Today in Notes from the GED Section, D.L. gives a passionate response to Politicians' response to the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, killing at least 21 people, including 19 students and two teachers.

D.L. had something to say about Brown's comments and spoke on it in the GED section.

Rolle talks to The D.L. Hughley Show's Jasmine Sanders on how he transitioned from a skilled drummer, from performing with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Nile Rodgers and Chic, and more to becoming an entrepreneur.

*DL Hughley is NOT happy with the way folks on social media are coming for Megan Thee Stallion after her interview with Gayle King. Don’t Miss Out! Follow The D.L. Hughley Show on Twitter and Instagram & Keep Up On Facebook Too! “I got a chance to see Megan Thee Stallion and Gayle King‘s interview. I like everybody else don’t know what happened […]

Malik Yoba opens up about his health scare and advocates for Black health, particularly heart disease.

Sage Steele, ESPN, and The Walt Disney Co. are about to give us a quick lesson in civics. Pay attention, and you might learn something.

If you peeped Kanye's latest Instagram rant from today, you already know D.L. was ready to come back with a few choice words of his own!

Will Smith states that there has been "no infidelity" in his marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith while being interviewed for a segment on CBS' "Sunday Morning" program. The entertainer went on to express that he doesn't mind the speculation posed by others, seeing it as healthy.

D.L. Hughley clapped back at Kanye West after the award-winning rapper went to Instagram to voice his displeasure on the comedian/radio host's thoughts on his posts about his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

Mary J. Blige blessed us with her presence today on the 'DL Hughley Show,' speaking with our guy Skip Cheatham about her latest LP, 'Good Morning Gorgeous,' tearing down the stage for the upcoming Super Bowl Halftime Performance and everything she's got in store for the 30th anniversary of her career.

It took two and a half weeks for a jury to be selected in the murder case of Greg and Travis McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan Jr.—the three men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery—and somehow, after that unusually long process, 11 white people and just one Black person ended up on the panel.