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Sony Pictures Whistleblower Goes Public with Charges of Sony Pictures Racism

 A long term former Sony International Pictures employee who was prominently known as the “unidentified African-American woman” in the Sony leaked email scandal publicly came forth in a press conference sponsored by Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson on Friday, February 20. Belinda Reser who…See More
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Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek’s ‘Mr. Spock,’ dead at 83

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Leonard Nimoy, the actor known and loved by generations of "Star Trek" fans as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer Mr. Spock, has died...

The ‘Beyhive’ comes for Kid Rock after Beyoncé diss

theGRIO REPORT - Beyoncé fans around the word have come to the singer's defense against comments made by fellow musician Kid Rock during and interview with Rolling Stone.

Halle Berry wants to tell the story of Angela Davis, could it happen?

theGRIO REPORT - Halle Berry calls it her "passion project." The 48-year-old actress told The Guardian she would love to tell the story of activist Angela Davis one day...

The Center for Public Integrity

FCC approves net neutrality

The nation's top Internet regulator voted to ensure all companies have equal access to the web's pipes.

Mitt Romney, Rand Paul and a porno spoof

'Net neutrality' PR campaign highlights curious paths for peddling influence.

LA superbug outbreak calls new attention to dirty surgical instruments

Center investigation detailed dangers of dirty surgical instruments

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Egypt sentences four Brotherhood members to death

Court orders capital punishment for four Brotherhood members as Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie receives life sentence.

Egyptian court declares Hamas a 'terrorist' group

Palestinian organisation accused of aiding armed groups who have waged string of deadly attacks in Egypt's Sinai region.

The sound of cricket success in Papua New Guinea

The country missed out on the World Cup by the smallest of margins but village cricket has sparked a boom in the sport.

Hutchinson on Huffington

Trayvon Martin Remains a Challenge to America

Martin was more than just another young black male gunned down in an act of senseless violence. He became and will remain a challenge to the nation to do something about that violence.

Fifty Years Later, Questions About Malcolm X's Assassination Remain

There is no evidence that the FBI, other intelligence agencies, or the NYPD had a direct hand in Malcolm's murder. But it can't be totally separated from the well-documented, savage war that the FBI waged against black organizations and black leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr., during the 1960s.

Sony Back on the Racial Hot Seat

True diversity is more than a studio spotlighting a few black mega stars in big production movies and then back-patting itself for its efforts to make diversity a reality. It means implementing meaningful programs and initiatives.

GOP Hammers Obama Again With the Taxing the Rich Myth

The GOP cynically flips the table and blames the wealth gap and even the poverty rise on Obama's supposedly reckless tax and spend policies. This is more myth-making. Obama's budget has not broken the government's fiscal bank.

Why Brian Williams Got Away With Pandering to Racial Stereotypes about Black Gangs

Now it turns out that temporarily defrocked NBC news anchor Brian Williams may have blatantly lied about being terrorized by gangs during the Katrina debacle in 2005.

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