Oprah Winfrey is giving $12 million to a museum being built on Washington's National Mall that will document black history, officials said Tuesday.
Oprah Winfrey is giving $12 million to a museum being built on Washington’s National Mall that will document African-American history, officials said Tuesday.
On Wednesday, Paris Jackson became a trending tabloid topic all too familiar for the Jackson family after she was rushed to a hospital for unspecified reasons.
Oprah Winfrey doesn't have a daily talk show anymore. But two years after abdicating her throne, the former talk-show queen is clear who she thinks now wear the crowns: Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan.
If you do a search on the Internet for the wealthiest black businessmen, the results may (or may not) come as a surprise to you. The list is dominated by athletes and entertainment figures; in fact, only two of the names that consistently come up are what you would consider traditional businessmen Robert Johnson (worth $550 million) and R. Donahue Peebles ($350 million).
Tip-off time is nearing. Time to see if Louisville can live up to the hype or one of those other guys can turn the Final Four into their party.
The Cardinals are not only the favorites to win the national championship, they've become sentimental favorites, as well, after rallying around Kevin Ware, the guard whose compound leg fracture in last week's regional final turned stomachs, while also warming hearts and setting the story line for this week in Atlanta.
Louisville already had the bigger names, the better team and some unfinished business after coming up short in last year's Final Four.
Disgraced Lance Armstrong said in an interview that the public will soon forget about him being the biggest dope cheat in cycling's history, just like they did former president Bill Clinton for his affair with an intern.