WATCH: President Obama Describes His 'Toughest Day' in Office in New Promo
History will air “The 44th President: In His Own Words,” on January 15.
President Barack Obama Addresses Trump, Racism on 'The Daily Show'
The president also explains why you should sign up for Obamacare while you still can.
Singer, Poet and 'Blk Girl Soldier' Jamila Woods Talks New Album, Chicago Youth Movements and Self-Care
The Chance the Rapper collaborator’s debut solo album, “Heavn,” drops July 11 on Closed Sessions.
Jessica Williams Leaves 'The Daily Show' for Her Own Program
Williams was the show’s youngest—and only Black and female—correspondent.
Seminal Chicano Punk Band's Bassist Slams Non-Confrontational Artists and Activists
Jesus Velo: “Our continual goal is to destroy every succeeding generation of patronizing Latino American groups.”
Sherman Alexie on Creating Contemporary Native Characters for His New Children's Book
“I try to focus on the positive stuff in the Indian world,” the writer and poet told Indian Country Today Media Network.
Omar Mateen's Alleged Former Lover Describes Pulse Massacre as 'Revenge' for Rejection
“He adored Latinos, gay Latinos, with brown skin—but he felt rejected,” the man told Univision.
Bobby Brown Breaks Silence on Bobbi Kristina, Substance Abuse in New '20/20' Interview
Robin Roberts interviewed Brown ahead of the release of his upcoming memoir.
Imprisoned Native Activist Leonard Peltier Advocates for Clemency in New Interview
Peltier’s 1977 federal conviction for killing two FBI agents—in the controversial Pine Ridge Shootout—is still a cause célèbre for his supporters.
Spike Lee and Bernie Sanders Talk 'Black Lives Matter' And Brooklyn in New Interview
The “Chi-Raq” director addressed many topics with the Democratic presidential candidate for The Hollywood Reporter’s new cover story.
We Talked to the Super Funny Hannibal Buress About Some Serious S**t
On the eve of his Netflix stand-up special, “Comedy Camisado,” the Chicago native talks race, police violence and why he’s excited about the Oscars.
Black Punk Predecessors 'Death' Recognized By The Smithsonian
The all-black power trio, only recently credited as a forerunner of punk rock, will be recognized in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
[Video] ICYMI: President Obama's BET Interview on Race, Policing and National Protests
“I’ll leave it to people to speculate on what I’m saying to myself or Michelle when we’re alone at night,” President Obama tells BET’s Jeff Johnson.
Here's A Preview of Darren Wilson's First TV Interview, Airing Tonight
Wilson reportedly says he would not do anything different that day.