On this day in Black history: Baseball’s Negro National League, first all-Black pro basketball team and more

On this day in Black history, February 13:-- In 1907, Wendell P. Dabney established The Union, which became the longest-running Black newspaper in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its motto was, "For no people can become great without being united, for in union there is strength."-- In 1920, Baseball Hall of Famer Andrew "Rube" Foster and team... Read More.

‘XXL’ Awards: Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat, J.Cole, Drake up for Artist of the Year

Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat, J.Cole and Drake are among the hip-hop stars who will be vying for Artist of the Year at the XXL Awards 2024, which launched Monday. Killer Mike, Travis Scott and Lil Uzi Vert are also nominated for Artist of the Year, while the Best New Artist category includes Sexyy Red, Destroy Lonely, Finesse2tymes, Centrel Cee, Teezo Touchdown, Lola Brooke and Rob49.Throughout the week, the XXL Awards board, which is made... Read More.