By Ryan Carey-Mahoney and Ryan Carey-Mahoney Social media editor Bio Follow Aaron Williams Aaron Williams Graphics reporter Email Bio Follow When it comes to hip-hop, the Grammys don’t really seem to it.
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"I'm just floored there's so few black artists featured on it, why is that?" A 1983 MTV interview with David Bowie is making its rounds on the Internet Monday, a day after the legendary singer's death.
In his fourth book, "American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures in North America," award-winning author Colin Woodard identifies 11 distinct cultures that have historically divided
In 1903, a black congregation in Wisconsin discovered that their pastor was a white man. The revelation about Rev. L.M. Fenwick, which came during a court case, caused a frenzy at Milwaukee’s St. Mark
Now, 150 years later, their story has been seemingly erased from the history books. But deep in the heart of Brazil, descendendants of these confederate expats gather annually to celebrate their controversial
Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island, is famous for its winter weather and gorgeous natural scenery, but if you ask us, it should also be known for its population of adorable animals that can't be found
(CNN) — A few days ago, when British journalist Charlene White posted on Twitter an apparently unretouched photo of supermodel Cindy Crawford, she launched a firestorm of debate over what women's bodies