Any issues in the Democratic party need to be addressed internally and not playing out in anonymous talking points.
Days after President Joe Biden reaffirmed his intention to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court, Sen. Roger Wicker from Mississippi decided it was better to be racist than be silent.
The senators who voted against confirming Judge Ada Brown were not simply objecting to a Black woman judge but responding to calls from civil rights organizations to block any nominee who declined to "state unequivocally" that Brown v. Board of Education was decided correctly.
In 2020, more than 21,000 Georgians—including Kemp, who requested his ballot on Election Day—cast their ballots within 11 days of the November 3 contest, something that is no longer possible due to the new law.
On Jan. 8, 16-year-old Black girl Tioni Theus was found shot dead alongside a freeway in South Los Angeles.
Herschel Walker, the football legend-turned upstart U.S. Senate MAGA candidate in Georgia, showed his ignorance about how the Senate works when he fumbled a question about the infrastructure bill that was asked by a right-wing conservative news outlet.
Online donations were pouring in and the FAMU community was grieving after MaKayla Bryant, a beloved grad student at the HBCU, was killed in a shooting this week in Tallahassee.
Jackson State University's star quarterback Shedeur Sanders has signed a historic - and likely lucrative - "NIL" partnership with Gatorade, a first for an HBCU, or any other university, that allows him to profit from his name, image and likeness.
The upcoming criminal trial for Brett Hankison, a former Louisville police detective involved in Breonna Taylor's killing - but not charged for her killing Breonna Taylor -- will be open to the press, a Kentucky judge ruled Thursday, delivering him a legal setback.