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The Homies talk about Deshaun Watson Decision, Will Smith Slap and More on this weeks "I Hate The Homies" Episode 11

22-year-old Texans wide receiver John Metchie III revealed that he's battling Leukemia, which will also sideline his debut season in the NFL.

Michael Cox, the officer who was viciously beaten by Boston Police in the 90s, will now help to "revitalize" the city's controversial Police Department as commissioner, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Wednesday morning. The post Michael Cox, Who Was Once Brutalized By Boston Cops, Becomes Police Commissioner appeared first on NewsOne.

Rice, Hobson, and Morgan's historic appointments come at a challenging time for the NFL, as the organization strives to bring more diversity and inclusion to the league's committee and hiring practices.  The post These Powerful Black Women Are Dominating The Sports Business World appeared first on NewsOne.

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Viola Davis becomes Michelle Obama in Showtime's upcoming "The First Lady," giving her best FLOTUS impression with pursed lips and thinner eyebrows.

Democrats want Clarence Thomas to resign from the court or recuse himself from any proceedings attached to the 2020 election.

And it wasn't just O'Donnell. Comedy director Judd Apatow tweeted then deleted a post declaring that Will could have killed Rock. Will "could have killed him" with a slap that didn't even take Rock off his feet.

The proposed funding amount has received a lot of support in the HBCU community over the last two days. Leaders from prominent Black and HBCU centered organizations are applauding President Biden for his commitment to HBCUs.

Although it appears that Chris Rock won't be pressing charges for the now-infamous slap seen everywhere, Will Smith still took time to publicly apologize for stepping out of character at the Oscars last night to defend a joke aimed at his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.

During the press run for his Oscar-winning music doc 'Summer of Soul,' Questlove shared some insight into his journey of success so far. One moment that stood out the most involved forever-favorite President Barack Obama, but what's surprising is the funny reason it became so memorable.

With just one week left in Women's History Month, Senator Corey Booker (D-NJ) gave a speech during the hearing of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson that gave her all the respect and honor she's earned — or, in his now-famous words, "worthy" of.