Both Democrats and Republicans Condemn Trump's Border Wall National Emergency

The President's Friday morning declaration starts an uphill battle

Rising Rapper Phora Has Been Going Hard For Nearly A Decade — Just Ask His Legions Of Fans

MTV News talks to the Anaheim artist about YouTube comments, sneakers, and new song 'i still love you'

Cardi B's Pianist, Chloe Flower, Can't Stop Laughing At Your Grammy Memes

The performer tells MTV News about her moment-owning "Money" work on the keys

Drake Found A Signature Sound On So Far Gone — Here's How It's Evolved

Ten years of airy R&B, trap, dancehall, bounce, and more

Even After 21 Savage's Release, the Unsettling Reality of His Arrest Remains

Though Savage's release from detainment is a relief for many, the entire saga underlines a stark and undeniable truth

Inside Sir Babygirl's Neon World Of Offbeat Pop And Devoted Fans

With her debut LP, 'Crush On Me,' out this Friday, the burgeoning talent is making pop-star moves on an indie budget

Daniel Radcliffe Has Become One Of Our Most Fearless Actors

The face of a multi-billion dollar blockbuster franchise has used his success to do exactly what he wants

How Selena Gomez And Julia Michaels Captured My Mental-Health Struggle In A Song

In their collaboration "Anxiety," I heard my own

A Guide to Pacific-Trap&B, Pop's Latest Genre From Ariana Grande, Kehlani, And More

Here are eight songs to explain the fusion happening between trap&B and various East Asian pop genres

For Asian-American Artists, K-pop Is A Homecoming

Just as their parents saw the U.S. as the land of opportunity, Korean Americans with pop-star dreams now see Korea as a place to make it big

In Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, It's Too Easy to Forget Ted Bundy Was a Monster

The film's fixation on Bundy's charm overshadows his horrific crimes

How Bad Bunny Bridges LGBTQ And Latinx Identities With His Inclusive ‘Caro’ Video

The fast-rising Latin trap star has been unafraid to put himself at odds with toxic masculinity

In State of the Union Address, Trump's Attempts at Bipartisanship Fall Flat

The President often stumbled throughout a speech that covered the economy, abortion rights, and more

Surrounded By Fans And Family, Jussie Smollett Showed Strength In His Return

'I'm OK,' the Empire star said as he fought through tears. 'I'm not fully healed yet but I'm going to.'

Jawline Documentary Follows The Fleeting Fame Of Teenage Social Media Success

At the age of 16, Austyn Tester wanted to escape his boring life in rural Tennessee — so he downloaded an app and hit record

Will Presidential Hopeful Cory Booker Prove He's For the People?

The Democratic candidate's political allegiances have been questioned

What Terry Crews' Critics Are Still Getting Wrong About Masculinity

Comedian D.L. Hughley's criticisms of Crews expose his limited view of what makes a man

Hala Director Minhal Baig On Making A Movie For First Generation Muslim-Americans

The Sundance darling — acquired by Apple — captures an experience rarely told on-screen

Ariana Grande Fixed Her 'Grill' Tattoo And Now All Is Right In The World

Goodbye "tiny charcoal grill"

Earl Sweatshirt's New Film Nowhere, Nobody Is Packed With Symbols (We Think)

His next tour kicks off in March

Taylor Swift Has Ushered in a New Wave of Concert Safety — But Are We Ready For It?

Advances in technology are keeping Swift and her fans safer, but where is the line drawn?

How 'Native Son' Uses Horror to Confront Racial Inequality and White Guilt

Rashid Johnson's 2019 adaptation of Richard Wright's classic novel is an eerie update with a terrifying twist

The Last Act of 'Dirty Trickster' Roger Stone

Faced with seven charges including witness tampering and lying to Congress, the odds aren't in Stone's favor

Kamala Harris' Fight for the 2020 Democratic Nomination Won't Be Easy

Her efforts to connect with black voters could make or break her political future.