Benedict Cumberbatch Refers to Black Actors as 'Colored'
Benedict Cumberbatch has apologized for referring to black actors as “colored” during an interview with Tavis Smiley on PBS, saying he is “devastated” to have caused offense. In a statement Cumberbatch said: “I’m devastated to have caused offense by using this outmoded terminology. I offer my sincere apologies. I make no excuse for my being an idiot and know the damage is done.”
Richard Sherman Talks Roger Goodell, Robert Kraft and 'Conflict of Interest'
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman believes the Patriots will escape punishment for using under-inflated footballs because of New England owner Robert Kraft's friendly relationship with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Coroner’s officials identified a woman killed Sunday morning after the 2008 Mercedes sedan she was riding in crashed through the guardrail on the 118 Freeway in Chatsworth and tumbled down a steep embankment in an incident that also killed the driver.
While on the red carpet for the 2015 SAG Awards, Terry Crews, who was nominated for Outstanding Ensemble" for his comedy 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' opened up to HipHollywood about channeling his inner woman for his pre-Super Bowl Old Spice commercial.
86 percent of dads spend more time with their children today than their own fathers did with them. However, a majority of dads (7 out of 10) also reported that they could use tips on how to be a better parent.
Dove Pays Tribute to Dads in Heartwarming 2015 Super Bowl Ad
It looks like Dove may be the first brand to release its Super Bowl ad online - and it's a tearjerker aimed at dads. The ad consists of one word, "dad" (or "daddy"), which is repeated by boys and girls at different stages of their lives.
'To Be a Dad' Presented by The Bold New Toyota Camry
How do you become a good father? Is it something you learn from your parents, or a choice you make on your own? We partnered with director Lauren Greenfield and talked with some of the best dads in professional football like DeMarcus Ware, LaVar Arrington, Fred Jackson and Kurt Warner, to find out for ourselves.