Spike Lee (Malcolm X, Inside Man, Do the Right Thing) interviews democratic nominee Bernie Sanders. Both filmmaker and politician are Brooklyn born, and together they talk about why Brooklyn, and all of New York City made them into the influencers they are today. Who are you voting for?
How a Bout of Depression Led to Dwayne Johnson's Career-Defining Moment | Master Class | OWN
After playing football for four years at the University of Miami, Dwayne Johnson was passed over by the NFL. While he played for the Canadian Football League for a short time, he was ultimately cut from his team, the Calgary Stampeders, and sent packing.
Bernie Mac's Widow's Heartbreaking Request in Her Husband's Final Moments l Where Are They Now l OWN
Rhonda McCollough met Bernie Mac in 1974. She passed Bernie in the halls of high school and couldn't understand why he was so popular with women. Three years later, they got married. Bernie, a Chicago comedian who made his name on HBO's Def Comedy Jam and The Bernie Mac Show , passed away at 50 years old from complications from pneumonia.
He Shot At Me: Michel'le says Dr. Dre's Bullet Missed By Inches
Singer Michel'le recently sat down with VladTV and opened up about her past relationship with super-producer Dr. Dre, revealing that she was not only severely beaten by the Compton beatsmith, but that in a fit of rage, he actually attempted to shoot her in their home.
"Super Bowl Babies Choir" feat. Seal | Music Video
NFL wrote: For Super Bowl 50 the NFL and Seal brought together some actual Super Bowl Babies to recreate one of the greatest love songs of all time to celebrate the greatest game of all time. Subscribe to the NFL YouTube channel to see immediate in-game highlights from your favorite teams and players, daily fantasy football updates, all your favorite NFL Network podcasts, and more!
Ferguson Shooting: Gunfire and Aftermath of Suspect on Ground
Police said they came under fire and then shot a man in Ferguson, Missouri, on Sunday night. This clip was posted by the user Search4Swag, who regularly live tweets from protests in Ferguson. The user also tweeted that he himself was under arrest, and later, that he had been released