Following a ruling from a judge in Montgomery County, PA, 78-year-old Bill Cosby will now stand trial for sexual assault—11 years after survivor Andrea Constand first pressed charges against the entertainer.
Monday saw another disappointment for many in the Black community, as a police officer who involved in the murder of Freddie Gray, the black man who suffered a fatal spinal cord injury while in police custody, was acquitted on four charges. This brought up questions about whether or not any of the six police officers who were charged would be convicted in connection with Gray’s death.
The Obama Administration is creating historic moments and stories that will be passed down for generations to come.
The newest announcement is that Eric Fanning is now the first openly gay Army secretary of the United States, which the Senate confirmed last Tuesday evening. This news comes about five years after the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” which did not allow gay and lesbian service members to talk about their sexuality publicly.
There’s a new movie on the horizon that is putting a spotlight on activism in the best kind of nontraditional way.
It’s been more than a month since Beyoncé released her second visual album, Lemonade that discussed many personal issues and triumphs like infidelity, female empowerment, and more. She kicked off her tour on April 27 in Miami, Florida and concludes in Nashville, Tennessee. There will be 49 shows in total, 32 in North America and 17 in Europe.
Seeing how DJ Khaled is opening up for her, we know that the show is bound to be something special, even if he’s scared of her.
Last Sunday, President Barack Obama was the commencement speaker at Rutgers University’s 250th Commencement. During his speech, he offered the graduates encouraging words of wisdom as they moved to the future, and he also talked about politics, of course.
It may have been a long time coming but ESPN has launched their African-American sports and culture blog, The Undefeated. It has been in the works for three years.
In National Mental Health Month, it is so nice to have celebrities like Azealia Banks to discuss topics like this, seeing how we know that she will never keep her mouth closed about anything.
It gets scarier to think that Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, especially when the world saw it as a joke that he was running. As we get closer to the final race, it seems like the race will be Clinton v. Trump. And, in a new poll, it looks like Clinton may be winning.
By: Sam Fleming
Kanye West has evolved greatly over the years since his 2004 debut single “All falls down.” He has had some great moments and some not so great moments. But, his albums have been all over the place.
Here is our thorough ranking of his albums with from worst to best. Use the numbered pages below to toggle through the rankings.