Comedian Cristela Alonzo, best known from her ABC sitcom "Cristela," said she was paid less than her white partner on the show and treated unfairly in other ways.
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Netflix's new 'Unsolved Mysteries' has brought increased attention to his 2004 death—and the FBI has recently reopened the case.
The singer told Bustle that she's "allowing myself to feel the pains of all the losses that I've had or the adversities or traumas that I've faced."
The new series will focus on a Black family living in Alabama in the 1960s.
The 41-year-old told his wife he'd had sex with other men, and then started touching hospital staff and asking inappropriate questions.
Lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell filed court documents on Friday asking her released on bail as she awaits trial amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A woman in Tokyo went to the hospital complaining she'd had a sore throat after eating sashimi. Doctors found a black worm inside her tonsil.
Five Guys confirmed the termination of the workers who turned their backs to the officers and that store is temporarily closed for customer service training.
Highly concentrated caffeine supplements can cause serious or even fatal side effects; dangerous amounts of caffeine are cheap and widely available.
As some lockdown orders lift, people are reporting awkward interactions in the "real world." Experts say your social skills probably didn't decline.
As the world gets hotter, this dangerous heat-loving single-celled organism may be found in places further north.
Coronavirus deaths are once again on the rise amid a surge of confirmed cases in states like Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida.
According to the hospital's chief medical officer, the patient told their nurse, "I think I made a mistake. I thought this was a hoax, but it's not."
The American Academy of Pediatrics said officials looking to reopen schools must follow "science" and "evidence, not politics."
"I know a lot of physicians that never got sick because they protected themselves and that has to be everyone's first priority," Dr. Jake Deutsch said.
Bill Nye said that mask-wearing "is literally a matter of life or death" and showed how a homemade face mask effectively "blocks the movement of air."
Daniel Lewis Lee was to be executed Monday for the 1996 murders of an Arkansas family of three.
The suspect opened fire as soon as the two officers approached the door of the home, McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez said.
According to the FDA, methanol has been reported to cause blindness, hospitalization, and even death when absorbed through the skin or ingested.
Jada Pinkett Smith opened up about working through her codependency issues and healing through her relationship with August Alsina.
Houston has become one of the worst hit cities in Texas, and authorities predicts hospitals will be overwhelmed in the coming days.
In an interview with Vogue, Simone Biles said that she often questions whether or not she "can take" another year of competing under USA Gymnastics.
Angela Kang teased what fans will get to see when the show eventually returns to AMC while speaking on "Friday Night in With the Morgans."
What are the odds of Nevada closing a Las Vegas Strip resort corridor that doubles as the state’s economic engine?
Pinkett Smith sat down with her husband for a new "Red Table Talk" episode on Facebook Watch and said she got into an "entanglement" with the singer.
Las Vegas bars, including restaurant bars, will shut down again on Friday night, just five weeks after The Strip reopened to visitors.
According to the CDC, there have been a total of 16,233 coronavirus cases in meat processing facilities across 23 states, contributing to 86 deaths.
Carnival's eight cruise lines will take a phased return to sailing determined by region and will not reach full capacity until 2022 at the earliest.
Attempting to shift blame to China via a "juvenile pun" is a diversion from the Trump administration's own handling of the pandemic, one expert said.
The Las Vegas Strip property plans to welcome guests back at 10 a.m. on July 23 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A lack of testing and a complacent attitude surrounding the virus is being blamed for the emergence of new clusters in the country.
The Church doesn't know how to co-suffer with hurting people. If you're a church leader or a congregant who wants to do better, start here.
Tips for dealing with fear of the unknown as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
When young actors become famous, some decide to stick with show business while others quit Hollywood. Here's what these child stars are up to now.
Vacationing during a pandemic is an act of pure selfishness. It doesn't just endanger your life. It could spread COVID-19 and prolong the situation.
The show had a pretty good knack for finding unknown (at the time) talent, like Cole Sprouse and Ellen Pompeo.
We look back on the legendary actor's career and rank his greatest performances, from Jack Ryan to Indiana Jones.
Insider spoke to Dr. Rachel Hoffman, head of therapy at Real, about three signs it's time to end a friendship and how to approach the conversation.
A woman who spent her whole life hiding her bipolar disorder symptoms shares what it finally feels like to embrace who she is, mental illness and all.
The parents include the actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, as well as executives at prominent public and private companies.
A woman lists her anxious thoughts. If you live with anxiety, you might be able to relate.
While the search for Naya Rivera continues two days after her disappearance, fans are in mourning, as the former Glee star is presumed dead from a tragic drowning accident. The 33-year-old actress shot to fame in 2009 playing cheerleader Santana Lopez on the Fox hit for the show’s six-season run. While her sharp one-liners made Santana a fan favorite, the character represented so much more to many viewers around the world.
Anita White won’t let the band formally known as Lady Antebellum “erase” her without a fight.
Experience the eerie story of Peg Entwistle, an actress from the 1930s who many people believe still haunts the iconic Hollywood sign.
Just four years after going public with a sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson calls the recent firing of Ed Henry a “victory” for women.