Beyoncé’s latest album, her fifth solo studio record, has come under fire for sampling audio from the 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, which killed seven crew members.
It is a tradition for University of Maryland, College Park students to leave offerings for the Testudo statue in front of McKeldin Library for luck during finals. But, to the chagrin of students who idolize the iconic figure, the statue caught on fire at some point Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.
George Zimmerman was charged with assault Monday after his girlfriend called deputies to the home where they were living and claimed he pointed a shotgun at her during an argument, authorities said.
At the halftime show of the Ohio State versus University of Iowa football game Saturday, Buckeye fans were treated to more than just a 34-24 win.
This Saturday, The Howard Theatre will host the Black Carpet Affair celebrating D.C. native D. Floyd’s 30 years of musical contributions on the Go-Go Scene.
Josh Burdette, the 35-year-old 9:30 Club manager remembered by frequent show-goers for his shaved head, piercings and tattoos, has died.
The D.C. Department of Health may begin subsidizing medical marijuana for low income city residents.
Grammy-winner Chris Brown has suffered a seizure brought on by intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, his publicist said Saturday.
R&B singer Usher will hold on to primary custody of his two young sons.