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Q&A: Jill Marie Jones on Girlfriends Reunion
The actress talks her new movie, play and hanging with the girls....


Q&A: Nicole Ari Parker Talks Supporting Black Film
The actress on “35 and Ticking,” and working in two Hollywoods....


Golden Brooks: 'I Will Be the Al Sharpton for the Image of Black Women'
The actress sounds off on the unfair treatment of African-Americans in Hollywood....


New SNL Writer Defends Slavery Jokes
Leslie Jones is in hot water for controversial skit....


Chrissy Teigen on Having Babies with John Legend: "We're Not Really Thinking About It Yet"
They are focusing on their three dogs and friends' babies....


Commentary: Do Black Women Need to Learn to Take a Joke?
SNL writer Leslie Jones thinks so....


DJ Mustard Wants a John Mayer Collaboration
Roc Nation producer says "Waiting on the World to Change" singer is "hard as s--t."...


Quincy Jones: Michael Jackson's Xscape Album Is About Money
Jones dismisses posthumous LP as a financial ploy by the King of Pop's estate....


John Calipari Presents 13-Point Plan for NCAA Reform
Kentucky basketball coach says the league will suffer if student-athlete rules don't change....


Michael Sam: "I Should have Gone in the Top Three Rounds"
First openly gay NFL player says he's better than 249th pick in NFL Draft....


(Im)Perfect Holiday
Posted Dec. 12, 2007 -- If there was ever a perfect holiday, the film “Perfect Holiday” certainly d...


Will Rep. John Conyers Run for 26th Term as a Write-In Candidate?
The signatures on Rep. Conyers's primary-ballot petition are being challenged....


Rep. John Conyers Fights Back
Rep. John Conyers plans to appeal a decision that could keep him off of the primary ballot....


Protests and School Closings Emerge to Confront Nigerian Government
On May 22, scores of demonstrators in Nigeria traveled to President Goodluck Jonathan's presidentia...


Commentary: It’s Time for Nigeria to Do Far More About Boko Haram
Boko Haram's impact on Nigeria could well undermine the economic gains the country has achieved....


Triplets Will Attend an Ivy League Together in the Fall
Triplets Malik, Ahmad and Khalil Jones of Washington, D.C., have been accepted into Ivy League coll...


Online Fund Raises Thousands for Recently Exonerated Man
More than 400 people have donated almost $30,000 to Jonathan Fleming, a recently exonerated New Yor...


Keri Hilson and Maxwell Take Home Image Awards
Mary J. Blige | Keri Hilson and Maxwell Take Home Image Awards...


White House Hosts HBCU Entrepreneurship Conference
The Small Business Administration and Department of Education are working with HBCUs and other mino...


This Day in Black History: June 25, 2009
Michael Jackson, the “King of Pop,” died at age 50 on June 25, 2009....

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