The Black Lives Matter movement received a nod from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Wednesday to host a presidential town hall.
Washington Post congressional reporter Paul Kane tweeted an apology to his 10,000 followers late Monday after editors mistakenly published a story headlined “Biden to launch presidential campaign,” according to Politico.
Fathers in prison facing high debt over unpaid child support payments will have the opportunity to “press pause” with a new program.
Hillary Clinton showed up to a labor protest outside of the Trump International Hotel and spoke to workers about their right to unionize.
Iman Crosson, known as Alphacat, is loved on the internet for his comical impressions of President Barack Obama. The comedian’s latest parody features him impersonating POTUS and performing a spin on Drake’s Meek Mill-diss track, “Back to Back.”
The shade: Charlie Rangel tweeted of photo drinking a smoothie while watching the chaos after Kevin McCarthy quit the speaker race.
After tweeting that Obama was not a “real” Black president, Rupert Murdoch on Thursday apologized in an apparent attempt to save face.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says single mothers, absent fathers, and video games are to blame for the Oregon community college massacre.
Is Ben Carson victim blaming by saying he would attack the Oregon shooter instead of just “standing there?”
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Ben Carson said he would be willing to give Kanye West a good look if he decides to run for president in 2020.
69% percent of American voters oppose shutting down the government over Planned Parenthood, according to new poll results.
The UN will bring together heads of state, business leaders, and humanitarians from all over the world to celebrate Black self-reliance.
While addressing a crowd in South Carolina Thursday, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said it was possible to garner more African-American votes by speaking words about “hope”…