This Senate Hopeful Burning Confederate Flag In Campaign Ad Is The Definition Of Wanting All The Smoke
After going viral for opposing marijuana criminalization while smoking a blunt in a prior ad, Gary Chambers is making it a habit to light our timelines on fire.
Laphonza Butler, the first Black woman president of EMILY's List, says that Black women have given our lives for democracy, yet "there was once again not a single Black woman in the Senate."
With only one Republican vote in favor of advancing federal voting rights legislation, voting rights are still on the brink.
Demings could become Florida's first Black U.S. Senator and only the second woman to represent Florida in the Senate.
Despite his poor performances in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden told supporters on a phone call that "I'll be damned if we're gonna lose this nomination."
Trump threw his expected temper tantrum on Twitter as the next steps in this impeachment saga hang in the balance.
Just When You Thought Lynching Was A Federal Crime, Senate Unanimously Approves Bill That Now Makes It One
The Justice for Victims of Lynching Act ensures that perpetrators would be punished by a sentence of up to life in prison.