Rep. Maxine Waters weighed in on the election, school reopenings, the economy, and more during an ESSENCE Live townhall.
Facebook and Twitter are cracking down on the spread of misinformation on their social platforms. That includes censoring lies from Donald Trump.
If successful, Wiley would become the first woman to do so, and the second African-American elected to the office.
The breakout artist spent seven hours in handcuffs for demonstrating against the racial injustice of George Floyd's death
The Secret Service signed the $45,000 contract this week, saying it needed the golf carts in order to protect a "dignitary" in Sterling, Virginia.
On Tuesday morning, Bill de Blasio sounded Trumpian, naive and almost dangerous, while discussing the coronavirus on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. Yet, somehow, that turned out not to be not the […]
The Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that support for Sanders, who performed well in Iowa and New Hampshire, continues to surge.
The activist has inked a multi-project deal with Audible, which will release the audio version of his upcoming memoir.
The House Impeachment Managers expressed their concerns that Trump's acquittal by the Senate will only promote future indiscretions.
The Kansas City Chiefs, who made a stunning comeback victory at the Super Bowl in Miami, represent the state of Missouri.
"My goal is to change the world and how people think, process emotion and digest music," Chika explains to ESSENCE.
Text from John Bolton's forthcoming book is making senate Republicans like Mitt Romney change their mind about calling witnesses.
A Washington Post-Ipsos survey of voters shows that the majority of Black Americans disapprove of the country's current state of affairs.
Nancy Pelosi is unbothered by politicians trying to force her hand at sending the Senate the articles of impeachment against Trump.
The former NFL quarterback criticized "American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people,' following the killing of Iranian military leader Qassim Suleimani, leading to outrage from conservatives.
While Klobuchar has largely escaped intense scrutiny due to her low polling numbers, now that the field is narrowing, she's going to need more than a snappy midwestern quip to explain this one.