The "WAP" rapper opens up about what she's looking for in a leader while condemning President Donald Trump.
Odom says he was still in negotiations for his salary for the filmed version of “Hamilton” the day before it was set to begin shooting.
The 23-year-old actress opens up about her fears as a young Black woman in America.
Michelle Obama explains what quarantine life has been like for her emotionally.
Carlson cited leaked body cam footage of Floyd’s arrest in questioning autopsy results, though he admitted that the footage proves nothing.
The actor explains how his new comedy relates to the George Floyds of the world, reveals bias he's faced in Hollywood.
Union gives her most candid interview yet about "America's Got Talent," Simon Cowell, Juliane Hough and more.
“If you turn a blind eye to racism, you become an accomplice to it,” says a quote from Winfrey that also appears on the September edition cover.
Though he doesn’t want police departments defunded, Perry agrees with many of the reforms being called for.
Tiffany Haddish admits she's afraid to have children — and the reason why should give pause.
The "Today" show star gets candid about the Black Lives Matter movement and its impact on his family.
“It's ironic that they want to be woke, but at the same time, you only want to be partially woke,” she said on Showtime's "Desus & Mero."
On Tuesday night, Daily Show host Trevor Noah surveyed the scene in Portland where, after 50 days of peaceful Black Lives Matters protests, Donald Trump sent in masked federal agents in unmarked vans to make arrests. "That sounds less like Democracy and more like an episode of Narcos," observed Noah. "How are people supposed to […]
On Sunday’s season five premiere of CNN’s United Shades of America, W. Kamau Bell tackled the subject of white supremacy in the U.S.
The alt-country trio talks divorce, Harvey Weinstein and criticism of their name change.
Celebrities posted social media tributes to congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis who died on July 17 after battling pancreatic cancer.
Harris Faulkner, who hosts "Outnumbered" and "Outnumbered Overtime" on Fox News, is the only Black woman to helm a daytime cable news show.
The 20-year-old actress reflects on how conversations about race from her childhood bled into her career as a public figure.
The award-winning actress and "Vanity Fair" cover star also spoke about the lack of diversity in Hollywood.
With systemic racism and police brutality being at the forefront of the national consciousness, Theron felt it was a topic she needed to discuss with them.
Amid nationwide marches for Black lives, Black animation professionals speak about systemic racism in the industry and the need for diversity.
The Black singer calls the country band's lawsuit "ironic," noting it's the epitome of "white privilege."
Rashida Jones gets candid about privilege, telling Yahoo, "I won a lottery in terms of the parents that I have, and how I grew up."