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Laurence Fishburne to Star in 'Roots' Series
Misty Copeland Talks Making Ballerina History
Kim: 'My career is based on openness'
Copeland, First Black Female Principal at ABT
Mexico Won't Send Contestant to Miss Universe
NeNe Leakes leaves Real Housewives of Atlanta
Black Music Month 2015: T.I.
Black Music Month 2015: Toni Braxton
The Game Charged with Hitting Police Officer
NBC Severing Relationship with Donald Trump
Kanye West's Set Interrupted by Comedian
Highlights from the BET Awards
Executor of B.B. King's Estate Named
Black Music Month 2015: Kendrick Lamar
Black Music Month 2015: Ciara
Chris Rock busts Terrence Howard Joke
Lawsuit Filed against Nick Gordon
Beyonce & More to Headline 'Made In America'
Bobbi Kristina Now in Hospice Care
Rick Ross Faces Kidnapping, Assault Charges
Lil Wayne Skips Show over Security Screening
P. Diddy says it was Self-Defense
Kanye West Admits he was Wrong!
Former ballet star Albert Evans dead at 46
Black Music Month 2015: Valerie June
Kim and Kanye are Expecting a Baby Boy
P. Diddy Arrested on UCLA Campus
Cosby Lawyers Request Toss of Defamation Suit
Kanye Performs at Birthday Bash 20 in Atlanta
Justin Bieber and Usher Back in Legal Trouble
Stevie Wonder Opens Special Olympics Games
Black Music Month 2015: Janet Jackson
Black Music Month 2015: Sammy Davis, Jr
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