Oprah Winfrey attended the New York premiere of her executive produced HBO documentary, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, on Tuesday. The documentary tells the story of Henrietta Lacks’ unique “immortal” cancer cells that were used in the testing and research for many medical breakthroughs.

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Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey is reconsidering running for president of these United States in 2020.

In an exclusive sit-down interview with Bloomberg‘s David Rubenstein, the billionaire said she never considered running for president until that other billionaire’s surprising victory in November.

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Michelle Obama

First lady Michelle Obama says she and President Barack Obama have lost hope since the election of Donald Trump.

Obama campaigned on a platform of hope and change in 2008. But eight years later, many Americans are still waiting for the change Obama promised to deliver.

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James Rackover

Police have arrested 2 suspects in the murder of a Connecticut man who was stabbed 15 times and buried in a shallow grave.

James Rackover, 25, of Manhattan, and his accomplice Lawrence Dilione, 28, of Jersey City, N.J., were arrested Thursday in connection with the savage murder of Joseph Comunale, 26.

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Hilary Clinton Beyonce

Jay Z and Beyonce‘s life of excess and depraved riches may be why Hillary Clinton lost the support of rural America and blue collar workers.

Clinton hoped Jay Z and Beyonce would put her in touch with black voters. But Beyonce, Jay Z and their elite friends are woefully out of touch with black America.

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Gloria Govan, Derek Fisher

Reality TV personality Gloria Govan and former NBA head coach Derek Fisher show some PDA at the Hollywood Premiere of Tyler Perry‘s Halloween comedy thriller Boo! A Madea Halloween held at ArcLight Cinerama Dome theater in Hollywood on Monday.

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Nate Parker

Nate Parker‘s scandal-plagued movie The Birth of a Nation is expected to flop at the box office this weekend. The slavery movie opened nationwide in 2,100 theaters on Friday.

The movie was a shoe-in for an Academy Award, but the Oscar hopes will end in disaster for the film’s troubled star, writer and director.

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