Whoopi Goldberg tells Andy Cohen the first steps to fight systemic racism. "People have to first look at people and see them for who they are," she says.
Indya Moore and Janet Mock ("Pose"), Jonathan Van Ness and Antoni Porowski ("Queer Eye") and other celebrities respond to the Supreme Court's pro-LGBTQ ruling.
Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline, who play John B and Sarah Cameron, respectively, on the Netflix teen series "Outer Banks," are also a couple offscreen.
Some top Latin music journalists are discontinuing use of the genre term "urbano" after music industry leaders dropped the word "urban" to classify Black music.
Times TV critic Lorraine Ali discusses Mindy Kaling's Netflix comedy "Never Have I Ever" with stars Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Poorna Jagannathan and Richa Moorjani.
Gianna Floyd, daughter of the late George Floyd, is now the proud owner of stock in Disney after Barbra Streisand sent her a gift package.
"Steps in the right direction are painful reminders that there has still been no justice for Breonna Taylor," Beyoncé wrote to the Kentucky attorney general.
Struggling arts venues asked audiences to donate tickets to canceled shows rather than request refunds. But did people do that? Our survey results.
From #BlackoutTuesday to "I Take Responsibility," stars' efforts against racism have drawn criticism and cringes. That's no excuse to stay silent.
Writer-producer-star Michaela Coel of the sitcom "Chewing Gum" mines her own experience of sexual assault for the HBO/BBC series "I May Destroy You"