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Moments after Jaylan Butler stepped off his team's bus to stretch his legs, Illinois police allegedly forced him to the ground and threatened to blow his "head off."
Entertainment
Known on the show as Victoria F, she wore a shirt with the loaded slogan as part of an ad campaign concerning fish.
Entertainment
The Duchess of Sussex guest-edited British Vogue's September issue.

Entertainment
Waligwa was praised as a "sweet, warm, talented girl" by co-star Lupita Nyong'o.
Politics
The female employee had been struggling to secure child care, according to legal documents unearthed by The Washington Post.
Women
Plus: Serena Williams talks about motherhood.
Politics
The Democratic candidate has been touting his relationship with the former president in his ubiquitous campaign ads.
Black Voices
The card from OneUnited Bank shows the legendary abolitionist making a cross-armed gesture that clearly has multiple meanings.
Sports
Other finalists include Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.
Entertainment
The event will honor the late NBA legend, his daughter Gianna and the seven other people killed in a helicopter crash last month.
Entertainment
The talk show host said the remarks didn't come from "a place of malice," adding, "I live and let live every day. Life is too short."
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Stella Meghie’s latest film, starring Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield, brings love to the forefront with 1990s and 2000s vibes.
Entertainment
For all its unevenness, this remake of a 2000 cult classic is perhaps the first time we’ve seen Zoë Kravitz transcend her it-girl vibe.
Entertainment
LGBTQ viewers accused the daytime talk show host of being homophobic and transphobic after some eyebrow-raising remarks.
Politics
Initially, Jim Justice said people who found the term racist were "absurd." Now he's sorry "if I’ve done anything that has offended them."
Entertainment
"Black people know what discrimination is like," the NBA legend told Ellen DeGeneres.
Politics
When no one was watching, the presidential candidate re-upped his membership at two of these clubs after resigning from them in 2001.
Entertainment
"The Daily Show" host explained why presidential campaigns are in many ways like getting drunk at a party.
Politics
“In Black and brown communities, we’ve always seen ... people promise us the world, then take office and give us nothing,” said Salaam, who was wrongfully imprisoned in the 1989 Central Park jogger case.
Politics
Progressive candidates are running to transform the Los Angeles district attorney’s office.