The 2020 MTV Video Music Awards will still go ahead despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Broadway will continue to be shut down until at least early January.
Partnering up with Emmy-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay, a new Netflix seriers on Colin Kaepernick's life, “Colin in Black & White,” will examine Kaepernick's high school years to illuminate the experiences that shaped his advocacy.
A white couple pointed guns at protesters in St. Louis as a group marched toward the mayor's home to demand her resignation after she read the names and addresses of several residents who supported defunding the police department during an online briefing.
Governments increase testings and restrictions as cases begin to surge again.
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the Trump era.
Kanye West is still going to keep his Yeezy brand around, but it will not be in the form of a shoe. West plans to design adult and kids' clothing that will be sold at Gap's stores next year.
Unilever has made the decision to pull its advertising from social medias for the rest of the year.
Whole Foods workers walked out to protest the company's policy that prevented them from wearing Black Lives Matter masks, meanwhile other companies are in full support of their employees sporting the slogan.
Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr., the last of three one-time Ku Klux Klansmen convicted in a 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed four Black girls and was the deadliest single attack of the civil rights movement, died Friday in prison, officials said.