Celebrities denounce decision as one officer faces criminal charges for firing bullets into nearby apartments.
On this year’s National Voter Registration Day, stars were creative with their pleas that fans vote.
The 20-year-old actress reflects on how conversations about race from her childhood bled into her career as a public figure.
The "Stranger Things" star says she's "frustrated" by "inappropriate comments" and "sexualization" in the media.
Matthew Cherry and Karen Toliver speak with Yahoo Lifestyle about the cultural significance of their Oscar-winning short "Hair Love."
The Latina actor has frequently found herself in hot water for statements she's made about the Black community.
"Smallfoot" marks Channing Tatum's second musical performance in a film in two years (after "Hail, Caesar!"), but he swears he doesn't want to be the next Hugh Jackman.
“Stranger Things” star Noah Schnapp is supportive of Millie Bobby Brown’s recent decision to leave Twitter in response to homophobic memes made about her on social media. “I feel really bad for her,” the most frightened performance nominee told Variety on the MTV Movie & TV awards red carpet. “I think it was a smart move by her. […]
The stunningly realistic mural was painted by a London artist who claims he didn't even know who the "Grown-ish" star was at first.
Amy Schumer, Connie Britton, Olivia Wilde, Skai Jackson and Yara Shahidi are among the speakers set to take the stage at the Los Angeles March For Our Lives rally Saturday, with singer-songwriter Charlie Puth among the musical performers slated.
'Grown-ish,' which follows Zoey Johnson to college, premiered back-to-back episodes Wednesday night, and it was hip, relevant and full of drug use.
Having assembled what he calls the "Avengers of teenage angst," the show's creator will tell a serialized coming-of-age story in the Freeform series.
Things got political at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards. After Saturday’s tragic events in Charlottesville, Va., where white nationalists and counterprotesters clashed, leaving three dead and many injured, politics was on many an award winner’s mind. When Fifth Harmony accepted their award for Choice Music Group, Lauren Jauregui had a message about the incident in Virginia.
Yara Shahidi has graduated high school. Yara Shahidi is officially a high school graduate. The star’s future is bright as she announced on Tuesday that she’ll be attending Harvard at the recommendation of former first lady Michelle Obama, who wrote her college recommendation.
Time to start shopping for textbooks, Zoey: Your black-ish spinoff is officially coming to Freeform. TVLine has confirmed that the spinoff (which didn’t make ABC’s fall schedule) has landed a 13-episode order at the youth-skewing cable network, with a planned early 2018 debut. And it’s landed a new name, too: college-ish. Which makes sense, since it follows […]
Yara Shahidi is (almost) a graduate. No, Michelle Obama didn’t show up, but Yara Shahidi’s surprise graduation party on the set of Black-ish was still filled with pomp and circumstance. The 17-year-old actress, activist, and all-around ace was given a pre-graduation party on the set of the ABC show.
While many high school students ask a teacher, boss, or close family friend to write a college recommendation letter for them, "Black-ish" actress Yara Shahidi went straight to the top and asked … Michelle Obama. The two became acquainted at events promoting women’s education and formed a bond.