The Week in News

The CEO of Ebony Magazine has been fired, Broadway actor Nick Cordero passed away from coronavirus complications at age 41, and Brazilian bombshell Valentina Sampaio makes history as the first transgender Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model.

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‘QAnon Karen’ Goes Ballistic at Target Store in Arizona!

Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Dead from Coronavirus Complications at 41

Ebony Magazine Fires CEO Amid Investigation into His Transactions

Lizzo Claims She Was Kicked Out of Her Rental 3 Days Early

Khloé Kardashian Celebrates 4th of July at Ex Tristan Thompson’s House

‘White Supremacist’ Tech CEO Goes on Racist Rant Against Asian Family

Halle Berry Apologizes for Considering Transgender Film Role

Lin-Manuel Miranda Says Slavery Criticism About ‘Hamilton’ Is ‘Valid’

Vanessa Bryant Reveals Late Husband Kobe Gifted Her ‘Sex and the City’ Dress

Nick Cordero’s GoFundMe Raises Nearly $1 Million

Man & Woman Who Painted Over Black Lives Matter Mural Charged with Hate Crime

Tyler Perry to Pay for Funeral of Girl, 8, Killed Near Site of Rayshard Brooks’ Death

Mary Kay Letourneau Dead at 58 from Cancer

Usain Bolt Shares First Photos of Daughter Olympia Lightning Bolt

Ronnie & Donnie Galyon, Longest-Surviving Conjoined Twins, Dead at 68

Naya Rivera’s Son Josey, 4, in ‘Good Health’ After Actress Goes Missing

‘Glee’ Stars Are Praying for Naya Rivera’s Rescue

Ruby Rose Congratulates Javicia Leslie on New ‘Batwoman’ Role

OG Lady A Responds to Lawsuit from Band Formerly Named Lady Antebellum

Olympic Snowboarder Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin Dead at 32

Naya Rivera's Body 'May Never' Be Found, Police Say

‘Racist’ Tech CEO Apologizes for Rant Against Asian Family

Valentina Sampaio Is the First Transgender Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model


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