The popular gay dating app kicked off LGBTQ Pride Month with a pledge to no longer allow users to sort through prospective connections by race.
In an emotional video, the talk show host pledged solidarity with those protesting against racial inequality. Her previous effort, however, sparked backlash.
Co-star Samantha Marie Ware accused the actor of threatening to "s**t in my wig."
“The president seems to think dominating Black people, dominating peaceful protesters, is law and order. It’s not."
Outrage over the death of George Floyd prompt advocates to refocus June's celebrations on social justice once more.
The singer called out the president for "fueling a system that is already rooted in racism" in an emotional message about the killing of George Floyd.
The Bravo host said "an incident" involving his 1-year-old son, Benjamin Allen, forced him to hand his pup off to new owners.
The mayor told reporters, "I will encode what I really want to say to Donald Trump. It's two words: It begins with 'F' and it ends with 'U.'"
"No one wants to hear from the Birther-in-Chief," the CNN host says.
The federal decision in a Connecticut-based dispute, which stemmed from 2 trans student sprinters, could have national implications.
In “When Life is Good Again,” the country music icon vows to live "more in the moment" once the coronavirus pandemic is behind us.
The actor shared a cryptic Instagram post about leaving the CW series after one season.