Matthew Purse was one of the most malevolent characters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. The horrifying extent of his extremism has gone unreported, until now.
"It's a journey," the Botswanan track star captioned a video that shows him working out with his training buddy.
The “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” actor is making noise for his portrayal of the hip-hop legend. But he’s not stopping there.
An app would let domestic workers accrue pay they’re owed — but in practice rarely get — to take sick days or care for loved ones.
"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" spoof of the vaccine-refusing Brooklyn Nets star is “rated ‘M’ for maybe you should have just gotten vaccinated.”
“It’s not fair to treat people like I was treated,” said one Haitian woman who was deported from Del, Rio Texas. “I’m not a criminal.”
According to a new report, women and people of color are still a long way from reaching proportional representation as TV creators, writers and directors.
John James Audubon enslaved and sold people, and his writings promoted the idea of white supremacy.
“You said you want a safe working environment at Netflix. Well, it seems like I’m the only one who can’t go to the office anymore,” he says to trans Netflix staff.
Myrna Pérez, 47, will now be a lifetime judge on a U.S. appeals court.
The premiere episode of the HBO show’s final season ended with a bang that gave viewers a lot to say.
Watching Issa Rae’s series was the ultimate communal experience for Black TV viewers — and to see it come to an end is bittersweet.
"The Daily Show" host imagined the ex-president won't take long to deviate from posting "truths" on Truth Social.
GOP senators took turns making false and offensive claims about “a male wearing a skirt" involved in a Virginia sexual assault case.
The NBA legend praised the Brooklyn Nets for benching Irving and slammed comparisons with boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Reproductive justice advocates warned the country about a domino effect after S.B. 8 became law. It has already started.
The 28-year-old teacher didn't win with Bachelor Matt James. But on Tuesday's premiere, the ball is in her court.
“I felt such a horror. I felt so bad,” the music legend said of the 1973 incident.
A judge approved the rapper’s petition to go by "Ye," without a middle or last name.
Reports of hate crimes against Asians increased 76% amid the pandemic, according to data from the FBI's latest Hate Crime Statistics report.