Much has been written about Donald Trump’s improbable presidential candidacy. Many analysts believe that a key factor is prejudice among his overwhelmingly white supporters. Trump’s candidacy has few modern parallels in terms of theShow More Summary
Click here for reuse options! There's a new key to unlocking the mystery of inequality between black and white citizens. As an undergraduate at Brown University in the 1970s, William Darity, Jr. expected to learn the reasons behind the inequality he’d seen all around him growing up in the Middle East and North Carolina. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton inserted a sly remark near the end of her speech from a Baptist church pulpit here on Sunday, telling the crowd, “I’m not going to tell you who to vote for.” She didn’t need to, of course. The black congregants who packed the pews laughed and applauded, and when Clinton finished...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Several black judges in Ohio's longest-running voting lawsuit have written emotionally charged dissents recalling the historic fight for voting rights. The case in the key battleground state centers on rules that disqualify thousands of absentee and provisional ballots with certain minor mistakes or omissions.
Bengt Holmström has been jointly awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences with Oliver Hart “for their contributions to contract theory”. This column outlines his key contributions.
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Alicia Keys and Chance the Rapper came together yesterday for Keep a Child Alive’s 13th annual Black Ball charity event, “an evening of music and philanthropy to reignite the spirit of 80’s activism to end AIDS,” which Keys also hosted, and which featured other performances from Salt-N-Pepa, Patti Smith, and A$AP Rocky, all of which were live streamed […]
Keys also teamed with ASAP Rocky at the Black Ball charity event in New York City.
Last night, at Keep a Child Alive ’s 13th annual Black Ball charity event, Chance the Rapper and Alicia Keys joined together on stage at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. They played a medley of both songs called “Blessings” from Chance’s Coloring Book mixtape. Show More Summary
Naturi Naughton Looks Beautiful In Blue At The “Keep A Child Alive Black Ball” Alicia Keys continued her “no makeup” spree as she hosted her annual “Keep A Child Alive” Black Ball in NYC last night. She looks great but
Capping off a busy week for both of them, Chance the Rapper and A$AP Rocky were among the performers at last night’s Black Ball, an annual event held by Alicia Keys and her charity Keep a Child Alive. Since not many of us have the money or influence to attend a New York blacktie event, […]
Alicia Keys is fresh-faced and gorgeous while attending the 2016 Keep a Child Alive Black Ball at Hammerstein Ballroom on Wednesday evening (October 19) in New York City. The 35-year-old singer and Voice coach, who co-founded the organization, was joined by hubby Swizz Beatz, as well as Padma Lakshmi and Clive Davis. Alicia recently revealed [...]
Tidal is going hard on the charity events this week — and so is Alicia Keys. This weekend, Tidal livestreamed their own Tidal X benefit concert featuring Alicia Keys, and tonight, they’re streaming Keys’ AIDS nonprofit Keep A Child Alive’s 14th annual Black Ball. Keys is again performing, along with A$AP Rocky, Chance The Rapper, […]
Keep a Child Alive, the organization co-founded by Alicia Keys to bring treatment and care to children and families affected by HIV, is holding its 13th annual Black Ball tonight at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. The event will feature performances from A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper, Patti Smith, Salt-N-Pepa, and Keys herself. Show More Summary
Alicia Keys, Patti Smith, and Salt-N-Pepa round out the lineup.
Just one day after Lady Gaga had to unleash her wrath on the Chainsmokers for daring to speak ill of her new single "Perfect Illusion," today another man has unwisely chosen to criticize her work. The Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney, who's known for getting involved in many a beef, appeared ... More »
The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney recently shared some choice words on Lady Gaga’s new Joanne single “Perfect Illusion.” It would be fair to say, he really, really, didn’t like her new song, produced by Mark Ronson, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, and Bloodpop. Show More Summary
The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney appeared on last night’s episode of “Vice News Tonight”–Vice’s latest program for HBO. He was part of a new segment called “Patrick Carney’s High Music Standards Corner,” where he listens to new music and critiques it. Show More Summary
Last night, HBO’s new nightly news show VICE News Tonight debuted a segment called Patrick Carney’s High Standards Music Corner, a recurring feature in which the Black Keys drummer tells the audience what he thinks of recently released songs. For its inaugural edition, Carney shares his opinion on OneRepublic (“I wouldn’t mind if it came […]