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Fox News was hit with a lawsuit alleging racial discrimination in its payroll department. According to the lawsuit filed last week in New York State Supreme Court, two black female employees claimed they were the subject of “top-down racial harassment” by Fox’s comptroller Judith Slater. The two payroll employees—Tichaoana Brown and Tabrese Wright—accused Slater of […]

Plus get the latest on Neil Gorsuch's confirmation process and the impending lawsuit against President Donald Trump.

It seems everyone has their way of trying to play the system, especially if a nice check could be involved.

Frank Ocean‘s dad wants his famous son to put some respeck on his name. According to TMZ, the Grammy nominated singer is being sued by his father, Calvin Cooksey, who says his son slandered name by claiming he was a bigot. Cooksey filed the lawsuit in response to a Tumblr post that Frank wrote last summer following the Orlando […]

Chef Armand Appling alleges that his former boss and Nevada dude ranch owner Madeleine Pickens asked him to make "black people food" in a federal racial discrimination lawsuit. The African-American chef, who was fired in 2014, also claims Pickens hurled degratory insults at a Black employee.

Media giant CNN has faced several lawsuits in the past few years...

Bishop James L'Keith Jones, head of one of the largest African-American Christian churches in the United States, has been accused of sexually assaulting a female member of the congregation.

Katrina Bookman doesn't care if the slot machine malfunctioned, she wants the machine's maximum prize of $6,500.

The plaintiffs are seeking $5 million in damages with one woman claiming she was forced to wear a wig after applying Optimum Amla Legend No-Mix, No-Lye Relaxer.

On Monday, lawyers for the family of Korryn Gaines notified the Baltimore County Police Department of their intent to sue for $4 million, according to The Baltimore Sun.

On Tuesday, 200 musicians, including R. Kelly, Earth Wind & Fire, Hans Zimmer, Jennifer Hudson, Three 6 Mafia, and a slew of other music industry titans, filed a brief in the Ninth Court of Appeals expressing concern over last year's ruling, during which Marvin Gaye's children won $7.4 million after suing the trio for copyright infringement.

A teacher testified that he heard the school's principal say, "If those white officers hurt my black babies, I'm going to have them fired."