In a complete turnaround from its faulty October beginning marked by numerous website glitches, Obamacare gets 8 million sign-ups.
On the college-bound front, high school student Kwasi Enin was accepted
to eight Ivy League colleges after scoring 2250 on the SAT exam.
The best thing to happen to the Comedy Central network since Dave
Chappelle’s 2005 departure, comedic duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan
Peele has landed the cover of Time magazine.
The name says it all. The Network Journal has been celebrating
accomplished women of color for over 15 years. And this year’s 16th "25 Influential Black Women in Business" annual event, presented by Morgan Stanley, is no different.
The “Black Twitter” universe is abuzz about, you guessed it, all things
Black. The platform has become an online cultural force.
News anchor Soledad O’Brien, who left CNN last year, has partnered with Google. The tech giant will sponsor her upcoming speaking tour.
The Grio's Joy Reid will anchor her own show on MSNBC beginning February 24. The show will air in the network's 2:00 p.m. timeslot.
According to the Associated Press, actress Diahann Carroll has dropped
out of the highly-anticipated Broadway production of “A Raisin in the
Sun” starring Denzel Washington.
The Seattle Seahawks displayed one of the most impressive performances in sports history, but what can we takeaway from last night?
The Oscar nods are in and just as we had hoped, Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave has garnered a record NINE nominations!