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  • Wednesday, 11 September 2019 11:20
  • Kia Morgan-Smith

Oakland Raiders' Antonio Brown walks off the field after NFL football practice in Alameda, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) thegrio.comOakland Raiders' Antonio Brown walks off

  • Tuesday, 10 September 2019 21:07
  • Jasmine Hardy

On today’s episode of DC360, Grio special correspondent Tiffany Cross discusses: Senator and democratic presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, criminal justice reform plans; The top 10 candidates meet in Houston on the campus of the HBCU Texas Southern University; Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s annual legislative conference; Hurricane Dorian refugee outrage. For all the latest political news that matters to our community, watch new episodes of DC360 on Tuesdays and Thursdays and follow Tiffany Cross on Twitter.

  • Tuesday, 10 September 2019 20:17
  • Associated Press

Odell Beckham Jr.Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., sporting an expensive watch, worth over $250,000, during his debut Sunday. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane) BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Watch it: Odell Beckham Jr.’s taking a stand against the

  • Tuesday, 10 September 2019 20:02
  • TheGrio

Antonio Moore’s new video series on theGrio discusses economics, politics, and wealth in a way that encourages us to see news of the day in a whole new way. In this episode, Antonio Moore talks billionaires, comparing and contrasting the difference between rap mogul Jay-Z and his latest partnership with the NFL, and founder and CEO of Entertainment Studios, Byron Allen, and his ongoing battle with Comcast. “Both of these men need to be analyzed first to have a true understanding of what wealth looks like in America,” shares Moore. “All wealth ain’t the same.” “When you’re 100 percent Black-owned in large part, what ends up happening is outside of your wealth you’re able to have political statements that might not be in line with what White capital wants to hear,” explains Moore.

  • Tuesday, 10 September 2019 19:31
  • Natasha S. Alford

When Kobe Richardson had been shot 14 times, Sally Hazelgrove was one of the few people he remembers who stayed by side while he recovered in the hospital. Hazelgrove, founder of the Crushers Club, a non-profit dedicated to supporting at-risk youth in Chicago, is usually at the receiving end of accolades, but has recently found herself under crushing scrutiny. Last week, photos surfaced on social media of Hazelgrove cutting Richardson’s dreadlocked hair and calling it “symbolic of change” and his “desire for a better life.” READ MORE: Are Jay-Z and the NFL bankrolling a non-profit that thinks cutting Black locs is progress? In an interview with theGrio, Richardson says the controversy is all a misunderstanding and Hazelgrove only stepped in to help him because he  didn’t feel comfortable going to a barbershop.

  • Tuesday, 10 September 2019 16:28
  • Brianna Rhodes

Wendy Williams (L), 50 Cent (Getty Images) It looks some of the ice may have thawed in the frosty relationship between Wendy Williams and 50 Cent. Appearing on the latest episode of his Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Williams shared her thoughts about 50 cent while playing a game with television host, Andy Cohen, during a game called “Plead the Fifth.

  • Tuesday, 10 September 2019 12:30
  • Kia Morgan-Smith

Tamron HallTamron HallTamron Hall speaks during the #BlogHer18 Creators Summit in New York City. (Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images) Inquiring minds have waited for the moment Tamron Hall would really open up and spill the tea about her unceremonious exit from NBC’s Today Show.

  • Tuesday, 10 September 2019 10:53
  • Kia Morgan-Smith

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West attend the opening night of the new musical 'The Cher Show' on Broadway at Neil Simon Theatre on December 03, 2018 in New York City.

  • Tuesday, 10 September 2019 10:39
  • Associated Press

This Sept. 8, 2019 photo taken from video shows the latest fashion by LaQuan Smith being modeled during Fashion Week in New York, Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019. (AP Photo/Aron Ranen) thegrio.comThis Sept.

  • Monday, 09 September 2019 21:23
  • Brianna Rhodes

After losing to 19-year-old Bianca Andreescu during the U.S. Women’s final on Saturday, tennis superstar Serena Williams admitted at a press conference to reporters that she didn’t perform like herself. Williams said she felt disappointed after the 6-3, 7-5 game and considered it to be her ‘worst match’, Peoplereports.  “I love Bianca, I think she’s a great girl, but I think this is the worst match I’ve played all tournament,” Williams said. “And it’s hard to know that you could do better. It’s inexcusable for me to play at that level.” READ MORE: Serena Williams shows no mercy against Maria Sharapova

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