Fox News got a lot of problems, and apparently racial discrimination is one. (Surprise?). Two black women filed a federal lawsuit in State Supreme Court in the Bronx on Tuesday night, claiming that they were subjected to “top-down racial harassment” in the Fox News payroll department thanks to longtime comptroller…
Remember Evel Knievel? In the 1970s and ’80s, Robert “Evel” Knievel Jr. leaped into the American zeitgeist and became one of the most famous people in the country by electrifying audiences with his motorcycle stunts.
Filming for King of the South, a film based on the life of American rapper and No Limit Records founder Percy Miller (or Master P as most of us know him), is scheduled to begin in New Orleans, La. this summer.
The New York Police Department is under fire after residents at Brooklyn’s Pink houses accused officers of using a banned chokehold Monday on a teen who seemed to be having some type of seizure during the encounter.
A video of a man on the subway in New York City is sparking online attention, and a conversation about how to respond to hateful, violent threats in public, after he was seen cursing and apparently threatening to kill an Iranian couple who were on the Manhattan train over the weekend.
Campaign Zero co-founder and prominent activist in the Movement for Black Lives DeRay Mckesson is being sued by an unnamed Baton Rouge police officer who claims he was injured during a protest in the city four days after a police officer killed Alton Sterling, and an attorney for Mckesson is urging a federal judge to…
Authorities in Frederick County, Md., said they were able to stop a teenager who was planning violence at her high school because her parents alerted them to her plan.Authorities in Frederick County, Md., said they were able to stop a teenager who was planning violence at her high school because her parents alerted…
File this under “Our messed-up justice system just righted an incredible wrong”: A man who spent 20 years behind bars for a gas station shooting he didn’t commit was freed Tuesday by a Los Angeles County judge.
Updated Tuesday, March 28, 2017, 4:45 p.m. EDT: Unlike the president and House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes, Bill O’Reilly can admit when he’s made a mistake. On Tuesday he tweeted out an apology of sorts after he made fun of Maxine Waters’ hair.
A Florida woman was sentenced to 10 years in prison and five years’ probation after pleading no contest to illegally injecting toxic substances into women’s backsides and causing illness, disfigurement and even death.
If you ever had any doubt that President Vladimir TrumPutin was an un-American shit bag, look no further: The deal-maker who has made no deals since riding Russia’s wave into the White House has turned down the Washington Nationals’ offer to throw out the first pitch on opening day.
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates was supposed to testify before the House Intelligence Committee about the obvious connection between President Vladimir TrumPutin’s campaign staff and Russian officials—that is, until, her attorney claims, the Justice Department applied the brakes.
Uber is a tech company, and like most tech companies, it’s mostly white and mostly male. This is what the transportation-network company’s first diversity report reveals, in news that is perhaps shocking to none.
On a recent trip to Disney World, I had an unusual experience. I rode a ride. It broke. We were evacuated, and a few minutes later, I got a picture on my phone. It was an empty raft sliding down Splash Mountain, taken at precisely the moment I was walking down the emergency stairwell. It was weird.
Rihanna is once again being celebrated. This time she’s set to be honored May 22 at this year’s 69th Parsons Benefit, for the Parsons School of Design, alongside other big names, like designer Eileen Fisher and Neiman Marcus.
The sanctions were supposed to have been lifted. The two nations were supposed to take on ISIS in Syria together. Nuclear treaties were expected to be updated. Pressure on Russia over its aggression in Ukraine was supposed to be eased. So far, none of that has happened. Donald Trump in the White House isn’t exactly…
It’s time for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes to recuse himself from this investigation. He knows that. He’s compromised himself too much to be even remotely impartial, if that was ever going to happen. Nunes was part of President Pee Pee’s transition team, so the idea that he could lead an…
Well, it looks as if Wiz Khalifa’s visit to Colombia did not turn out all that well. The rapper sparked outrage after seemingly paying tribute to Pablo Escobar in the drug lord’s home town of Medellín.