A select group of hip-hop artists have been able to transcend the model, by turning their musical and entrepreneurial genius into hip-hop college courses.
One half of the Atlanta rap duo Ying Yang Twins has been released from jail after serving a 24 hour domestic violence sentence.
Subway riders get trapped in a car with one of NY’s most infamous citizens – a huge rat.
Napier doesn’t expect student-athletes to get hundreds of thousands of dollars, but he does want a full belly each and every night.
Disgraced Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has been transferred to a minimum security facility after prison guards wrongfully threw him in solitary confinement.
A Long Island Nursing home treated residents to a real-life Magic Mike. Now they’re getting sued for it.
A Texas woman says she called 911 after paying her marijuana dealer $40 for “seeds and residue.”
Although the resemblance between Ejogo and Scott King is uncanny, do you think it’s fair to have a British actor playing an African-American hero? Or is finding the best talent most important?
The Rev. Al Sharpton maintains that he was a victim not a paid FBI snitch.