“My family voted for him, donated to him and are now being thrown under the bus by him,” Brad Raffensperger wrote in an op-ed published Wednesday.
The "Blinding Lights" singer, one of the year's most surprising omissions, demanded "transparency" from the Recording Academy.
Obama slammed Donald Trump's coronavirus failures and got "crushed" by Stephen Colbert in a game of wastepaper basketball on "The Late Show."
"Happiest Season," "Lovers Rock" and "The Nest" will keep you entertained through whatever turkey-related coma awaits.
The artist and activist teamed up with Citi for its "True Name" initiative, allowing trans and gender-nonconforming people to reflect their true selves.
In 2017, disturbing video showed police officers confronting the Michigan child at her home. She died on Sunday after contracting COVID-19, her family said.
Personal reflections inspired by the HBO Original "Between The World And Me."
The rapper went after the awards show, which has long been criticized as racist, tweeting she should've won Best New Artist in 2012 over Bon Iver.
The pontiff spoke favorably about protests for racial justice, while criticizing "populist leaders" and those who rail against coronavirus restrictions.
Jerome Adams said coronavirus safety guidelines "apply to the White House, they apply to the American people, they apply to everyone."