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Bodak Rainbow? Cardi B Proves She’s a Unicorn, Rocking a Rainbow Mane With Her Baby Bump
Cardi B continues to prove that pregnancy won’t dampen her style. The Invasion of Privacy rapper-singer stepped out in Atlanta Wednesday night with fiance Offset wearing waist-length locks in a full
Atlanta ransomware attack may cost another $9.5 million to fix
The effects of the "SamSam" ransomware attack against Atlanta's government were much worse than it seemed at first glance. To start, city Information Management head Daphney Rackley revealed at a
The damage from Atlanta’s huge cyberattack is even worse than the city first thought
More than two months after a cyberattack hobbled many of its critical municipal systems, the city of Atlanta is still sorting through the wreckage of what is likely the worst cyberattack targeting a
The Best TV Shows of 2018 (So Far)
The year so far has been crammed with so much great television that even with many standbys absent from the scene — fan favorites including “Better Call Saul,” “Game of Thrones,” and “Veep” have not
Home-selling startup Opendoor adds an engineering office in Atlanta
EXCLUSIVE: Opendoor, an online platform for home sellers and buyers, announced today that it is opening an engineering office in Atlanta. While Opendoor has sales and operations offices in other
What Prestige TV Can Learn from the First 'X-Files' Movie
Twenty years on, we should see more ambitious shows making a jump to the big screen.
Out With the Old, In With the New: 7 Young Hollywood Stars on the Rise
It's time for the Old Guard to pass the torch to these talented up-and-comers.
'Steve Harvey Morning Show' Employee Bryan Cooke Found Dead in Atlanta Hotel
Steve Harvey's co-host Kier 'Junior' Spates' assistant, Bryan Cooke, was found dead.
The Unofficial Gag Order of Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown): 16 Years in Prison, Still Not Allowed to Speak
At the modern intersection of Islamophobia and the Black Lives Matter movement resides Jamil Al-Amin (formerly H. Rap Brown), the now forgotten civil rights activist and revolutionary leader who, 16
Gay, black and HIV positive: America's hidden epidemic – video
If you are a black, gay man in America, your risk of contracting HIV is one in two. Leah Green travels to Atlanta, Georgia, which has the largest gay and black community in the country. She finds out
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How TV Is Trying to Survive Against the World-Dominating Netflix
Can anything be done to compete with the streamer or is TV fighting a losing battle?
Stream Zaytoven's Debut Album 'Trap Holizay' f/ Future, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, and More
Zaytoven drops his new album featuring a ton of frequent collaborators.
Uber Driver Arrested With Passengers in His Car on Outstanding Attempted Rape Warrant
An Uber driver was arrested by authorities outside Atlanta after a license plate check revealed he had a litany of outstanding warrants. Those charges included two counts of attempted rape, two counts
Georgia Medical Examiner Rules CDC Employee Timothy Cunningham’s Death Suicide by Drowning
The death of Timothy Cunningham, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention employee who went missing in early February, only for his body to be found in the Chattahoochee River in early April, has
Donald Glover Says Paper Boi and Earn Are Most Likely 'Star Wars' Fans
But what about Darius?
Actresses Arrested in Atlanta for Taking Too Long in the Bathroom
Three actresses are calling for the boycott of an Atlanta restaurant after they were arrested for entering the restaurant and taking too long in the restroom.Read more...
Donald Glover on ‘Solo’ Director Drama and What It’s Like to Play an Icon
Donald Glover is ubiquitous lately. In the weeks leading up to the release of “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” which finds the 34-year-old multi-hyphenate slipping into the cape as a young Lando Calrissian,
A New Era of Protest Is Energizing Historically Black Colleges and Universities. But There Are Challenges
A new era of protest is energizing historically black colleges and universities
Here Are the Wokest TV Shows of the Trump Era
It was the pained refrain heard at coffee shops and bars throughout America in November 2016 after the unexpected results of the Presidential election: “at least art will be better under Trump.” The
A simple solution to end the encryption debate
David Gurle Contributor Share on Twitter David Gurle is the founder and chief executive of Symphony Comunication. Bill Harrington Contributor Bill Harrington is a former federal prosecutor and a