Get Informed - Find out what's Hot (and Not) from Can't Stop Watching's Aisha I. Jefferson, who has an opinion on almost everything on TV.
Mom To Be - 'Scandal' star shares her behind the scenes style and beauty tips.
Menu Switch - Superstars are planning to cut out meat and animal products as part of a spiritual and physical cleanse.
Funny - The comedic actress and author, who stars as Nurse Didi Ortley on this new series, talks to "The View" about her new role.
Militaristic - She is developing a project with the network about the legendary African general, adding that "he may have been the greatest general, period."
Moving On - Jones talks to Jimmy Fallon about her Dannijo jewelry line collaboration and her character, Ann Perkins, leaving the NBC show.
Justice - A South Carolina law firm seeks to clear the name of George Stinney Jr., a black 14-year-old illegally tried and executed for killing two white girls.
Small Biz Support - The President purchases a "long list" of "outstanding" books Saturday at D.C.'s Politics and Prose bookstore with Sasha and Malia.
Tragedy - The singer-actor got emotional while visiting the crash site where his "Fast and Furious" costar died in an automobile accident Saturday.
'Tis the Season - She also discusses how black Americans want to see themselves on screen, her desire to direct a "Scandal" episode and more.
Feud - The 36-year-old explodes about the fashion industry during his New York "Yeezus" concert and radio show interviews.
Motherhood - The 37-year-old confirmed she's six months along with her second child; the father reportedly is her boyfriend and not ex Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson.
Celebration - Jennifer Hudson and Jason Derulo will take the stage in Times Square for ABC’s “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2014.”
Check Out - Need a break from the fam? No worries, The Grio selected movies, such as the new "Mandela" biopic, worth a trip to the theater this holiday weekend.
Congrats! - The 'Glee' actress and her dancing pro partner took home the Mirror Ball Trophy during the season 17 finale Tuesday night.
Blessings - The singer talks about her World Series performance and her holiday special, "A Mary Christmas," airing Thanksgiving night on Revolt TV.
Yummy! - The "Black Nativity" star helps prepare an instant Thanksgiving side, carmelized Brussels sprouts, on the ABC cooking show.
Skilled - The gifted actor chats about working on his latest film, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” and HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," and more.
Lovely - "12 Years a Slave" actress Lupita Nyong’o joins Oprah Winfrey, Octavia Spencer and others as part of "The Hollywood Reporter's" annual affair.
Confession - The media maven says the director frightened her—then a newbie actress—while filming a tough scene in 1985's "The Color Purple."
Informative - The New York Times bestselling author, who recently released his latest book "David & Goliath," explains the power of the underdog.
Good TV - The popular BBC America series, starring Tatiana Maslany, will return for a second season on April 19, 2014.
Funny - Warner Brothers signed on Nicholas Stoller to pen the script and Adam McKay to direct the comedy starring Will Smith and Denzel Washington.
Icon - Kenny Edmonds talks to Oprah Winfrey about his relationship with ex-wife Tracey Edmonds, the music business, his muse Toni Braxton and more.
Partnership - The media maven and the Oscar-nominee will team for a series that's based on the book “Moody Bitches” by Dr. Julie Holland.
NBA - Derrick Rose suffered a knee injury Friday during a game in Portland; he returned this season after spending 18 months recovering from a torn ACL.
Of Course - The newly-engaged couple and parents of 5-month-old North West are considering televising their nuptials.
Where Are They Now? - The wrestling star's life became so unbearable that he contemplated suicide, he told Winfrey.
Good Match - Zoe Saldana will play the jazz trumpeter's first wife, Frances Davis, in the film starring Oscar-nominee Don Cheadle as Davis.
Grateful - The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star says she's “thankful to be alive” following a health scare that left her hospitalized.
Check It Out - "Blood, Sweat & Heels" follows the lives of six up-and-coming movers and shakers in New York; it premieres Jan. 5 at 9 p.m. EST.
Spot On? - "Saturday Night Live" guest host Lady Gaga participated in the skit that parodied the Grammy winner and his reality TV star fiancee.
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