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Soraya Nadia McDonald worked for The Washington Post's features desk. She left The Post in January 2016.
The Internet changed a movement, but maybe not for the better.
David Bowie was a star whose gleam couldn’t be contained by this planet. What does that mean for the way he’s remembered throughout the world?
Accusers responded to the news that Cosby was charged with felony sexual assault.
Bill Cosby has been charged with one count of felony aggravated indecent assault. He’s also facing civil litigation.
Maybe empathy should be the thing that changes the NFL when it comes to concussions, but it probably won’t.
With “Concussion,” the stakes are higher than just box-office numbers.
Something’s happening with TV’s Nice Guys™. They’re evolving.
“Ballers” producers stole show ideas, plot and characters from two unknown writers, a lawsuit alleges.
The cable network has made the first four of its five-part series on J. Cole available on the Internet for free.
The Black List is a survey of film executives’ most-liked un-produced scripts.