Kate Middleton visited a children’s organization in Harlem today, during the first official stop of her three-day trip to New York City.
Pine Ridge Elementary School has come under fire after school officials used metal handcuffs to restrain a 6-year-old special-needs boy.
Shirley Ann Jackson of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York is the highest earning president at a private U.S. college or university.
Many Black sports figures have saluted Garner by wearing T-shirts with the protest slogan, “I Can’t Breathe.”
A friend of the family discovered Miss Sharon had fallen ill.
The new Claim it! app, which launched today, offers free swag to users, and all they have to do is watch a 15-second video ad in exchange.
The NFL has denied the request of the St. Louis Police Officer’s Association to discipline several St. Louis Rams players for their “hands up, don’t shoot” protest prior to yesterday’s game.
Elizabeth Lauten’s Facebook apology wasn’t enough to fix the pickle she found herself in after calling Malia and Sasha Obama “classless.”
Two women, including former supermodel Janice Dickinson, have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault, and both NBC and Netflix have dropped upcoming projects with the comic.
Don Lemon essentially asked Bill Cosby rape accuser, Joan Tarshis, why she didn’t bite Cosby instead of performing oral sex on the comedian.