The Breakfast Club's interview with college dropout Candace Owens is must-miss radio.

From Obama to Dylann Roof, she got it all wrong.

Even when Larry Elder is right, he's right for the wrong reason. 


Fallout continues over Angela Yee's comments about "The Breakfast Club."

U.S. Department of Education Secretary Miguel Cardona's visit to "The Breakfast Club" touting the Biden Administration's purported dedication to HBCUs exposed his ignorance about the recent student-led protests at Howard University.

School psychologist Dr. Umar Johnson told the Breakfast Club that his school for Black boys - The Frederick Douglass Marcus Garvey Academy - could be "up and running" soon. But there's a catch.


Republicans were patting themselves on their backs for quickly taking advantage of Joe Biden's "you ain't Black" comment to Charlamagne Tha God.


She says the assault happened after she experienced sexist and anti-Black remarks.


The icon proves even notable people can't evade the issue.


It's sure to bring all the juicy, behind the scenes drama.


The R&B singer received backlash for comments about men performing sexual acts on other men.


Democratic White House hopeful Elizabeth Warren visited "The Breakfast Club" morning radio show in what has become somewhat of a rite of passage for presidential candidates trying to maximize their appeal to Black voters.