Katherine Heigl Laverne Cox

CBS has cancelled the legal drama TV series Doubt starring transgender actor Laverne Cox in a groundbreaking primetime role after just 2 episodes.

The 32-year-old Alabama native, who was born Roderick Laverne Cox, played a fiercely competitive corporate attorney alongside actress Katherine Heigl in the midseason TV drama.

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Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards

Essence magazine honored remarkable moments and performers in film and television at yesterday’s 10th Annual Black Women in Hollywood Awards Gala, held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA.

(L-R) Janelle Monáe, Issa Rae, Aja Naomi King and Yara Shahidi were presented with Hollywood’s “Next Generation” the 2017 ESSENCE Black Women In Hollywood awards.

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents

President Donald Trump was elected by 65 million Americans who grew wary of the former administration’s socialist policies and wide open borders.

Among President Trump’s key campaign promises was to build a wall to curb drug traffic and keep Americans safe from terrorists.

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Bruce Jenner Donald Trump

Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner had a few choice words for President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday.

Jenner, 67, posted a video on his Instagram page blasting Trump and Sessions for withdrawing bathroom protections for transgender students.

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Amber Rose

Former stripper Amber Rose is being sued for slander by the owners of Ace of Diamonds strip club in Los Angeles.

According to gossip tabloid TMZ, Rose bragged to an audience at the All Def Movie Awards Wednesday night that she was the new owner of Ace of Diamonds strip club.

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