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Man Receives Trophy From Pregnant Woman On The Subway For Offering His Seat

Does every good deed go unpunished? Not this one.

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Jay Z Says Kalief Browder’s Death “Is Here To Teach Us To Save A Generation Of Kids”

The Roc Nation CEO was part of a town hall discussion on Kalief Browder's life and how his death can serve as the launchpad for…

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Who Shouted Ya? 50 Famous Namedrops From The Notorious B.I.G.

Biggie loved to shout out his celeb friends on his tracks.

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Faizon Love Engages In Physical Altercation With A Valet Worker In Ohio

On Tuesday (Mar. 7), actor Faizon Love made his way through a Columbus, Ohio airport, assumably on his way to a destination, when he instead…

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The First Black ‘Bachelorette’ Says She Will Not Pick A Man Based On Skin Color

"...whether that person is black, white, red, whatever, it’s my journey."

Politics

Could Barack Obama Sue Donald Trump For Libel?

Slate offers evidence that the former President could have a case against the current one for the infamous wiretapping claims.

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25 Modern Anthems That Champion Women

Jam out to these lady anthems from the 9-9 and 2000's.

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Nicki Minaj Ties With Aretha Franklin For Billboard Record

Can you guess what they're tied for?

Movies & TV

Bad Boy Entertainment Documentary To Debut At Tribeca Film Festival

"There is no better place to share the story behind the Bad Boy movement and this unprecedented musical event."

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Katt Williams Forced To Pay Hefty Sum After Skipping Out On Assault Case

Katt Williams was ordered to pay nearly $87,000 to a pool supply employee he allegedly assaulted in Atlanta in 2016. Williams, who Atlanta…

Features

An Eternal Plight: The Police, The Activist And The Intimidation Factor

Forty-six years after the 1971 FBI raid that revealed a Bureau of surveillance, we speak to NYC activist, Keegan Stephan about fighting the same fight…

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‘Day Without A Woman’ Organizer Arrested During Protest

"Sitting in the streets about to be arrested."
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