There was a lot of focus on domestic violence in 2014, with a number of high profile cases bringing the conversation to the forefront.
Tamara Green, 66, is suing Bill Cosby for defamation after he and his lawyers have claimed she is lying about being raped by the comedian in the 1970s.
Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding, Jr. will star as murder trial defendant O.J. Simpson in a miniseries created by the “American Horror Story” creator.
Walmart, Toys R Us, and Target offer similar excuses to explain why Black and white Barbie dolls have different prices.
Also in this issue, we talk about the furor over Ferguson, why we adore Tessa Thompson, Miami culture, plus Mara Schiavocampo’s new book and much more.
It seems Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier is the only one who knew Nelson Mandela was an inspiring hockey player.
Who needs a fireplace when you can stay warm with one of these hot drinks?
Two more countries have decided to ban Uber and three US cities are suing the car service provider.
A week after the shooting of unarmed Rumain Brisbon, the Phoenix Police Department has revealed the name of the officer who killed him.