Listen to another powerful inspirational message from Steve Harvey. Today, he encourages us to "chase after God."
Myriam Merlet, Magalie Marcelin and Anne Marie Coriolan, founders of three of Haiti’s most important advocacy organizations working on behalf of women and girls, are confirmed dead — victims of last week’s 7.0 earthquake. Their deaths have left members of the women’s movement, Haitian and otherwise, reeling.
Gary Coleman found himself in trouble with the law in Utah on Sunday. Police in Santaquin, Utah took the 41-year-old actor, best known for starring in the 1980’s hit sitcom, “Diff’rent Stokes,” into custody on Sunday on a warrant for failure to appear in court.
As we previously reported, Simon Cowell announced at the Television Critics Association press tour that this would be his last season on “American Idol.” And one big name has come up as the fiery Brit’s replacement: Jamie Foxx.
Michelle Obama is by far one of the most stylish women in the world. Here is a gallery of what New York Magazine calls Michelle O's "hair evolution." Take a look at her changing coif and experiment with her wearable styles.
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) has written a scathing report about Clark Atlanta University's decision to fire nearly one-fourth of its full-time faculty members one year ago. The controversy started when the school suddenly terminated 55 of its faculty members, allegedly without giving much notice.
Mo’Nique has done it again. Her ability to portray an abusive mother in the big screen drama “Precious” was so outstanding that it has already garnered her a Golden Globe Award. On Saturday, it earned her a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) award for best supporting actress. Watch her acceptance speech here!
Friday night’s star-studded “Hope for Haiti” telethon has raised a record-breaking $58 million, with more donations continuing to pour in from around the world, the benefit’s organizers announced over the weekend. The preliminary figure is a record for donations made by the public through a disaster relief telethon.
Listen to Steve Harvey's Inspirational Message. Today, he encourages us to not name our future by present circumstances.
Soul singer Teddy Pendergrass' funeral Saturday was the kind of soaring ceremony that punctuates the end of a larger-than-large life. A 200-member gospel choir jubilated with high-decibel exhultation, while a band and a sternum-vibrating organ roused the estimated 4,000 people who filled mammoth Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church on Cheltenham Avenue, the biggest African American church in Philadelphia.
Remember the R&B group City High that hit big in the early 2000s with the singles “Caramel” and “What Would You Do?” After the group called it quits in 2003, one of the members apparently fell victim to alcoholism and will be featured on an episode of A&E’s “Intervention.” Watch the full episode here!
Lots of celebrities came out to support and perform during the "Hope For Haiti Now" telethon that aired on all major networks last night. Check out the live performances by Beyonce, who did a wonderful job singing an emotional "Halo," as well as performances by Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Jay-Z and Bono, Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, and John Legend.