Rep. Maxine Waters, ‘Donald Trump is More Focused on Saving Statues of Slaveholders & Confederate Generals than Protecting Americans from the Coronavirus’
Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ (CA-43) statement on Donald Trump’s negligence in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic and his threats to protestors calling for the removal of statues of Confederate generals and slaveholders:
Thousands of city employees are breathing a sigh of relief after their jobs were saved in the city’s annual budget.
Russiagate circles and surfaces again over and within the Trump administration, and this time it comes with cries of treason
Mayor Bill de Blasio said he's proposing slashing the New York City police budget by $1 billion.
Protestors are keeping up on their promise to occupy City Hall in Manhattan.
DACA recipients and supporters have a win...for now.
Protesters angered by the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis have extended that rage to the toppling of monuments they deem racist, including statues of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, both torn down in Portland, Oregon.
Jamaal Bowman declares win in Democratic Primary
With more than 2.3 million confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in America and a staggering 122,000 deaths, Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Senator Patty Murray (D-Washington) say President Donald Trump is sitting on about $14 billion ...
The House Judiciary Committee has introduced the George Floyd Justice In Policing Act.
Juneteenth will become an official New York City holiday beginning next year, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday.
In one sense Trump’s plan to change his rally in Tulsa, Okla. to Saturday, June 20, in order to avoid infringing on Juneteenth may be cheered by African Americans, but that doesn’t spare the expected turnout endangered by the increasing ...
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal is ordering that all law enforcement agencies in the state begin publicly identifying officers who commit serious disciplinary violations.
The primary elections in New York State are set to take place on June 23 but early voting has already begun and with COVID-19 still lingering people are voting by mail.
In New York’s congressional 16th district, which covers parts of the Bronx and Westchester, including Mount Vernon and New Rochelle, there is a contested race where the incumbent challenger is in danger of losing his position in office.