Meghan Markle and Prince Harry watched George Floyd's memorial service, and are talking to community leaders and activists. Meghan thinks young people “can make change a reality.”
In a tense staff meeting, the paper admitted to inviting Sen. Cotton to write the “Send in the Troops” column, and said it will overhaul the frequently controversial opinion page.
An incensed Hayes retorted to Cuomo's claim that it is “not a fact” that police do that by exclaiming: “It is very much a fact.”
The highly professional social network’s internal Wednesday town hall on racial injustice looked more like what you'd see in a Facebook comments section.
According to the NBA star, nothing could illustrate racial disparity better than the Fox News host’s blinding “shut up and dribble” double standard.
“He’s the former defense secretary for this president. That’s uniting people, calling him the ‘most overrated’?”
Meghan broke her silence on George Floyd's death with an emotional speech, recorded on her phone, to a group of graduating students at her old high school.