The daytime talk show host just can't seem to stop putting her foot in her mouth this year.
Marc stopped by Global Grind's offices to promote his new book Nobody: Casualties of America’s War on the Vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond, and his role as the host of VH1's new late night talk show VH1 Live!
J. Cole’s only regret was that he was too young for Nia Long. Well she disagrees! In an interview with Larry King the actress discussed why she’s mentioned in rap songs, including J. Cole’s “No Role Modelz” source:http://thesource.com/2016/05/05/nia-long-on-j-coles-no-role-modelz-lyric-hes-really-not-too-young/
CNN's Host of United Shades of America, W. Kamau Bell talks KKK, Trump & More with Reec!
"Diamond and Silk," who "Stump for Trump," appeared on Thursday's edition of NewsOne Now to share why they have decided to support Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
On Monday's edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed Trump's assertion of doing well among African-American voters and the possibility of the GOP's front-runner winning the Republican presidential nomination.
Fulton writes that Clinton's emphasis on the Black Lives Matter movement and her promise to continue President Obama's efforts to enact gun reform if elected influenced her decision.
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has taken a few hits recently when it comes to diversity outreach, but the candidate has a supporter in CNN's Michaela Pereira, who came to her defense after a Donald Trump supporter claimed she was using her gender to get ahead in the polls.
When Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer discussed corporate diversity during an interview with CNN’s Poppy Harlow, social media blew up with criticism from White people who believed the Black executive was pushing a racist agenda. We know, however, that a much-needed diversity talk in corporate America will do more good than harm. @michelekirkBPR Time to boycott Sam's. […]
Trump endured repeated attacks from one-time presumed front-runner Jeb Bush and other competitors as they joined in opposition to his call to ban Muslims from the United States. The debate came in the aftermath of terror attacks in San Bernardino, California, and Paris.