Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a longtime member of the United States Supreme Court, has died at the age of 87, the Supreme Court confirmed in a statement.
Lots of fanfare and whoop-de-doo from Trump as two Gulf States—Bahrain and the UAE—signed an agreement Tuesday, Sept. 15, to normalize their relations with Israel.
The general election is less than two months away and reports of voter suppression tactics being used to prevent certain groups from casting their ballots are in full swing.
With the stroke of a pen, Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation designating the third Friday in June of each year, Juneteenth Day.
When you have lied and defamed people as much as Trump has, it’s easy to believe the current reports that he privately disparaged the war dead, calling the deceased troops “suckers” and “losers.”
New York Attorney General Letitia James recently announced that the state will again renew, for the sixth time.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took a pledge to improve police oversight and address extrajudicial police force.
On Tuesday, Sept. 8, the day after Labor Day, New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer announced that he’s running for mayor
New York City Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia resigned Tuesday, the Department of Transportation confirms.
The New York City Board of Elections appears to be slowly improving things following significant issues of disenfranchisement during the state’s June primary.
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Saturday that she will empanel a grand jury as part of her investigation into the death of Daniel Prude in Rochester.
For a Democratic governor and for the mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin to ask Trump to reconsider his visit is like extending him an open invitation.
Fabiana Pierre-Louis makes history becoming the first Black woman to serve on the New Jersey State Supreme Court.
City Councilman Ritchie Torres on Sunday called for the Inspector General of the New York City Housing Authority to investigate whether President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign violated the Hatch Act
Opening night at the 2020 Republican National Convention featured several prominent African Americans, none more outspoken and rhetorically consistent a Republican than Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina.