Beyonce’s Mrs. Carter World Tour costumes get an upgrade for the #Beyhive as the tour prepares to wrap at the end of March.
“Everything I do, I want to progress my people first, and then I want to have fun,” says Nate Parker, while offering advice to young Black actors, during the Non-Stop premiere.
Barkhad Abdi and other actors open up about the reality of being broke while waiting for that big break -and why an Oscar nod isn’t always a golden ticket.
On March 4, the DC Council passed a bill partially decriminalizing marijuana possession and lowering penalties for consumption. Previous marijuana laws in DC encouraged racial disparities.
Though New Orleans is experiencing unusual cold, Fat Tuesday festivities were had by all. In fact, one New Orleans cop wobbled through Mardi Gras.
It’s hard for many people to see the error of the legal system when the spokesman, Ray Jasper, is someone we can all agree deserves to be in prison.
Eating lots of meat and cheese in middle age is just as deadly as smoking for retirement-age people, according to new research.
Orlando’s Haitian community mourns Carline Brumaire Jean after authorities discovered her body in a pond.
The final experiments are being conducted in a study of a new HIV drug that will prevent the transmission of the virus from carriers to HIV-negative partners.