Twenty years ago, on October 16, 1995, hundreds of thousands of black men gathered on the National Mall in Washington, DC to call attention to the economic and political issues facing black men in America. read more
In June of 2015, the death of a beloved lion named Cecil, at the hands of an American hunter in Zimbabwe, struck a nerve around the globe. Months later, the debate over the ethics of that hunt continues. read more
Enthusiasm for Francis’ papacy on a global scale is unrivaled. What specific aspect of Francis’ work as pope is resonating with the world and setting it aflame?There’s a hunger for authenticity in the world, and it’s what people want in their religious leaders. Pope Francis has a great love of people, a great ability to forgive. In many ways,... read more
This week saw changes in food regulation, a newly discovered species, and a tennis match for the ages. How much do you remember from the news this week? Test your knowledge by taking this quiz! read more
Republican senator and 2016 presidential candidate Lindsey Graham had an smashing comeback for Donald Trump after the real-estate mogul shared Graham's cell phone number at a campaign event. Can you "destroy" this quiz the way Graham destroyed his cell phone?
Give it your best shot. read more
“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
Forty six years ago today, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.
Msnbc invites you to revisit the magic of that historic day by testing your knowledge on all things Apollo. read more