The suspect in a Wednesday night triple shooting that left one dead has been identified as 51-year-old Adam Purinton of Olathe, Kan. Purinton allegedly told a bartender in Clinton, Mo. that he had killed two Middle Eastern men before he was arrested about five hours after the shooting.
The controversial hazing that some say still occurs in black Greek organizations is being brought to the forefront in the upcoming Netflix original movie Burning Sands.
Irish singer Sinead O’Connor once accused Arsenio Hall of providing drugs to Prince, and now she’s apologizing, since a hefty lawsuit was looming over her head.
Though I still wish Andy Cohen would stop pushing all the black people into separate franchises (and let some other women of color who aren’t crazy Jules appear onscreen), the second season of the Real Housewives of Potomac is happening.
It was supposed to be an inspiring speech by an NFL quarterback. Instead, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis “Crab Legs” Winston decided to tell children—that’s right, little boys and girls—that men are strong and women should be silent.
A man who allegedly shot three people at an Austins Bar and Grill in Olathe, Kan., on Wednesday, leaving one dead, was reportedly heard using racial slurs before the incident.
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Looks like the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate is following the Trump playbook to denounce all things it doesn’t like, since it has passed a bill to allow authorities to seize the assets of protesters.
It’s been a while since I watched rasslin, but that looks like a textbook Stinger Splash by a counter-protestor to break through the tape and snatch down a Confederate battle flag being waved by members of South Carolina Secessionist Party. The whole thing was caught on live TV, and it’s very satisfying.
The video below was published in partnership with Peabody Spotlight, a digital series produced by the Peabody Media Center at the University of Georgia in commemoration of Black History Month.
Editor’s note: During Black History Month, the focus is usually on historical figures who loomed larger than life, paving the way for the progress we experience today. But black history isn’t just about telling stories of our past. History is being made every day and has been made throughout our lives; it’s not just…
I first met Jacqueline Craig in an investigation room of the Fort Worth (Texas) City Jail the night she was arrested. By the time I arrived at the jail, the video of her encounter with Police Officer William Martin had just begun to go viral and spark outrage all over the country.
Mike Pence is Lucifer if instead of creating hell after being drop-kicked out of heaven, Lucifer decided to land in Indiana and become a politician.
An off-duty Los Angeles police officer has been captured on cellphone video discharging his gun during a physical altercation with a 13-year-old boy.
I’m not much of a crier. But for the last couple of months, I can count on crying, or at least getting misty-eyed, every Tuesday night thanks to NBC’s This Is Us. And during this week’s episode, and through all of the spoilers on social media, even after watching it On Demand, I sobbed like a baby for at least a good…
At this point I’m convinced that President Asshat is trolling us. That he believes none of the stuff he says or does, and in the end he’s just re-enacting the “Black Bush” skit played brilliantly by Dave Chappelle on Chappelle’s Show.
Last August, rapper T-Pain made a public plea for people to help find Tavon Jackson, the man accused of killing his niece Jovana Glover while she was working at a West Tallahassee, Fla., Walgreens.
Rihanna has joined the likes of Arthur Ashe and James Earl Jones after being named the 2017 Harvard University Humanitarian of the Year. Rihanna will be on Harvard’s campus next Tuesday to accept the Peter J. Gomes Humanitarian Award.
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