This marks the ‘Empire’ cocreator’s return to the silver screen.
Irons was wrongfully convicted of burglary and assault.
The Oscar winner will write, produce and develop for Warner Bros. TV.
The show's fans will have to wait and see if the original peach will return for season 13.
The beloved singer lost her battle to stomach cancer.
The singer-songwriter tweets about her past experience being harassed by police.
Social media critics say the politically charged rap song takes aim at Noname.
The singer-actress donates 100 percent of all the proceeds to NAACP Empowerment Programs.
The longtime friends jumped on Instagram to explain that their argument was actually a parody gone wrong.
The academy will still use the “Best Latin Pop Or Urban Album” category for now.
A spokesperson for the network said the film will return "with a discussion of its historical context."
Warning: The photos below of the attack may be too graphic for some readers.
The comedian and "Insecure" actress said there were people at the top "not respecting the necessity for Black voices to be at the top too.”
Bishop T.D. Jakes will offer opening remarks before the gospel artists go head-to-head for what's being called "The Healing."
The celebrated actor came to the rescue of a homeless man in L.A. and stayed on the scene when the police arrived.
The DJ will spin the latest sounds from the continent, like afrobeat, afrobongo and hip-hop, and she’ll check in with African artists and actors.
Black Thought and Tina Farris team up to host 'The Bridge' and interview four African artists about their origins and music.