The latest summer superhero blockbuster’s release marks a return to form (and film) for movie-lovers.
The famed investigative journalist behind The New York Times’ 1619 Project will instead teach at Howard University.
First rule? Stop asking for permission.
For 13 years, nearly everything about the internationally renowned performer’s life has been controlled by her father. Now, she’s fighting to take the reins once more.
The singer-songwriter’s iconic album was released 50 years ago this week.
The five stages of grief look a little different for Amanda Kloots — and we’re here for it.
She just gave out $2.7 billion to nearly 300 organizations in a new round of giving.
Emilia Clarke’s first comic book, “M.O.M. Mother of Madness,” will be released in July.
The speaker and activist’s production company has signed a deal with Disney-owned 20th Television.
A slam dunk: Goldman Sachs is offering $10 billion to 1 million Black women.
Markle’s new children’s book, set to release June 8, was inspired by two of her very own: husband Harry and son Archie.
An ugly year bred inspiring commencement speeches.
The fashion designer and Nobel Prize-winning scientist Jennifer Doudna have teamed up to offer a one-year fellowship to a ‘woman in science.’
The pandemic forced moms and caregivers to quit jobs. Time’s Up and 200 businesses want to help.
History was made several times over as awards were doled out at this year’s Oscars ceremony.