Street Soldiers' Lisa Evers sits down with her weekly panel to discuss how social media is affecting relationships today.
Dancehall is one of the world’s fastest-growing music genres in the world, and some of the biggest names in hip hop and pop music are getting in on the action. But where do we draw the line between appropriation and appreciation?
New York State's new bail reform bill does away with cash bail in many cases. Supporters say it ends discrimination against low-income people, but critics say it amounts to a get-out-of-jail-free card.
The Hip Hop Has Heart Foundation, along with Hot 97’s Street Soldiers held a holiday party for 97 kids at the BronxWorks Community Center on Thursday.
Social media is changing our lives in ways we could have never imagined, with some parts benefitting us and other parts causing serious concern.
Lisa Evers and the Street Soldiers panel discuss the homelessness epidemic in New York City, and what steps can be taken to solve it.
Street Soldiers for October 5, 2019.
Lisa Evers and the Street Soldiers panel discuss te recent testimony of Daniel Hernandez, also known as the rapper Tekashi69.
It's Suicide Prevention Month, a tough time for those who have lost loved ones. But there is hope, and information out there to help save lives.
A look at the heath risks of e-cigarettes and hookahs.
Street Soldiers for August 23, 2019
Lisa Evers speaks to Eric Garner's family about the aftermath of Garner's death, reforms in the NYPD and the trial of Officer Daniel Pantaleo.
Rows on rows of razor barbed wire around the GMDC building on Rikers Island say "jail" bigger than any sign. Inside, a gated checkpoint secures the lockdown area. Fox 5 got an exclusive look inside the jail that is the temporary home to about 400 men, ages 18 to 21. They've all been arrested but the vast majority of them have not yet had their day in court.
Police Shootings Aftermath: Bridging the gap after recent tragedies and improving relations. Guests: Dr. Darrin Porcher, former NYPD Lieutenant and security expert; Jumaane Williams, NYC Councilman, Brooklyn.