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Deion ‘PrimeTime’ Sanders accomplished a lot of the goals all professional athletes strive for. But at one point in his life, the two-sport star was in a very dark place and tried to end it all. A new ESPN 30 For 30 documentary will touch on Sanders’ almost succumbing to the pressures of fame. Sanders […]

How quickly things turn around. As we reported yesterday, tennis icon Venus Williams was subjected to utterly disrespectful commentary during the Australian Open by ESPN announcer Doug Adler. Well today ESPN has decided what his punishment should be and let’s just say you won’t have to hear him on-air for the foreseeable future. Social media […]

In a recently aired special on ESPN by The Undefeated, Serena Williams opens up to Common about racism, sexism, gender and loving herself as a Black woman.

The year's almost up and it feels like we've kicked out tons of people from the black club.

For the Miami Heat player, who is among the most well-paid and talented athletes in the world, his insecurities came in the form of one outie belly button.

NewsOne Now panelist Lauren Victoria Burke took on the analysis of America's fascination with O.J. when she said, "This is the first in American history to get away with killing two White people and walk away -- it has never happened before."

If you didn’t know any better, you might think that you woke up in 1994 or 1995 all over again, as the current fascination and endless media attention involving the OJ Simpson murder trial just refuses to slow down. Today a former juror has a controversial theory as to why Simpson received a not guilty […]

Michelle Rodriguez Clears The Air Actress Michelle Rodriguez recently came under fire for some comments she made in a documentary in reference to Paul Walker’s death. Michelle says she’s sorry the documentary exploited her comments and she would have never been a part of the project had she known that would happen.  The Ayahuasca she referst […]

For Black History Month, the ESPN host said that oppression is not an excuse for African-Americans to not live out their full potential.