Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is hoping to provide new policing procedures as the city’s law enforcement agency continues to find itself under public scrutiny.
Some of our favorite sports stars are redirecting their passion on-the-court to major off-the-court issues.
Through a partnership between Everytown for Gun Safety, a gun safety advocacy group, and the NBA, basketball stars like Steph Curry, Chris Paul, and Carmelo Anthony, are working on an ad-campaign to bring awareness to gun violence and the stories of gun violence survivors.
Christmas is only a few days away, and we wanted a share 10 songs that are making the rounds on our Christmas playlist this year.
Enjoy and happy holidays!
Everyone is freaking out after Steve Harvey announced the wrong winner of the Miss Universe pageant on Sunday evening. This is probably the first time that ever happened. This year was also the first time a contestant wore dreadlocks in the Miss World competition. Suffice it to say, it was an exciting weekend in the pageant world.
On Tuesday night, tennis legend Serena Williams not only slayed the Sports Illustrated ceremony held in her honor by wearing her lingerie-inspired black dress, she slayed haters who were mad about her being named ‘”Sportsperson of the Year.”
John Boyega remains unphased by folks who can’t get past racism to join him in a galaxy far, far away.
A Kenyan singer has officially hit the airwaves with one of the best covers yet of Adele’s “Hello.”
Chicago-born and bred singer and rapper Chance the Rapper, 22, born Chancelor Bennett, performed at on SNL this Saturday making him the first independent artist to grace the stage in 41 seasons. What’s more, he performed two songs while staying true to the community that raised him.
The fate of affirmative action currently lays in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court following Wednesday’s oral arguments on whether 25-year-old Abigail Fisher was denied admission to the University of Texas because of her race.