Jon Ossoff Goes To Bat For Keisha Lance-Bottoms In Robocall

Its all hands on deck as the Democratic Party goes all-in for Atlanta mayoral candidate Keisha Lance-Bottoms. In a recent robocall, former congressional candidate Jon Ossoff implores ... Continue Reading →

Political SHOCKER: Former Atlanta Mayor Endorses Mary Norwood’s Bid To Be Next ATL Mayor

Former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin–the city’s first female and first African American female mayor–endorsed Mary Norwood’s bid to become the majority-Black ... Continue Reading →

New Orleans’ New First Female Mayor Worked To Bring People Back To The City Post-Katrina

LaToya Cantrell was elected Saturday to become the first female mayor in New Orleans history. The 45-year-old L.A. native came to town in 1990 as a college student who ended up attending ... Continue Reading →

Activist Photo’D In Square-Off With Riot Police Set To Take Seat On Charlotte City Council Next Month

Then-thirty two year old Braxton Winston was photographed in one of 2016’s most memorable images: a young, shirtless Black man standing directly in front of heavily armed police ... Continue Reading →

After Helping Feds Convict Former Congresswoman, Woman At Center Of Corrine Brown’s Charity Scam Seeks No Jail Time

  Carla Wiley, the Virginia woman who rolled over on former Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown in a federal case, is seeking no jail time after pleading guilty to federal charges. Wiley ... Continue Reading →

Two Ladies Advance To Runoff In Historic Atlanta Mayoral Election

Last night, Atlanta voters pushed two women into a runoff to be the city’s next mayor. Councilwoman Keshia Lance-Bottoms came in first place in the crowded field, drawing 26% ... Continue Reading →

38 Year Old Becomes 1st Black Lt. Governor of Virginia

A 38 year old attorney has won election as the state of Virginia’s first African American Lt. Governor. Justin Fairfax, a former federal prosecutor, defeated Republican Jill ... Continue Reading →

Hated-On Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile Has Message For Critics: “Go To Hell”

Political guru Donna Brazile is the subject of a lot of eye rolls from Democrats who are pissed that the one-time acting Democratic National Committee chairwoman has spilled the beans ... Continue Reading →

Convicted Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown Awaits Judge’s Decision On Sentencing Delay Request

Back in May, former Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown was convicted of charges that accused her of masterminding a phony charity then using its cash resources to fund fancy trips, ... Continue Reading →

Trump Associates INDICTED As Russia Influence Probe Intensifies

Two of President Donald Trump’s associates–former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former campaign official Rick Gates–have been indicted on federal charges related ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…The Night Barack Obama Won The U.S. Presidency (2008)

It was the biggest event in our lifetimes: the night America elected its first Black President, Barack Obama. It took hundreds of years of struggles, protests, votes, sacrifices and ... Continue Reading →

Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown Denied Sentencing Deferment; Faces November Sentencing Date

Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown’s request to have her sentencing date pushed back four months was denied by U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan on Thursday. Corrigan said Ms. ... Continue Reading →

Hillary Clinton Turns 70

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton turned 70 today. Clinton, who began her career as an attorney, and who has served as First Lady and also as a U.S. Senator from New York, ... Continue Reading →

Former President Accused of SEXUAL ASSAULT On Actress?

In today’s “Well, Damn” news, nearly 100 year old former President George H.W. Bush has been accused by an actress of touching her behind–twice–while ... Continue Reading →

Atlanta May Elect White Mayor For First Time In Almost 50 Years

In less than 3 weeks, voters in the city of Atlanta will cast their ballots to determine who will be the city’s next Mayor–a powerful and high-profile position that puts ... Continue Reading →