Susan Rice disagrees.
Amber Isaac had a dreadful suspicion that she would not survive the birth of her son. In the end, her greatest concern became a reality.
Two months after Ahmaud Arbery's death, no charges or arrests have been made in his killing.
"Think about what a difference it would make if we had a real president, not just one who played one on TV, " says Hillary Clinton.
Toyota wants to save lives in hard-hit communities. It has enlisted singers, actors and activists to get the word out about COVID-19.
In a statement, the Sanders campaign says the New York State Board of Elections is denying voters of their right to express their preference for president.
Michelle Obama is teaming up with musical legends Babyface and Teddy Riley for a voter registration challenge aimed at getting out the vote.
White supremacists and neo-Nazis weren't on the invite list for the AAAS virtual cookout. They hacked the Zoom meeting anyway.
A rise in coronavirus numbers posted over the weekend underscores the fact that the hardest-hit areas of the state are majority Black.
"Just being a Black woman made me at risk," Allyson Felix
The governor, disturbed by the Senate Majority Leader's suggestion that states file for bankruptcy, ripped into the Kentucky lawmaker.
The coronavirus has affected the lives of two key lawmakers. Rep. Maxine Waters and Sen. Elizabeth Warren reveal their ties to COVID-19.
The sender of the racist text demanded that the mayor reopen Atlanta amid a global health pandemic.
Rick Bright, a top vaccine expert with BARDA, says he was pushed out because he refused to go along with the Trump Administration's insistence in pouring money into hydroxychloroquine research.
Conservative anti-Trump group released a video ad this week endorsing Joe Biden while taking subtle shots at the impeached president.
Black Women Rally Against Georgia Governor’s ‘Perplexing’ And ‘Dangerously Incompetent’ Decision-Making
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Fair Count Founder Stacey Abrams tell Georgia residents to "stay home" despite Governor Kemp's reopening order.
The Senate has approved a $484 billion relief package intended to aid flailing businesses. Critics of the bill say it doesn't go far enough.