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Ex-Cop Pleads Not Guilty In Sam DuBose Shooting

Ex-Cop Pleads Not Guilty In Sam DuBose Shooting

By on July 30, 2015

He maintains that he feared for his life.

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“I’m Losing My Dad” Jill Scott Explains Exactly Why She Defended Bill Cosby

By on July 30, 2015

Her thoughts might change the way you initially perceived her defense.

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Jimmy Kimmel Secures Over $150,000 In Less Than 24 Hours For Cecil The Lion…

By on July 30, 2015

While families of victims from police brutality struggle to have proper funerals.

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Beyoncé Biographer Claims To Have The Tea On SolangeGate

By on July 30, 2015

Will you be adding Becoming Beyoncé to your fall reading list?

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Amazon and IndieGoGo Offer New Services For Budding Entrepreneurs

By on July 30, 2015

“As the pace of innovation continues to increase… we want to help customers discover these unique products and learn the inspiration behind them,” says Amazon vice president.

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Kevin Hart Speaks Out Against Police Shootings, Broken Judicial System

By on July 30, 2015

Kevin Hart is known to push the envelope in his standup routines, but in the past, he’s been very clear regarding which subjects he refuses to touch. In the August 13 issue of Rolling Stone, after being questioned about whether he feels compelled to address racism and police-involved killings in his standup, the Philadelphia native […]

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IBM To Offer Breast Milk Delivery Services For Traveling Moms

By on July 30, 2015

Working moms no longer have to worry about “pumping and dumping.” Should more employers join in?

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Raven-Symoné Recalls Being Body-Shamed On “Cosby Show” Set: “You Can’t Eat That! You’re Getting Fat!”

By on July 30, 2015

Unfortunately, many other former child stars probably have similar stories.

A copy of Rolling Stone magazine is read on January 29, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Pope Francis is taking his place alongside the icons of American popular culture by appearing on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, which hits newsstands on January 31, 2014. It's the first time the staunchly liberal rock-music bible has featured a Roman Catholic pontiff on its cover, which is typically graced by pop stars and movie idols. "Pope Francis: the times they are a-changin'," reads the cover headline that borrows the title of Bob Dylan's classic early 1960s anthem. The Argentine-born pope, who took office in March last year, has previously been Time magazine's Person of the Year. He also made the cover of The Advocate, the respected US gay rights magazine. In an accompanying 8,000-word profile, seen on its website January 29, 2014, Rolling Stone hailed the pontiff's relaxed style and his less aggressive stance on such hot-button issues as homosexuality compared to his two predecessors.  AFP PHOTO/MICHAEL THURSTON        (Photo credit should read Michael THURSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Rolling Stone Editor Resigns Amid Controversial Rape Story Lawsuit

By on July 30, 2015

Will media outlets be more cautious of the alleged rape stories they tell?