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Roots Trailer: A+E Remakes the Epic Miniseries

HISTORY premieres Roots on Memorial Day 2016, airing over four consecutive nights beginning Monday, May 30 The post Roots Trailer: A+E Remakes the Epic Miniseries appeared first on

Villanova Wildcats: The quietest No. 1 team ever

On Monday, the Villanova Wildcats ascended to the top spot in the AP Poll for the first time in school history. They also grabbed the No. 1 ranking in the Coaches Poll. Teams don’t reach such heights by accident or by being invisible, but Villanova is the least-discussed No. Show More Summary

Concussion Increases Suicide Risk Threefold, Especially in People Injured on the Weekend

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Adults with a history of concussion have a threefold higher risk for suicide compared with the general population, according to a new study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. The study is a grim reminder that...Show More Summary

NH Primary Down To Donald Trump’s Watermelon-Sized Balls, Ted Cruz’s Vagina

In Manchester, New Hampshire, Monday night, Donald Trump continued an unbroken string of getting away with crap that would have sunk any other campaign in history, enthusiastically repeating a supporter’s shout that Ted Cruz is a pussy for hesitating even slightly at reinstating torture as official U.S. policy. At this point we’re morbidly wondering how

Debbie Allen and Alvin Ailey Dancers Visit the White House for Black History Month Event

Fifty-one black dancers graced the White House for a Black History Month celebration Monday.

WWE News: ‘Monday Night Raw’ Results & Updated ‘Fastlane’ Card — Daniel Bryan Retires & Title Match Booked

The episode of WWE Monday Night Raw that aired on February 9, 2016 will go down as one of the most emotional nights for the WWE Universe in the history of professional wrestling. That emotion had nothing to do with Brock Lesnar beating down Dean Ambrose or laying out Roman Reigns with a table. Show More Summary

The White House Hosted 51 Black Female Dancers to Celebrate Black History Month

2 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

It's not a secret that Michelle Obama knows how to bust a move. Cue the scene of her breaking it down at the White House Easter Egg roll and another of her showing Ellen how to groove to "Uptown Funk."Monday, it seemed only natural that she opened her home for... More »

Super Bowl 50 is history, so where is the NFL heading now? Back to Los Angeles for starters

2 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Von Miller arrived at the media center by police escort Monday morning, moving briskly through the city streets on his way to the Super Bowl 50 most-valuable-player news conference. His path to the quarterback the night before was even quicker. The Denver linebacker had 21/2 sacks of Carolina Panthers...

"I Was Far Too Bullish": Jeremy Siegel Admits Things Are Really, Really Bad Out There

Well, no one ever accused Jeremy Siegel of being bearish, but now he is at least less bullish after witnessing one of the worst Januarys for stocks in history. "I was far too bullish last December," Siegel told CNBC on Monday, on the...Show More Summary

2015 sets record for most shark attacks, with 98 worldwide

Experts say 2015 saw a record-setting 98 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide, including 30 in Florida alone. The Florida Museum of Natural History released the numbers Monday. Scientists say the previous record was 88 attacks in 2000. International Shark Attack File curator George Burgess says attacks...

Christie Reminds Stephanopoulos of His History as Dem ‘Operative’

A testy Chris Christie reminded George Stephanopoulos of his political “operative” past on Monday, hitting the Good Morning America co-host for bringing up the New Jersey governor’s low poll ratings. The former aide to Bill Clinton quizzed, “You have invested so much time and money in New Hampshire, though...still in sixth place, if you can't win there, where can you win?”

Super Bowl MVP Miller Credits Peyton, Coaches for Win

Super Bowl MVP Von Miller etched his place in NFL history but on Monday was full of praise for Peyton Manning, saying the Denver Broncos' triumph was about much more than just his dominant defensive effort.

The Puppy Bowl Combine has already won Super Bowl week

ESPN has done perhaps its most significant and important work in its near 40 year history.  More significant than SportsCenter or Outside the Lines.  More significant than the World Cup or Monday Night Football.  More significant even than “Who’s Now?” And it can be summarized in just two words. Show More Summary

Talking To Your Kids About Important Facts And Figures In Black History 

Actual conversation with my 6 year old last month: L: Mommy, don't forget I don't have school on Monday because it's Martin Luther King Day Me: I know. Do you know who Martin Luther King is and what he did? L: He pronounced to the whole world that we should be equal. Show More Summary

National Museum of African American History and Culture Scheduled to Open Sept. 24

The long-awaited National Museum of African American History and Culture will open on Sept. 24 in Washington D.C., the Smithsonian Institution announced on Monday, the Associated Press reports.

The 50 greatest moments in Super Bowl history, Nos. 30-21

We continue our countdown of the best Super Bowl moments with Nos. 21-30.Monday: Nos. 41-50Tuesday: Nos. 31-40Today: Nos. 21-30Thursday: Nos. 11-20Friday: Nos. 1-10 No. 30: Neil O'Donnell to Larry Brown, Super Bowl XXXTrailing 20-17 with about four minutes remaining, Steelers quarterback Neil O'Donnell...

A history of black contestants on ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Bachelorette’

On Monday night, Jubilee Sharpe was eliminated from the The Bachelor. Although she struggled to cope with the difficult emotions brought up by the group-dating experience, the 24-year-old war veteran is undeniably gorgeous, bright, and funny, and seemed genuinely attracted to star Ben Higgins. Show More Summary

Sanders Refuses to Concede Iowa

Declaring that his campaign "made history" Monday night in Iowa, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders refused to concede the state's caucuses Tuesday in New Hampshire as he claimed momentum in the homestretch before the Granite State's first-in-the-nation primary next week. Show More Summary

CBS Touts Hillary’s Big Lead with Super-Delegates; Still ‘Made History’ Despite Close Finish

Tuesday’s CBS Evening News offered three segments recapping the results of Monday’s Iowa caucuses and in covering the Democratic side, touted Hillary Clinton as having “made history” despite the near-tie with socialist Senator Bernie Sanders plus how she’s already past 15 percent of her way to the nomination based on the superdelegates she’s already amassed.

NBA Star DeMarcus Cousins & His Team Cancel Controversial T-Shirt Giveaway During Black History Month! Find Out Why!

This was a close call. The NBA's Sacramento Kings were planning on a "Year Of The Monkey" promotion to celebrate the Chinese New Year on Monday night, and it included black t-shirts with a monkey image on them. Related: Drake & Kevin Hart Will Face Off At The NBA Celeb Game! Nothing wrong with that — but Monday [...]

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