As we prepare to watch The Grammy's air this weekend, I'm reminded that it was one year ago that a generation of women learned that domestic violence can happen to anyone.
We tested 15 of the most public apologies of the year to see what makes for a good apology and a bad apology and what we can learn from our A-list of apologists.
What Did You Learn in 2009? Test your knowledge by answering these objectively scientific questions about the celebrities, politicians and fifteen minute famers who made headlines.
Rather than complain about your deluded belief that failing to be elected vice president somehow makes you president or God, I'm here to help you with some totally boss tunes to remind you how to work and play better with others.
Welcome to Snoopworld, where Chevys still are bouncin', would-be gangstas still kind of prowl the streets (albeit it's a new generation), explicit-isms flow like 40 oz. beer, and tempos best not harsh anyone's mellow.
Beyoncé's I Am...Yours is a satisfying decade-and-then-some retrospective that reveals the artist's interesting back story with a personal warmth not always emphasized by our current cast of pop stars.
Carrie Prejean is having a bit of week, isn't she? I mean, one week you're the darling of the conservative movement, and the next thing you know, you're being called a hypocrite.
Anytime abuse and violence against women hits the news, usually by way of celebrities, it is a rare opportunity for awareness and education surrounding an issue that most people would prefer to ignore.
Originally published on Youthradio.org, the premier source for youth generated news throughout the globe. By: Brandon McFarland Chris Brown's first...
Domestic violence is a health policy issue. It adds to the cost of medical care while harming the public's health.
We need to ask what kind of sentence will help ensure Brown -- and men all over the country just like him -- never beats another woman.
Now that Brown has pleaded guilty to felony assault and apologized to his fans, I wanted to offer him this very sorry little playlist.
The Apollo Theater's memorial tribute to Michael Jackson might as well have been Mardi Gras in Harlem.
Today is a day to celebrate Michael Jackson's incredible talents and the many gifts he left as part of his iconic legacy. But it's also time to recognize that a mother lost a son.
Since I met Timberlake in 1998, I've had the pleasure of working with him a fair amount. To this day, he strikes me as a guy with remarkably good instincts.
What exactly was Megan McAllister thinking when she said, "I love my fiancé and will continue to support him throughout this legal process"? Or more ...