Reputation management expert Ryan McCormick checks in with CollegeHipHop to explain why Jussie Smollett's career is over.
Almost 200 law students gathered for an evening of power networking.
Is anyone who has gone through this system really that surprised over the college admissions scandal?
Activists have been complaining about the current system for years. Do they have a better way?
Does the Jussie Smollett issue "point" to a deeper problem with our thinking?
The Fyre Festival was more than just a scam. It also shows how hard it can be for artists to make a living in the new music economy.
Sometimes you cannot believe anything you see or hear, thanks to artificial intelligence.
A growing trend could put your reputation at risk and your sex life on the Internet.
A little-known rapper from Pittsburgh is testing the Supreme Court's limits regarding the right to free speech, in a big way.
Two students presented their legal projects to 120 senior officials representing Florida’s 40 NAACP branches.
The Fyre Festival offers up a unique opportunity to look at the impact colonialism and touring has had on the Caribbean islands.
A nationally-known nonprofit organization has some advice for the music industry in the wake of the R. Kelly scandal.
Blocboy JB is the latest artist to take on the makers of the hit game "Fortnite" over "swiped" dance moves.
Van Jones is on board to lead Jay-Z and Meek Mill's REFORM Alliance.
There is a nationwide shortage of black male doctors in the United States, and one man is doing something about it.
Lemzi gave up his career as a lawyer so he could tackle important social issues using hip-hop.
Jay-Z recently won a temporary decision from a New York court to halt the process on the grounds there aren’t enough black arbitrators.
Famu Law is aggressively seeking out - and rewarding - some of the brightest law students in the country.
The Republicans have become "fear merchants."
Florida A&M recently unveiled a brand-spanking-new website for their law students.
The government is able to scan and track people based on their tattoos thanks to a top-secret project underway.
A 23-year-old hacker from the U.K. named, Marcus Hutchins who is responsible for stopping a global cyber attack.
Shontavia Johnson Professor of Intellectual Property Law, at Drake University breaks down social media behavior and how it translates to the courts
Steve Madden went from having billions to being a jailbird. Now he is giving back...
O.J. Simpson will be back on the street this October. Check out five facts about the case...
A trip to a waterpark with a gun almost got Adolphus Washington killed by the cops
J Cole's "Neighbors" video made a strong point about race but it also confused some fans...
Facebook has a huge database of revenge porn...
Read how this guy went from robbing banks to teaching students!
Read the amazing story of a man who was sentenced to life, until he earned his law degree and represented himself to get the charges dismissed.
An epic battle in Hip-Hop took place today in the halls of congress. Martin Shkreli, the guy who infamously raised the price of Turing Pharmaceuticals’ AIDS drugs 5,000%, sat in front of a congressional panel. Shkreli also copped a one of a kind Wu-Tang Clan album for $2 million and was called to testify in front of a congressional hearing over his antics.
Megaupload.com founder Kim Dotcom may be in international legal trouble, but that hasn't stopped the Internet legend from balling out. You would never be able to recognize that the 42-year-old Internet entrepreneur was "broke” in his new video "Good Life.”
"I'm being prevented from leaving, unjustly, unlawfully, without any logical reason." - Mos Def
El Chapo's sons Ivan Guzman and Alfredo Guzman seem to take pleasure in flaunting the amount of money they're raking in from The Sinaloa Cartel’s drug operations. Both Guzman’s have unverified Twitter accounts that showcase the insane sum of money both of these guys are sitting on.
Those pesky hoverboards of doing more than causing problems at airports and landing people like Mike Tyson on their asses. The popularity of the hoverboards has triggered a lawsuit by the device’s original creators Segway, over the common Hip-Hop term "swag.”
Bill Cosby has been charged with felony counts of assault over a 2004 incident!!!