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Sunny Hostin, co-host of "The View," talks about the childhood trauma that inspired her to become a federal prosecutor.
The prime minister of the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda says Harvard University owes reparations because the school benefited from slavery there
Jay-Z sent Rolex watches, valued at $40,000, and expensive champagne to select guests as VIP passes to his foundation's upcoming gala.

Police brutality and gun violence are being highlighted in a series of powerful public service announcements that launch today.
Tamar Braxton took to Instagram to show a picture of her hatchet eyelash extensions job to her followers and they responded in her comments with comedy.
Episodes from 'Good Times' and 'All in the Family' will soon light up our television sets, as they will be the next throwback series to be featured on ABC’s 'Live in Front of a Studio Audience' December special.

A Chicago mother has become the latest to sue the city of Chicago, alleging police officers wrongfully raided her house back in 2015.
The actor and his wife had been in each other's lives since childhood and had kept their marriage and eventual split very low-key
Cardi B opens up about her decision to be a hands on mom with her daughter, Kulture and how she's just not ready to hire a nanny at this time.

Through his foundation, LeBron James will provide transitional housing for some struggling students and families who attend his I Promise School in his hometown of Akron, Ohio.
Mario Balotelli, a Black Italian soccer superstar who has battled racism his whole career, had a strong reaction on Sunday when the crowd directed monkey chants at him.
Comedian Lil Rel Howery is asking a court to grant him sole custody of his 2-year-old son, citing distrust of his baby mama after she allegedly tried to scam him out of money.
On Friday, Nov. 1 over 1,000 people gave their lives to Christ during altar call at the rapper's “Sunday Service” program in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Yeezy produced a gospel session last week that not only looked and felt like an old-school revival, but also brought people closer to glory.
Taraji P. Henson is opening up about ending one chapter of her life, and beginning a new one. Henson is in the process of both planning her spring wedding and preparing for the end of her hit TV show, Empire.
The family of a missing Clark Atlanta University student is desperate for leads, and requesting the public’s help to bring their loved one home.
President Donald Trump chose Atlanta as the site to launch a new initiative this week.  His aimed is to build a contingent of Black voters who will support his re-election.
Proving once again how selfless a person he is, Colin Kaepernick spent his 32nd birthday giving back to those in need in Oakland, California.
New York Knicks guard Reggie Bullock is heartbroken over the murder of his sister, Keiosha Moore. Bullock shared a photo and an emotional post on Instagram about the pain he was feeling losing Moore to gun violence just five years after losing another sister, Mia Henderson, tragically.
Oklahoma is freeing 527 inmates who were incarcerated for minor drug and nonviolent offenses– the largest single day of commutation in U.S. history.
Poor fan turnout and low morale led to the decision to oust Florida State University head football coach Willie Taggart- even with a buyout worth more than $18 million on the line.