Chris Rock came out swinging in one of the most anticipated opening monologues in years and took on the diversity controversy from the get-go at the 88th Academy Awards. Last night also saw Brie Larson win Best Actress, Leonardo DiCaprio snag Best Actor in his fifth nomination, Alejandro G. Iñárritu was named Best Director and Spotlight won Best Picture. With all that, the Oscars themselves did not have a great night ratings-wise with a 23.1/37 in metered market results.
It’s 2016, but a black man can’t talk to a white woman in a coffee shop without someone assuming he’s a pimp.
Mactar Mbaye, a 23-year-old entrepreneur in Quebec, arranged to meet a woman at a Tim Hortons in Laval who applied for a job at his company.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Hillary Clinton sailed to a commanding victory over Bernie Sanders in Saturday’s South Carolina primary, drawing overwhelming support from the state’s black Democrats and putting her in strong position as the race barrels toward Super Tuesday’s crucial contests.
Washington (CNN) – Charlie Sheen hasn’t endorsed anyone for president yet, but there’s one candidate in particular that he doesn’t want to see in the Oval Office: Donald Trump.
Aaron Carter has made his vote be known for who he is endorsing in the 2016 election.
In response to Donald Trump’s tweet where the GOP candidate wrote, “I am self-funding my campaign and am therefore not controlled by the lobbyists and special interests like lightweight Rubio or Ted Cruz!,” Carter replied with his celebrity endorsement.