The future of Fox News host Bill O'Reilly appears increasingly uncertain amid growing signs that the embattled TV star is losing support from his bosses.
Dr. Willie Parker, a 54-year-old African-American Christian traveling abortion provider in the Deep South, responds to critics who question his faith.
"We Belong," the debut album by Reach Records' Gawvi, is the kind of feel-good soundtrack we need to counter the divisive rhetoric of our times.
Lynn Whitfield stars in the Oprah Winfrey Network drama "Greenleaf," about a scandalous Memphis family and their prominent megachurch.
As the former coach of Colin Kaepernick with the San Francisco 49ers, Jim Harbaugh had been asked last fall about the player's famous protests of the national anthem.
"The Zookeeper's Wife" is, in some ways, "another Holocaust movie." It is a standard cinematic effort to depict an ugly part of history some of us would rather like to forget—but that is precisely why it is a film worth seeing.
George Orwell's dystopian drama "1984," has surged in popularity since President Donald Trump took office earlier this year.
Rachel Dolezal, who was publicly outed as a White woman trying to pass as Black, released her memoir, "In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World," to not so rave reviews.
John Gray, associate pastor at Lakewood Church under Joel Osteen, stars in the OWN broadcast reality show "The Book of John," airing on TV Easter weekend.
Not only does "Rescuing Jesus" shed light on what it means to be “progressive," but it also helps frame critical frustrations of the dominant White Church.