Why is The Real Housewives of Potomac cast all black? Last week, we reported on the origins of the newest entry in the Real Housewives franchise, and highlighted claims from viewers and reviewers that something about the show seemed stilted. Now, we've got the full story on the Real Housewives of Potomac cast, the premise upon which the show was originally based, and the reason for the change.
Category: Race in America
K. Michelle has never been afraid to say what's really on her mind–and, now, she's letting the reigning queen of pop music have an earful. The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta alum and current star of K. Michelle: My Life came out swinging against Adele, her fans, and the whole so-called blue-eyed soul movement in a new Q&A with fans.
In the latest Anonymous KKK list update, the group has distanced itself from yesterday's release of a list of prominent politicians who are also members of the famed group. According to Anonymous–which is decentralized, and has no single leader making its decisions–yesterday's list was unintentional, and not necessarily part of what will be the official release on Thursday, November 5th.
Today, the hacker collective known as Anonymous made good on its promise to release the names of alleged KKK members. In a shock to the political establishment, the list includes many prominent politicians, including several United States Senators, and mayors of large cities. Read on to see a sampling of the Anonymous KKK list, and to see reactions from the accused.
The ongoing Kylie Jenner N-word controversy continues to dog the 18-year-old reality TV star. Earlier this week, Kylie appeared to present a close friend with a birthday cake emblazoned with the phrase "Happy Birthday N*gga." Kylie denies all involvement, but the bevy of photographs of the event have complicated matters.
Retired tennis professional James Blake says he was tackled by NYPD officers without warning when they mistook him for a credit card fraud suspect. See what he said about the scary incident and how police commissioner Bill Bratton responded...
In an interview on CNN's program State of the Union, former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin implored immigrants to America to learn English. New arrivals in the country should "speak American," she said. Read on for the transcript.
Fox & Friends' host Elisabeth Hasselback set off a new debate this week when she asked on air why the #BlackLiveMatter movement isn't a hate group. See how she supported her argument... And what others have to say.