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Denzel: ‘Be the best you, that you can be’

As the award-season moves swiftly to the Jan. 24 Oscar nominations, the pre-awareness screenings for “Fences,” which stars director and producer, Academy Award winner Denzel Washington, has picked up a powerful momentum. Make no mistake. Acquiring a nomination and winning ...

Denzel Washington talks #OscarsSoWhite

Denzel Washington knows firsthand the struggle for actors of color in Hollywood.

Chris Rock is going on tour

Chris Rock is coming to a venue near you.

Taraji P. Henson, Richard Gere and more celebs to honor giving

You may be used to seeing Taraji P. Henson dish out snappy one-line comebacks as street-smart matriarch Cookie Lyon on Fox's "Empire."

Truck driver who hit Tracy Morgan's limo pleads guilty

A former Walmart truck driver who crashed into a limousine carrying comedian Tracy Morgan and three others pleaded guilty Tuesday in a New Jersey court. Under the terms of the plea deal, he is not expected to serve jail time.

Prayers for Kanye West

News that Kanye West has been hospitalized resulted in an outpouring of well wishes for the rapper.

Janelle Monae on 'Moonlight' and 'Hidden Figures'

Janelle Monae is someone you'll be seeing a lot of this year.

The Rock is the Sexiest Man Alive for 2016

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson continues to crush it.

Russell Simmons aiding digital diversity

Russell Simmons is a pioneer in creating content for and about the underserved -- and he sees no reason to stop now.

James Baldwin reaches out from the grave in ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

The late James Baldwin reached out from his grave and bitch-slapped America in “I Am Not Your Negro” by filmmaker Raoul Peck.

Chance the Rapper leads hundreds from concert to early vote site

Chicago rap star Chance the Rapper led hundreds of crowd members from a free concert to an early voting location in the city on the night before Election Day, an effort dubbed the "Parade to the Polls" that was captured ...

CMA responds to allegations it removed social media posts over Beyoncé performance backlash

The Country Music Association is pushing back on reports it deleted social media posts about a performance by Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks at this week's CMA Awards.

These celebs won Halloween

Let's be honest: You knew Beyoncé was going to shut it down for Halloween.

Jidenna gets political: The next president must make college more affordable

Grammy Award nominee Jidenna said one of "the most imperative tasks" the next president can accomplish is making higher education affordable.

Viola Davis takes on poverty in hometown

You know her as the tough-as-nails defense attorney Analise Keating on the ABC series "How to Get Away with Murder." But in real life, actress Viola Davis fights for a different cause: ending poverty.