Star Jones

Queer Voices
"I am capable of loving both sexes, and I have done both."
Fortunately, Donna got the treatment she needed and is alive to share these stories. I appreciate her willingness to let me use these details because they paint a powerful cautionary tale.
"Diversity is never a non-issue, regardless of the balance in your bank account or your name recognition."
Star Jones is President of Professional Diversity Network. A former Senior District Attorney for the City of New York, she previously served as an NBC News Legal Correspondent and Analyst over the last two decades. From 1997 to 2006, she was co-host of ABC's hit daytime show The View.
Former host of "The View" Star Jones joins HuffPost Live to share her thoughts on the future of the long-running ABC daytime talk show.
Culture & Arts
The Apollo Theater has transformed the lives of many singers that performed on its stage such as Stevie Wonder, James Brown and Lauryn Hill. But sometimes in a transcendent moment the lives of audience members are forever changed as well.
To relieve your stress and assist in selecting the perfect gift, I enlisted a few of my fabulous girlfriends including; Star Jones, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Kym Gold, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Sunny Hostin, Dr. Margena Christian and Peggy VanDeweghe.
Star Jones is working on a new talk show, she told Fishbowl NY on Friday. "I don’t think the single-host format will be successful
Jones told HuffPost Live hosts Marc Lamont Hill and Alicia Menendez that she would open up one of the spots at her conference
The audience -- which included S. Epatha Merkerson, Star Jones, Christine Quinn, LuAnn de Lesseps, "Millionaire Matchmaker
Women are being targeted. We are falling prey to a silent enemy. An enemy most of us didn't even know we had. But it has its sights set on us. And in 2010, it was set on me.
What do Tom Hanks, Star Jones, Kathy Griffin, Raven Symone, John Cena, Zac Efron and Cher have in common? They all want you
Black Voices
In the weeks before Election Day, voters are again being targeted with intimidation tactics and deceptive practices to confuse or scare them out of casting a ballot. In Ohio and Wisconsin, for example, billboards popped up in primarily African-American neighborhoods with messages such as "Voter Fraud is a Felony! Up to 3½ YRS and a $10,000 Fine," designed to alarm and confuse residents.
Alec Baldwin's dramatic weight loss has not gone unnoticed by his celebrity friends. The change prompted "The Good Wife" star
"Don't get me in a war with Star Jones now," Cooper said. "I said my piece on Star Jones, I am not one to have a feud. She
Star Jones feels that her concerns about Paris Jackson speaking out via Twitter have not been accurately represented in the
While Paris Jackson has been keeping the world up to date on everything that has been going on with her family's recent drama