The Zeta Phi Beta, Inc. sorority found itself in the middle of some heated criticism after a report went out that the organization banned transgender women from its ranks. The sorority has reversed course on the reported ban and will now allow transgender women to join its ranks.
Days later, CNN’s Erin Burnett issues an apology to the members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. for confusing the women for Crips gang members on-air.
Former Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd saw his career come to an end in December of 2011 after he was arrested for attempting to purchase a large amount of coke. Hurd was slapped with a 15-year prison sentence Wednesday (Nov. 13) evening, although his legal team is looking to fight back […]
Mexico enjoys the distinction of having one of the world’s most vibrant economies and is a favored tourist destination by many, with millions of international visits per year. However, the country has become infamous for less favorable reasons lately. Mexico has been ravaged by violence due to the ongoing Mexican Drug War, which was sparked […]