The fourth episode of the fifth season of 'Snowfall' sees the police harassment of Black neighborhoods during the crack epidemic of the 1980s mirror the martial law tactics implemented in real life, and it's only the beginning of the race war.

For the second episode of Snowfall's fifth season, the review explores the parallels between the problems facing the U.S. government in the show with the problems facing the U.S. government during the Iran-Contra conflict of the 1980s.

For the season five premiere of Snowfall, CassiusLife explores how the show's inclusion of college basketball star Len Bias's real death in 1986 is setting the stage for the crack epidemic to be exposed in the show similar to how it was in real-life.

For W. Kamau Bell, doing a series about the Bill Cosby scandal has had its challenges. In an interview with Page Six, he explains that it has been "hard to confront" given how much he as a comedian admires his legacy but was compelled to listen to the women the 84-year old has been accused of sexually assaulting.

50 Cent’s rise in Hip-Hop will most likely not be replicated ever again. A recent article confirms his come up in Hollywood is just as stellar.

Whoopi Goldberg has apologized for her ill-advised comments on The View when she said the “Holocaust isn’t about race,” but apparently a heartfelt apology wasn’t enough. On Tuesday, ABC News president Kimberly Godwin said in a note to staff that Goldberg would be issued a two-week suspension from the show. “Effective immediately, I am suspending […]

"The View" co-host and actress Whoopi Goldberg issued an apology for her comments made during a discussion on the show, where she stated that the Holocaust "was not about race." She did so after several Jewish organizations responded to those comments, which were made during a discussion of a school board banning books about the Holocaust, furiously online.

The beautiful statue of George Floyd was unveiled only days before it was defaced.

There's a biographical television series about Martin Luther King Jr. on its way; head inside for details.

The upcoming show will “break down timely issues playing out in the world of sports,” HBO said in a statement.

The rapper pulls no punches, so it should come as no surprise that he's reportedly sounded off regarding the Primetime Emmys not doing people of color justice.