For You

Iconic Department Store Closing 154 Locations…

The Plano, Texas-based retailer said it could take about 10 to 16 weeks to complete the closures.

Here's What Trump's Latest Physical Reveals

The White House has released the results of the president's annual physical.

New Twist In Sean Hannity's Top Secret Divorce

Fox News host Sean Hannity and his wife had been married more than 20 years. Now, surprising new information has surfaced.

Horrific New Details Emerge In Ahmaud Arbery…

The lead investigator in the case said William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., who videotaped the killing, described the scene to him.

In Memoriam: Remembering Artists Lost To…

The Associated Press takes a look at prominent figures in arts, entertainment and culture who have died after contracting the coronavirus in a global pandemic.

Nearly 1M Beers Are Free As Brewers Pick Up the…

Imagine being told by the barkeep, 'This one's on the house' and so are the next 999,999!

AdChoices Icon

Facebook Resignations Add Pressure on Trump Posts

Mark Zuckerberg's defense of allowing President Trump's post about shooting looters, and the CEO's refusal to budge during an employee town hall Monday, have only increased the anger inside Facebook. There have been a handful of resignations this week, with one departing employee, Recode reports, posting on an internal site,...

MLB players say teams 'depriving America of…

Players accused teams of “depriving America of baseball games” as part of a money fight set off by the coronavirus pandemic

'Despicable': Biden Slams Trump Over 'Great Day…

Joe Biden delivered a speech.

5 Signs You Shouldn't Step Foot Into a Store Amid…

5 Signs You Shouldn't Step Foot Into a Store Amid COVID-19 1. They're not enforcing capacity limits This doesn't allow consumers the ability to properly practice social distancing. 2. They're not offering disinfectant wipes at the entrances COVID-19 can be spread via carts, baskets and other objects, so if a store doesn't offer them, they're not prioritizing their customers' well being. 3. Their employees aren't wearing masks Employees who wear masks are less likely to infect customers via respiratory droplets. 4. They have an open salad bar Food that is exposed can easily become contaminated by passersby. 5. They're still offering food samples Enchanta Jenkins, MD, MHA, via 'BestLife'

Biden Rips Trump for Calling It a 'Great Day' for…

Invoking the name of a black man killed by white police officers, who's become a symbol of police brutality and racial injustice, in celebrating an economic report didn't go over well with Joe Biden. President Trump had cited George Floyd earlier in the day Friday at the White House, saying...

Jordan Pruitt Calls Out Lea Michele

Another star has come out to dish about Lea Michele's diva behavior. Jordan Pruitt that the Lea Michele controversy is common knowledge to people in the entertainment industry. According to US Magazine Jordan spilt the tea on Twitter and former fans of Lea's could not get enough. Seems like everyone is enjoying the legendary diva's historic and humiliating fall from grace. “Everyone in Hollywood KNOWS that Lea Michele is a horrible human being …." "She is a Bitch to everyone. We all know it … yawn. Moving on …” Pruitt added that there is “much more tea where that came from … ” A fan encouraged her to speak out and “put people in their place.” "The only thing shocking is that people are just now calling her out … bout time." Lea has been accused of being racist, transphobic, and even threatened to defecate in her 'Glee' co-stars wigs.

Minneapolis Agrees To Ban Police Chokeholds…

It's a result of negotiations with the state's Department of Human Rights.

AdChoices Icon

Dust storm blows through Karachi

A dust storm caused near-zero visibility in Karachi, Pakistan, on June 3.

Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai

Trailer for 'Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai' starring Saiyami Kher, Rajshri Deshpande, Amruta Subhash, Roshan Mathew, Tushar Dalvi

Co-Founder Leaves Reddit Board, for 'Family and…

Fifteen years after co-founding Reddit, Alexis Ohanian made announcements Friday that he said were long overdue. He resigned from the company's board, KNTV reports, and told Reddit that his successor should be a black person. "I'm doing this for me, for my family, and for my country," Ohanian said, explaining...

Black Lives Matter Doesn't Like DC Mayor's Big…

About 4am Friday, artists and work crews started to paint a message on two blocks of 16th Street NW, a stretch that runs up to Lafayette Square and the White House. Just after 11, a worker put up a new street sign, and the cheering began, as Andra Day's "Rise...

Barr says he didn’t give tactical order to clear…

Attorney General William Barr says law enforcement officers were already moving to push back protesters from a park in front of the White House when he arrived there Monday evening, and he says he did not give a command to disperse the crowd

Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian Gives Up Board…

Alexis Ohanian has given up his Reddit board seat.

Al Sharpton Announces New March on Washington

Al Sharpton Announces New March on Washington Reverend Al Sharpton shared the news during a memorial service for George Floyd on Thursday. The march, set to take place on August 28, will be led by the families of black people killed by police, including George Floyd's family. Al Sharpton, via George Floyd eulogy The reverend added that the march will get "us ready to vote, not just for who's going to be in the White House, but the statehouse and the city councils.” The march will mark the 57th anniversary of the historic demonstration for civil rights led by Martin Luther King Jr.

AdChoices Icon

Cate Blanchett: 1, Chainsaw: Zero

If you've been having a hard time stuck at home during the pandemic, consider yourself lucky you haven't been attacked by a chainsaw (unless you have, in which case ... carry on). During a podcast conversation with ex-Aussie Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Cate Blanchett revealed just such a thing happened to...

What Some Of Your Black Employees And Coworkers…

Business leader, Khalil Smith wrote a piece for Business Insider called: 4 things your black employees and coworkers wish you knew. Smith is the VP of research, consulting, and practices at the NeuroLeadership Institute, a learning and consulting firm that has worked with Microsoft, IBM, and other large companies. He says that the 4 things your black employees and coworkers wish you knew are: 1. Black people are not monolithic. Do not ask them to speak about the experience all black people are having across all of America right now. Smith says, "Black people come in all shapes and sizes, and so do our experiences." 2. This isn't new: Black communities have had to talk about racism for as long as there has been a black community in America. 3. They may be have a tough time working right now. He says: "It's a lot to process, so a bit of grace goes a long way." 4. They can't take care of you right now: He adds, "We love that you want to be an ally....And yet we need you to offer your support in a way that isn't a burden on us."