Kate Del Castillo refuses to give up on the El Chapo biopic, despite government officials taking action.
The Seattle Seahawks are training for the upcoming season of the National Football League. And as the players conditioned and strengthened their plays at Saturday’s [July 30] practice, Michael Bennett felt the NFL players were still weak in one area—social action.
Sandy Hook Elementary School continues to adjust to life after December 14, 2012, when a gunman opened fire and took the lives of 26 young students and faculty members, a tragedy that puts President Barack Obama in tears, and an event that closed the school for almost four years. Today [Saturday, July 30], school administrators gave an exclusive peek at the site before the Connecticut primary school reopens in August, via the New York Times.
The vice president is accumulating quite the acting resume, and his next role casts him alongside Mariska Hargitay to restore law and order in New York City.
The Florida Department of Health suggests local mosquitoes caused four cases of the Zika virus in the state recently, combating the thought the virus can only be transmitted when outside of mainland United States.
A week after the country recognized Melania Trump’s speech at the Republican National Convention, another link between the two major parties’ conventions became of topic last night [Thursday, July 28].
Democrats wrapped up their 2016 convention last night [Thursday, July 27] with words from the presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton. Right after she spoke, the search for “register to vote” dominated Google—beating “Kim Kardashian” last night, CNBC reports.
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KJ is in the studio with Madison McCormick, a GLS student who is turning her passion for street art into global activism. Madison founded an initiative called Tag & Seek, where stickers are posted all over the world to bring awareness to causes—its inaugural focus being refugee crises. – WNYU 89.1FM Hear More: https://soundcloud.com/wnyu/tag-seek Photo…
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Slain teen Quintonio LeGrier made three phone calls to 911 before a Chicago officer shot him and a 55-year-old neighbor in their apartment building in December. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2016/01/quintonio-legrier-shot-chicago-cops/ Photo courtesy of VIBE
A far-right official in Georgia’s Department of Education blamed the failures in the American education system not on funding or standardized tests, but on the presence of people of color and those identifying as gay in public schools. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2016/01/georgia-official-fired-over-bigoted-remarks/ Photo Credit: gavirtualschool.org
“Dear President Obama, I am 13 years old and I am worried about my family’s future in Michigan,” the daughter of a laid-off worker within the automobile industry wrote six years ago. The now-19-year-old and her employed father joined President Barack Obama during his address on enabling a successful economy for working families. – VIBE…
Ebola has made a reappearance in West Africa despite the World Health Organization declaring its disappearance after two years, health officials report. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2016/01/ebola-sierra-leone-new-case/ Photo Credit: Twitter/ WHO Sierra Leone
Another one—not as in a third Bush running for executive office, but a slew of inspiration dished out by none other than DJ Khaled. Jimmy Kimmel brought the Snapchat King on set last night (Jan. 13), to share his wisdom to presidential candidate Jeb Bush – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2016/01/dj-khaled-gives-jeb-bush-advice/ Photo Credit: Jimmy Kimmel…
To the mother of slain teen Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton, the topic of gun control is something the activist looks out for in deciding her vote. Hillary Clinton is just one of the presidential hopefuls who has expressed plans to target violence in the United States. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2016/01/sybrina-fulton-hillary-clinton/ Photo Credit: Getty…
“We’re the only advanced nation on earth that sees this kind of mass violence with this frequency,” President Barack Obama echoes a line from Tuesday’s tearful address on gun control (Jan. 8). – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2016/01/barack-obama-gun-reform/ Photo Credit: Twitter/The White House
The First Amendment guarantees Americans the right to petition the government, and for one dedicated fan, freedom of speech meant Free Yeezy. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/08/kanye-west-swish-white-house-petition/ Photo Credit: iTunes/ Kanye West
While scrolling through social media made the initiative seem like just a fad, soaking wet donors caused a 36 percent increase in donations—how researchers funded a new discovery in the disease. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/08/als-ice-bucket-challenge-progress/ Photo Credit: Instagram/@kerrywashington
The search is on for the next Latino boy band. Co-producers Simon Cowell and Ricky Martin unleash a new reality show competition, premiering next month on the biggest Spanish-language broadcaster in America, Univision. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/08/ricky-martin-simon-cowell-create-latino-supergroup-la-banda/ Photo Credit: Ralph Notaro / Splash News
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 eliminated prejudicial voting restrictions towards black and Hispanic voters. Yet today, black voters in the United States today face similar restrictions to those in the 1940s. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/08/president-obama-new-york-times-black-voter-discrimination/ Photo Credit: Instagram/@whitehouse
Right after a grand jury failed to indict Michael Brown’s shooter earlier this year, Run the Jewels prepared a set list. The hip-hop duo would perform that night in Ferguson and dive further into the topic of race relations. Riots did not scare them. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/08/run-the-jewels-bbc-ferguson-riots/ Photo Credit: BBC
The University of Cincinnati officers involved in the shooting death of Samuel DuBose (July 19) are facing the consequences of their actions. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/07/ex-university-officer-bail-sam-dubose-shooting/ Photo Credit: Joseph T. Deters
In the age of World Star, nothing is safe from a cellphone camera, especially racist experiences. The latest viral rant comes from a day at the beach turned sour. A Chicago woman pressed “record” after a white beach-goer called her and her kids the N-Word. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/07/white-woman-n-word-racist-rant/ Photo Credit: Facebook/ Raquel…
First, Fox News anchors attributed the melee in Ferguson to Jay Z and Beyonce funding bail for protesters. Back for the Carters again, another Fox News anchor is accusing the superstar couple and the entire #BlackLivesMatter movement of spreading anarchy throughout the United States. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/07/bill-oreilly-black-lives-matter/ Photo Credit: YouTube
Bill Cosby still isn’t out of murky waters. The former Huxtable household patriarch will face trial as the California Supreme Court allows a woman’s sexual assault suit to continue. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/07/bill-cosby-california-lawsuit-trial/ Photo Credit: Getty Images
With his second term approaching its end, President Barack Obama made sure he had time for one executive order: banning Jon Stewart from leaving The Daily Show. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/07/barack-obama-jon-stewart-interview/ Photo Credit: The Daily Show
John Legend acknowledges that we are all just ordinary people, but the way we penalize non-violent crimes isn’t quite so. The singer/songwriter penned a piece for TIME dedicated to his views on America’s mass incarceration and the so-called “War on Drugs.” – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2015/07/john-legend-mass-encarceration-essay/ Photo Credit: Instagram/Ron Stephens II
President Barack Obama told the NAACP that he wanted to reform the American prison system (July 14). In an effort to become more knowledgeable of the conditions, he entered the enclosed space reserved for the nation’s convicts (July 16). No other sitting president has ever set foot in a federal prison.
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Texas police pulled her over near the university for failure to signal while switching lanes. What happened between this moment and a state trooper charging her with “Assault on a Public Servant” remained unclear. That is, until a video shot by a witness surfaced.
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