The 10-part adaptation of Colson Whitehead's novel should disrupt your TV-watching habits. The “Moonlight” director says to take your time with it.
The president has refused to echo the international community’s push for a cease-fire in Gaza, where hundreds of people, mostly Palestinians, have been killed.
As is typical, the court did not comment in turning away the case.
Wanda Sykes co-created and stars in a new Netflix Original set in the Midwest.
Pride organizers urged law enforcement to “acknowledge their harm,” though one LGBTQ group said it was disheartened by the "shameful" decision.
"From casual inquiries about how to pronounce specific names to more pointed questions about how to make the workplace more accommodating to people of color, I was the go-to person."
The Brooklyn Center City Council passed a progressive resolution that will serve as a road map for the city and other areas to overhaul its public safety system.
Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa Bryant, accepted her husband's posthumous induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame with Michael Jordan at her side.
"When the Supreme Court's decision finally etched itself upon the country, the social stuff of that imprinting behaved in ways other than intended."
The "Living Single" creator, who's the showrunner of new series “Run The World,” has mastered the art of showing female friendships on TV