(NEW YORK) -- Sept. 15 marks the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. For many across the country, this is a way to celebrate Latino culture for a few weeks with food, music and festivals. Daily, Latinos in the U.S. are... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- As we come upon another Latinx Heritage Month, Old Navy is rolling out another empowering partnership. In collaboration with the 15 Percent Pledge, a nonprofit organization that holds large corporations accountable for supporting Black-owned businesses, Old Navy has partnered with Brazilian artist... Read More.
Vanilla Fudge has announced official details about the release of Vanilla Zeppelin, a newly remastered version of the group's 2007 Led Zeppelin covers album, Out Through the In Door. Vanilla Zeppelin will be released September 30 as a digital download and via streaming services and is... Read More.
(MIAMI) -- The Miami-Dade County School board voted against recognizing October as LGBTQ history month in a 1-8 vote, as the effects of the Parental Rights in Education law continue to trickle down. H-11, a resolution for Miami-Dade schools to formally recognize LGBTQ history month,... Read More.
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson's autobiography, The Lives of Brian: AC/DC, Me, and the Making of Back in Black, which originally was scheduled to be published in October 2021, will finally be released October 25. In the memoir, Johnson shares the story of his journey from... Read More.
(HOUSTON) -- Uvalde:365 is a continuing ABC News series reported from Uvalde and focused on the Texas community and how it forges on in the shadow of tragedy. One of the survivors of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas, was honored at Tuesday's... Read More.
The 2012 compilation Holidays Rule, featuring yuletide-themed tunes from Paul McCartney and a variety of other artists, will be released on vinyl for the first time next month in honor of its 10th anniversary. The two-LP package, which is pressed on translucent-red vinyl, will be available... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Customs and Border Protection encounters for the month of July dipped below 200,000 for the first time in months, according to statistics released this week, as the Biden administration closes in on 2 million apprehensions by CBP by the end of next... Read More.