Politics

The John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act would restore and expand provisions of the 1965 Voting Rights Act gutted by two Supreme Court decisions.

A recent report suggests the only Black Republican Senator could be making a power move ahead of the 2024 presidential season after meeting with major Republican donors.

Ahead of the Democratic primary in Ohio's 11th Congressional District, Nina Turner says providing opportunities for constituents has no political ideology and goes back to the basic premise of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

U.S. Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn testified before the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack that racist rioters called him the N-word in violence that has had a lasting effect on him mentally.

Months after announcing his intentions to run for Texas attorney general, civil rights lawyer Lee Merritt is making good on his promise and officially launched his campaign to be the Lone Star State's top cop.

The pressure is on Donald Trump’s lawyers criticized for their ineptitude as well as Senate Republicans after House Democrats rested their case on the third day of the former president’s second impeachment trial.

The minimum wage could finally get an increase to $15 per hour, but it's not so simple.

Many Black farmers remain skeptical of Tom Vilsack’s return as USDA secretary but applaud new targeted measures to address their long-ignored concerns.

Reps. Stacey Plaskett and Joe Neguse emerged from day two of the Senate's impeachment trial as prominent voices in the argument to bar Trump's ability to run for office in perpetuity.

Cleaning house, Biden has an opportunity to bring in a new crop of U.S. attorneys committed to the values of the current administration.