Controversial L.A. Prosecutor Who’s Hubby Pulled Gun On BLM Protesters Expected To Win Reelection

Widely criticized Los Angeles county district attorney Jackie Lacey appears headed for an outright reelection win, as she looks likely to avoid a runoff while holding a massive ... Continue Reading →

Video Of Louisville Cop Repeatedly Punching Subdued Man In The Face Goes Viral

A video that shows a Louisville police officer repeatedly punching a subdued suspect in the face has gone viral, prompting outrage by many of those who’ve viewed the footage. Foussene ... Continue Reading →

With Biden’s Campaign Wobbling, Are Influential Black Democrats Preparing To Overlook ‘Stop And Frisk’–And Go With Bloomberg?

With longtime Democratic frontrunner and former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign wobbling precariously, national Black Democrats may be gearing up to jump ship and turn ... Continue Reading →

A Hot Election Mess: Candidates Still Waiting To Find Out Who Won After ‘Inconsistencies’ In Iowa

There’s no clear winner in the widely anticipated Iowa Democratic Caucus, according to media reports, although South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg seemed to declare himself the ... Continue Reading →

Trump Allies Handing Out Cash Prizes To Black Voters?

Supporters of President Donald Trump are throwing giveaways to Black voters across the country, according to POLITICO. Allies of Donald Trump have begun holding events in black ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Prompts Fresh Eye Rolls With Latest Comments, This Time About ‘Poor Kids’

Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden is finding new ways to make Democrat voters anxious to topple Trump in the 2020 election uncomfortable. Barely a month since the former ... Continue Reading →

Redacted Mueller Report To Be Released Thursday

Congressional Democrats will be able to get their hands on the long-anticipated but expectedly heavily redacted Mueller report that lays out the investigation into alleged Russian ... Continue Reading →

Longtime Trump Associate Roger Stone Indicted, Arrested By Feds In Late Night Raid

Longtime Trump friend, confidant and associate Roger Stone was indicted and subsequently had his home raided by federal authorities during a pre-dawn raid overnight, according ... Continue Reading →

Florida Secretary Of State–Who Oversees Elections–Resigns After Pics Of Him In Blackface Surface

Florida Secretary Of State Mike Ertel is out of a high-paying job. That’s because photos surfaced of Ertel dressed in blackface at a party in 2005. Ertel was pretending ... Continue Reading →

Florida Republicans Accused Of Trying To Install ‘Poll Tax’ On Felon Voting Rights

Gov.-elect Ron Desantis recently said he believes the Florida Legislature should have time to take a closer look at Amendment 4, which voters overwhelmingly passed as a ballot ... Continue Reading →

President Trump Vows To Shut Government Down Over Border Wall Funding

Incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democrat Leader Chuck Schumer visited President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in the White House today and the gloves ... Continue Reading →

For The First Time Since 1982, Florida Supreme Court Will Not Have A Black Judge

For the first time in 36 years, the Florida Supreme Court will not have a Black judge sitting on the state’s highest court–and Democrats say its mostly outgoing Republican ... Continue Reading →

President’s Trump’s Former Attorney Pleads Guilty To Lying To Congress Over Russia Meeting

Michael Cohen, the New York attorney who was once described as President Dinald Trump’s “fixer”, has pleaded guilty to lying to Congress during private testimony ... Continue Reading →

Marcia Fudge Campaigning To Become First African-American Speaker Of The House?

Democratic Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge is in the news because, reportedly, she is considering launching a bid to become the nation’s first-ever African-American Speaker Of The ... Continue Reading →

Federal Judge Rules Georgia Must Review Provisional Ballots From Governor’s Race

A federal judge in Georgia has hit reverse for now on Republican Brian Kemp’s “win” in the state’s closely contested race for governor, blocking the Secretary ... Continue Reading →