Politics Noir


Biden’s record of anti-Black legislation explains why he would also be appealing to Trump supporters

An examination of Joe Biden’s record explains why he would have such strong appeal to racist white voters.

Is Bloomberg ready to take the heat?

For months billionaire Michael Bloomberg, the former New York City mayor, has been a troubling specter on the horizon; on Wednesday evening in Las Vegas he will make his debut on the debate stage.

Mike Bloomberg qualifies for Nevada presidential debate

Expect to see a new face on the debate stage.

Trump Administration cuts food stamps for at least 700,000 Americans

The Trump Administration has finalized implementation of new work requirement rules that would cut food stamp benefits for 700,000 Americans.

De Blasio endorses Bernie Sanders

Mayor Bill de Blasio endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders in the race for president on Sunday.

Bernie edges Mayor Pete

Unlike the fiasco in Iowa, the New Hampshire primary did not have to wait for the results that showed Sen. Bernie Sanders as a victor in the still crowded race.

Bloomberg apologizes again for stop-and-frisk support after 2015 audio clip resurfaces

Democratic presidential candidate and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was trending on Twitter Tuesday morning, but not for reasons likely to help his campaign.

Police shootings raise tensions between mayor, NYPD union head

Politics is threatening to divide the NYPD in the wake of two shootings targeting police officers over the weekend.

President Trump acquitted in final impeachment trial vote

President Donald Trump will remain in office following a Senate vote to acquit him

Sen. Mark Warner Raises Concerns About Trump’s Sincerity toward Black America

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Virginia) didn’t always favor impeaching President Donald Trump.

Bolton’s bomb

Former national security adviser John Bolton’s bombshell allegations may not have the devastating impact Democrats desire, but they have caused major fallout on the political front, particularly as the defense closes its argument on the impeachment trial.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams under fire for gentrification comments: 'Go back to Iowa'

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is catching heat for comments he made about gentrification.

The case against President Trump: Impeachment manager Rep. Hakeem Jeffries shares details

Brooklyn-born Congressman Hakeem Jeffries will be in the national spotlight over the next few weeks as an impeachment manager in the Senate trial against President Donald Trump.

Pelosi names House impeachment managers

Two New Yorkers are among the seven designated by Speaker Nancy Pelosi to act as managers in the Trump Senate impeachment trial.

House votes to send Trump impeachment to Senate for trial

The House of Representatives approved a resolution that appointed seven House Democrats as impeachment managers and sent articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate.