Arts & Entertainment

In a surprising twist of events, recently imprisoned actor Jussie Smollett has officially been granted early release from jail following approval by the appeals court while he works towards getting an overturned conviction on his 5-month prison sentence. 

Polo Ralph Lauren has created some conversation amongst the HBCU Community in their latest release involving Spelman College and Morehouse College. James Jeter is the man who is largely responsible for the new collection.

No one can begin to understand what the siblings of late singer Traci Braxton are going through following her recent death to cancer, but now-second eldest Towanda Braxton headed to social media to give us some insight into what it's been like to lose her big sister.

Sports icon Deon Sanders is sharing the entire journey of his recent foot surgery, including the unfortunate amputation of two toes due to complications in the healing process.

"Emmett Till," the opera, was written by Clare Coss, a white woman who based it off her play that stars a fictional white woman who has nothing to do with the true story. What could possibly go wrong?

For International Women's Day, we're looking back at the some of the most stylish daytime TV talkshow hosts through the years.

For Grace Franklin, granddaughter to the late Queen Of Soul herself Aretha Franklin, a recent audition on the hit singing competition series 'American Idol' had some saying she deserved better by the show and others wondering why she doesn't just go find a deal off the strength of her famous last name.

Hosted by Grammy-nominated Juan Winans, the celebration will feature performances by Tamela Mann, Madelyn Howze, JJ Hairston and The Morehouse Glee Club.  

After months filled with many people worrying about her whereabouts, especially given reports of alleged declining health popping up every other day, Wendy Williams has finally put a few rumors to rest in a new video that's began to make rounds on social media.

Here is a list of all the racist things the three men have said that are now being exposed in federal court.

In the new PBS documentary  “American Reckoning,” which airs Feb 15, directors Brad Lichtenstein and Yoruba Richen dive into the unsolved murder of Wharlest Jackson, a Natchez, Mississippi native who was killed by a car bomb.