Tag Archives: huffington post

  • Marc Lamont Hill to Host HuffPost’s Front-Page Satirical News Show

    Feb 24, 15 by Deron Dalton Leave a comment

    *The Huffington Post is launching a weekly primetime satirical TV  (online) news show on the front page airing Fridays at 9 p.m. ET. Marc Lamont Hill and HuffPost Live president Roy Sekoff will host the show. The “HuffPost Show” will look back at the top news stories of the week. Also, the satirical show will focus on […]

  • Chelsea Handler’s ‘12 Years a Slave’ Oscar Tweets Labeled Racist

    Mar 4, 14 by EURpublisher02 14 Comments

    *Comedian Chelsea Handler was invited to take over the Twitter account for The Huffington Post during Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony, and drew controversy over her tweets related to the film “12 Years a Slave.” “Uganda Be Kidding Me,” she posted whenever the film received an award. It’s also the name of her new book, […]

  • Shocking Walmart Document Shows Set Pay Grade for All Employees (Video)

    Nov 19, 12 by EurPublisher 1 Comment

    *Walmart is the Michael Jackson of retail stores/convenience stores/drugstores because people just can’t get enough! And like MJ, there’s always some sort of controversy too. They’ve been trying to take Walmart down, a peg or two, but nothing seemed to stick until now. Huffington Post reporters may have discovered a way to, at least, expose […]

  • Singer Kenny Lattimore Partners with UNCF

    Feb 25, 12 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment

    *In a recent interview with the Huffington Post, singer Kenny Lattimore shared his philosophy about education and teaching through music. He recently extended the reach of the Kenny Lattimore Foundation and has gotten involved with the United Negro College Fund’s Empower Me Tour. “It’s been really fantastic. I have a seminar that I host called […]

  • Update: Libyan Officials Confirm Moammar Gaddafi Captured and Killed

    Oct 20, 11 by EurPublisher 7 Comments

    Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi, the most wanted man in the world, has been killed, Libyan Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril said today. The flamboyant tyrant who terrorized his country and much of the world during his 42 years of despotic rule was reportedly cornered by insurgents in the town of Sirte, where Gaddafi had been born […]

  • Americans Less Religious Than They Used To Be

    Aug 23, 11 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment

    *In a survey it was found that  almost all Americans say they believe in God. Aa majority say they pray and more than a third say they go to religious services every week. But in a new book on religious trends in the United States, a Duke University professor says this picture of an unflinchingly faithful […]