Politics

Ben Carson, who once spent more than $31,000 on a dining room set for his HUD office, had the audacity to judge President Joe Biden's $6 trillion budget.

Including previously introduced proposals such as investments in infrastructure, jobs, childcare and early childhood education, the new Biden budget seeks to reposition Americans socially and economically.

All but six Republicans voted against advancing a bill that would create an independent commission to study the U.S. Capitol attack, using the procedural mechanism known as the filibuster to end the bill's discussion.

While Yang claims to be a Jay-Z fan (yeah, ok), Hov has already pledged his support for CitiGroup CEO Ray McGuire for Mayor.

A crowd of protesters gathered in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on Thursday in a solidarity protest over the tenure denial of Pulitzer prize-winning investigative journalist, Nikole Hannah-Jones.

Here are five facts about the fight for abortion rights and what’s at stake in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a controversial Mississippi case that could undo Roe v. Wade.

Disagreements over qualified immunity to hold police legally accountable have stalled legislation on police reform as President Joe Biden's deadline of George Floyd's anniversary rapidly approaches.

Ahead of an event marking the 100 years since the Tulsa race massacre, the group tasked with planning the centennial removed Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt from its committee.

Bush used the phrase "Black birthing people," during her Capitol Hill testimony this week as part of an important emerging norm.

Letitia James announced Thursday her office filed a $2.75M lawsuit against two right-ring conspiracy theorists who disseminated false information to Black voters.

Republicans like Tennessee State Rep. Justin Lafferty, who incorrectly claimed the Three-Fifths Compromise was enacted to ensure slavery didn’t spread, continue to make a mockery of history.

Led by Black legal, faith and community leaders, the Columbus Police Accountability Coalition wants the DOJ to investigate the Ohio capital city's police department for the first time in more than 20 years, not a review like the mayor requested.