Chamillionaire launches $100,000 competition for minority-founded startups

Chamillionaire is a Grammy award winning musician who is hailed around the world for his platinum selling album, The Sound of Revenge, which spawned the multi-platinum single "Ridin Dirty." More than a decade of success in the music industry has provided him with the entrepreneurial skills and business savvy that paved the way for his ascension into the tech industry. He has invested in more than a dozen tech companies including Maker Studios (acquired by Disney), Cruise (acquired by GM), and Lyft. To bring more awareness to a demographic of startup companies that have been historically underrepresented in the investment world, Chamillionaire, E40, and, will be investing $100k in a minority or woman founded startup company, and "The Shark" Daymond John will be helping choose the best companies. The contest is being run through his app Convoz; a platform designed to “connect the world through collaborative conversations.”

Lisa Bloom uncovers new details on Jeffrey Epstein case

Attorney Lisa Bloom represents five women who say they were victims of the accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. She talked about the case and why she thinks Prince Andrew needs to come clean about his relationship with the late billionaire.

Award-winning actress, choreographer Debbie Allen talks 'Hot Chocolate Nutcracker'

Emmy and Golden Globe-award winner Debbie Allen and the Debbie Allen Dance Academy presents its award-winning family spectacular 'Hot Chocolate Nutcracker' starring Raven Symoneat the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center December 5-8. This is the tenth anniversary of the 'Hot Chocolate Nutcracker' written, directed and choreographed by Allen. In this adaptation, three laugh-out-loud wise-cracking rats take over the story, whisking us off on an adventure to Toyland, Candy Cane Land, the Rainforest, Bollywood, Egypt, the South Pole and on a magical train ride choreographed by Tony Award winner Savion Glover. Filled with lively characters, new music and spectacular dancing, Debbie Allen's 'Hot Chocolate Nutcracker' is a three-time Nutty Award-winning production that is not to be missed and promises something for the whole family,

The Reagan Legacy Foundation unveils 'Walkway to Victory'

The Reagan Legacy Foundation has unveiled what’s being called the “Walkway to Victory” in Sainte Mère Église, Normandy, France. It’s making available personalized bricks that will be used at the site of the D-Day invasion 75 years ago. Ronald Reagan’s son, Michael Reagan, and his granddaughter, Ashley, talked about the program, the late President, and the Foundation they both work on. Find out more by visiting: and