesn’t need much prompting to burst out in song. The singer and actress spontaneously showed off her incredible vocal range while appearing as a guest on Stephen Colbert’s “The Late Show” on...Show More Summary

Bill O’Reilly's Fox News Career Was Rife With Years Of Offensive Comments

Bill O’Reilly no longer has a job at Fox News after allegations of him sexually harassing female colleagues caused activists to rail against the network and its advertisers earlier this month. But O’Reilly, who has worked at Fox News...Show More Summary

Drake Calls Out 'Offensive' California Country Club For 'Racial Profiling'

Drake had an experience during the annual Coachella festival last weekend that was quite “offensive,” according to the Grammy Award winner. On Sunday, the “Fake Love” singer posted an image on Instagram of local La Quinta, California,...Show More Summary

"What's Going On?": Race, Brutality And Injustice Since Rodney King

On April 2, 1939, legendary R&B and soul singer Marvin Gaye was born. Known for a body of masterpieces, his musical genius spans an impressive thematic continuum from romance and sexual liberation to social justice. “There’s too many of you crying […], / there’s too many of you dying […]. Show More Summary

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