And the Nominees Are...
People's Champ Award
Say 'Hola, ¿Cómo Estás?' to the Man With the Song of the Summer
'The Get Down' Should Be Your New Favorite Series ASAP
B(l)ack to School Movies
The Cast of Living Single: Where Are They Now?
Too Much! Twitter Drags Shad Moss to Hell With #BowWowAintBeenPoppinSince
XXX: Five Signs That You Might Be Addicted to Porn
10 Celebrity Pregnancy Style Secrets
11 Pieces to Step Up Your Workout Game
President Obama Visits Baton Rouge After Criticism That He's Late
Justin Gatlin vs. Usain Bolt
First White President
Hip Hop Awards
Real Husbands of Hollywood
How to Rock: Denim
HIP HOP AWARDS
REAL HUSBANDS OF HOLLYWOOD
HOW TO ROCK: DENIM
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With the trial looming in Arkansas over the killing of Ernest Hoskins Jr., a Black man shot by his white boss, the family of the victim is angry.
Ernest Hoskins Jr.'s boss has been charged with first-degree murder. Hoskins was shot in early November at his boss' (Chris Reynolds) house during a work lunch.
The family of Ernest Hoskins Jr. says they are irate that the killer remains free two months after the killing.
Sheriff's transcripts released Friday indicate deputies didn't fire a single shot during the final two hours of a standoff with Christopher Dorner.
Three horrific shootings of young Black men in the last year paint a chilling portrait of race relations.
Corey Reynolds talks on his career and more!
Chris Bosh's jumper from the left baseline with 39.6 seconds left after a nifty snap pass by LeBron James broke the ninth and final tie of the game, giving the Heat an 88-86 win over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 3 of the NBA finals on Sunday night.
Miami opens the title series in Oklahoma City on Tuesday night. The Heat got there by outscoring Boston 28-15 in the fourth quarter, with the "Big Three" of Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and LeBron James scoring every Miami point.
Ray Allen signed with Miami Heat and will take less money for a chance at another NBA championship.
The Miami Heat needed help to win. And the Oklahoma City Thunder accommodated them, with mistake after mistake.