The Emmy-winner told you he had barz, but y’all didn’t believe him.
Well, it was fun while it lasted.
Judge Manish Shah found that the "When They See Us" depiction of the controversial Reid interrogation technique is protected under the First Amendment.
Linda Fairstein claims she was wrongfully portrayed as the racist mastermind behind the wrongful conviction of the Central Park Five.
Her newest eyelashes will give you the glam of the woman with an eye of magic.
This was a major win for the Netflix docuseries, which has been largely snubbed for most of the awards season.
"It was bulls--t," the actor said in a new interview. "We don't need to talk about something that just didn't happen."
The director was actually relieved she didn't have to "juggle getting into hair, makeup and gown" while thinking about Trump's impending war.
Bloomberg Regains His Memory On Exonerated Five: 'These Men Were In Jail For A Crime They Did Not Commit'
When CBS News reporter Tim Perry asked Bloomberg on Monday if his position had changed since his administration dedicated resources to fighting against the Exonerated Five's civil suit, he responded that he had "no idea."
The 2010s passed in the blink of an eye but the last ten years ushered in incredible new music in a rapidly evolving industry.
Although many, including Beyoncé and Cynthia Erivo, were nominated, "When They See Us" was completely shut out.
Alfred Chestnut, Ransom Watkins and Andrew Stewart are free men following their exoneration of a wrongful conviction 36 years ago this month.
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, key witnesses in the impeachment inquiry of Trump, were scheduled to participate in a deposition on Capitol Hill this week.
The Bronx native won 'Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series'
The Ava DuVernay series took home the award during the second night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, ahead of the Primetime Emmys.
Nearly everyone with a Netflix account has seen the heartbreaking series, whose stars earned various nominations.
Trump recently doubled down on his stance on the then teens, which didn't surprise the award-winning director.
Nicholas Simon was bouncing a basketball on his way home from the park when NYPD officers manhandled the young teen to the ground with no explanation.
The former prosecutor of the Central Park Five case continues to experience the fallout of the critically acclaimed Netflix series.