In honor of National Margarita Day, TheRoot.com caught up with Gabrielle Union to discuss some of her favorite "Margarita Moments." See what she also had to say about Donald Trump, Stacey Dash and #BlackLivesMatter!
This year, Black Girls Rock! celebrated 10 years. Honorees include superstar Rihanna, legendary soul singer, Gladys Knight, television mogul, Shonda Rhimes, actress Amandla Stenberg, actress and playwright Danai Gurira and Black Lives Matter founders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi.
Check-out our exclusive footage from the Black Girls Rock! red carpet.
Meet Larry Smith and his partner Shawn Holman are breaking into the marijuana business. They are the stars of a new web series called "Selling Marijuana Legally" which looks at the opportunity for an African American owned pot dispensary. The series goes through the business process, shows community events and charities, culminating with a grand opening festival.
Fox Affiliate Apologizes for Deceptive 'Kill a Cop' Edit
Baltimore Fox affiliate WBFF apologized today for a deceptive edit on a protest video that made it sound like police protesters were chanting "kill a cop" when they were actually changing "'til killer cops are in cell blocks."
Bill Cosby has been charged with sexual assault more than a decade after a former Temple University employee told police the comedian drugged and violated her at his home near Philadelphia. (Associated Press)
“I understand that a dream job is not about dreaming. It’s all job. All work. All reality. All blood. All sweat. No tears. I work a lot; very hard and I love it,” said Shonda Rhimes during her Feb. 2016 TED Talk, where she chronicled her 'year of yes.'
Eric Garner's Mother To Campaign With Hillary Clinton
Gwen Carr, the mother of Eric Garner, joins José Díaz-Balart to respond to a new Bernie Sanders ad featuring her late son. She also explains why she thinks Hillary Clinton is the only candidate addressing injustices within the African American community (MSNBC).
Ferguson, Missouri swore in it's first black permanent police chief on Monday. Delrish Moss will be police chief in a town where the fatal shooting of a black teen by a white police officer sparked months of unrest. (Associated Press)