A new report says the federal government is using social media to monitor and crack down on Black activists around the country.
The tweets set off a firestorm of reaction, just one month after Burns gave a bizarre benediction at the RNC, calling Clinton "the enemy."
The disgraced comedian, who fell from grace after getting caught up in a sex scandal, has been battling a deteriorating eye disorder called keratoconus.
Messages were singed with hate, comparing her to Harambe the gorilla and sexualizing parts of her body.
The Twitterverse did what it does best, using a hashtag to air out grievances about Hillary's rise in becoming the presumptive Democratic nominee.
Wendell Pierce, The Wire star who was arrested for physically attacking a Bernie Sanders supporter, is breaking his silence about the incident. On Saturday, Pierce was apprehended at the Atlanta Loews Hotel for allegedly pushing a woman, hitting her in the head, and ripping off her sweatshirt following a heated conversation about politics. He was […]
Actor and comedian David Alan Grier set off a frenzy on Thursday when he took to Twitter to announce he would be taking over as Kentucky Fried Chicken's Col. Sanders. The news of Grier becoming the fast food company's top pitch man was shot down by a KFC executive, the New York Daily News reports.
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry rejected the network's severance deal. She said the deal would have included a non-disparagement clause.
Things didn't go so well for Donna Galt and daughter Mya, who said they are often mistaken for sisters. The two even dress alike when they go out with each other.
The Indianapolis natives' photo went viral, garnering over 19,000 retweets and the formation of their own "Mom, twin and me" Instagram page.
A day after Bill Cosby was arrested on charges of aggravated indecent assault, the 78-year-old broke his silence, tweeting a message of thanks to his 4.1 million Twitter followers.