Legendary poet and activist Maya Angelou makes history as the first Black woman to appear on a quarter as part of the American Women Quarters Program. But some may see it as a distraction in the bigger picture for equality. Fair or foul?
Daniel Sunjata On Reprising “Sex & The City” Role, Playing a Drug Kingpin on “Power Book II: Ghost”
Tony-nominated actor Daniel Sunjata may be known for his most recent role on the hit STARZ series “Power Book II: Ghost,” but the Florida A&M University graduate’s history on the big and small screen is just as notable. Daniel dishes on his first movie with Garcelle, reprising his “Sex & the City” role and more!
Delaware Man Robs Bank and Stops to Make a Deposit at ATM Outside
A Delaware man didn’t hold on to his stolen cash too long after he allegedly robbed a bank and then stopped to deposit the stolen money into the ATM outside.
Garcelle or Adrienne? Our Pick For The Most Gullible Is?
Could being really trustworthy actually be a reason people tend to be gullible? We reveal our most gullible moments!
Woman Climbs On Top of Sinking Car to Get The “Perfect” Selfie
How obsessed are you with getting the perfect selfie? One woman showed just how important the right angle was, climbing on top of a sinking car all in the name of social media.
Shutting Down to Avoid Arguing? Why The Silent Treatment Could Be Considered Toxic
Is shutting down instead of communicating just as toxic as arguing? Guest co-host Kathy Hilton weighs in on how detrimental shutting down can actually be.
Jay-Z Steps In to Fight New York Law to Use Rap Lyrics as Evidence in Criminal Trials
Jay-Z, Meek Mill, Kelly Rowland and more are fighting back against a New York Bill that would allow prosecutors to use rap lyrics as evidence in criminal trials. Tell us: fair or foul?