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21 Striking Photos Of Black Millennials Who Declare 'We, Too, Are America'

This Black History Month, HuffPost Black Voices is declaring “We, Too, Are America” and we held an event in Harlem on Monday to acknowledge and celebrate this theme. While black history is something we acknowledge all the time on HuffPost...Show More Summary

A.V. Club Live: Was announcing the new Bachelorette worth spoiling this season?

ABC made a little bit of Bachelorette history in two ways on Monday. First, it revealed the identity of the next Bachelorette, Rachel, a lawyer who also marks the first time the show has cast a black Bachelorette. Secondly, however,Show More Summary

Chris Harrison: Sorry for The Bachelor Spoilers!

Bachelor history was made on Monday night. Following weeks of rumors, it was confirmed that Rachel Lindsay will be The Bachelorette on Season 13, making her the first African-American to anchor the franchise. The announcement was mostly...Show More Summary

Rachel Lindsay Discusses Making History as The First Black Bachelorette: ‘It’s No Different Than Any Other Bachelorette’

After 12 seasons of The Bachelorette featuring only white women in the titular role, it was announced on Monday evening that Bachelor contestant Rachel Lindsay — a 31-year-old lawyer from Texas — has officially been cast as the next season’s leading lady. Although the news was welcomed with open arms ... More »

Meet Rachel Lindsay: 6 things to know about the first black Bachelorette

Monday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, ABC announced the first African-American lead in Bachelor franchise history: Rachel Lindsay will be the first-ever black Bachelorette for the show's 13th season. There have been 21 seasons of The Bachelor. Show More Summary

Rachel Lindsay Is The First Black ‘Bachelorette’

History has been made in Bachelor Nation as Rachel Lindsay has become the first black "Bachelorette." Host Chris Harrison made the announcement on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday night.

Rachel Lindsay named ABC's first black "Bachelorette"

ABC has named a black woman as its "Bachelorette" for the first time in the show's history. Rachel Lindsay will lead the 13th season of "The Bachelor" spinoff. The announcement came Monday night on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." The news is somewhat of a spoiler for fans of the ongoing season of "The...

PC '24' Introduces First Gay Characters; Reveals White Terrorist Framed Muslim

In Monday night's third episode, “2:00 PM -3:00 PM,” of Fox’s 24: Legacy, the drama introduced the first gay characters in the history of the series. Seems no show today can be without at least one LGBTQ character and storyline.

The Monday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by pleather.Recommended Reading:On Twitter, Cristi Smith-Jones is doing an amazing Black History Month photo project with her 5-year-old daughter, in which they recreate photos of "one incredible black woman every day in Feb." Check out her timeline to see the terrific photos. Show More Summary

Genius Behind Suicide Squad Now Fifth in Line For the Presidency

5 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

On Monday night, the United States senate confirmed the executive producer of Suicide Squad, Steven Mnuchin, as Treasury Secretary. This is, perhaps, the most twisted presidential cabinet in our nation’s history. Read more...

UConn women’s basketball wins its 100th straight game

There is nothing in contemporary sports that compares to UConn’s dominance. UConn women’s basketball is the greatest dynasty in modern college sports history. The Huskies hammered that home on Monday night by winning their 100th consecutive game, outlasting No. Show More Summary

Elon Musk's Big Autonomous Car Prediction Comes With A Lot Of Catches

5 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Tesla founder Elon Musk, a man whose history is peppered with promises and goals he failed to meet, offered up a doozy on Monday about our tech-heavy future: nearly all new vehicles will be capable of full autonomy within 10 years. But even if that’s true, we’re nowhere close to figuring everything else out that goes… Read more...

ETF links: locked-in valuations

Mondays are all about ETFs here at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the history...

Germany's AfD votes to expel lawmaker who criticized Holocaust memorial

BERLIN (Reuters) - Right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) members voted on Monday to expel one of the party's state leaders who criticized a memorial in Berlin to victims of the Nazi Holocaust and said history should be rewritten to focus on German victims.

RedState’s Water Cooler 2/12/17 – Open Thread – Ex Parte Merryman

After the addition of new writers to the RedState Water Cooler (welcome aboard, all, now I’m not the n00b any more!) the RedState Department of History has moved from every other Monday to each Sunday (I know, I know, lucky you, right?) Well, maybe not. Show More Summary

The S&P Has Now Gone 36 Days Without A 1% Intraday Move: The Longest Streak In History

Heading into Monday's session, the S&P had gone for 34 consecutive trading sessions in which it hadn't experienced an intraday move greater than 1%: according to the WSJ's Market Data Group, this was the longest such streak going back over two decades, to 1995. Show More Summary

DeMarcus Cousins already has 16 technical fouls — before the all-star break

DeMarcus Cousins made history on Monday, but not the kind Sacramento Kings fans probably want to brag to their friends about. The 26-year-old collected his 16th technical foul during the team’s 112-107 loss to the Chicago Bulls to become the fastest player ever to hit this mark since the 16-technical-foul rule was implemented ahead of […]

WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW In Person Reaction 2/6/2017

Portland, Oregon is a city rich in history when it comes to professional wrestling. Starting with the territory owned by Don Owens, it saw the rise of performers like Billy Jack Haynes, Jimmy Snuka, and the legendary “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. Show More Summary

All the times Britain celebrated the Queen's jubilees in the most British way imaginable

The Queen made history on Monday as she became the first British monarch ever to reach a Sapphire Jubilee, 65 years on the throne.   There are no official celebrations planned, as her majesty will be spending the day privately in Sandringham...Show More Summary

ETF links: doing well by your partners

Mondays are all about ETFs here at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the history...

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