The Day After Election 2018: Trump Fires Attorney General Jeff Sessions; Press Conference Features White House Aide Prying Mic Away From Reporter; Trump, Jr. Expects Indictment

Less than 24 hours ago, Republicans held control of the United States Senate, and knocked off several Democratic incumbents, adding to a current GOP advantage in the upper chamber ... Continue Reading →

Ja Rule Calls 50 Cent A “Ring-Kissing Coon”, Posts Pic Of 50 With President Trump

The long-running beef between rap vets 50 Cent and Ja Rule is not showing any signs of going away, and likely won’t especially since Ja Rule posted an attack on 50 on Instagram ... Continue Reading →

Lucy McBath, Mother Of Slain Florida Teenager Jordan Davis, Leads Republican In Potential Upset In Georgia Congressional Race

Democratic candidate Lucy McBath is poised to win a historic upset in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. As of Wednesday afternoon, McBath leads Republican incumbent Karen ... Continue Reading →

Stacey Abrams Trails Slightly In Georgia Race Rife With Voter Suppression Accusations: Runoff May Be Coming

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams trails Republican Brian Kemp by about 75,000 votes out of nearly 4 million total votes cast. In a speech last night, Abrams ... Continue Reading →

Democrats Say ‘Checkmate’, Reassume Control Of The House Of Representatives In Stunning Wave Election

In a stunning rebuke to President Trump and his Republican followers in Congress, Democrats nationwide sent incumbents and would-be GOP officeholders packing, rolling along in a wave ... Continue Reading →

Amendment 4 PASSES: More Than 1.4 Million Ex-Felons Regain Voting Rights In Florida Immediately; Amendment Poised To Be Game Changer In 2019 AND 2020 Elections

It took over 150 years but Florida voters have put to rest a disgraced vestige of the state’s ugly slavery history: Florida’s ban on ex-felons being allowed to vote has ... Continue Reading →

History DEFERRED: Andrew Gillum Falls Short In Quest To Become Florida’s First Black Governor, But Promises To “Keep Fighting”

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum fell short in his bid to become the first-ever African-American governor of Florida. Although Gillum, a Democrat, lead much of the early vote totals, ... Continue Reading →