President Trump has been in office for almost 600 days, depending upon when you read this article. Many conservatives and Republicans believe that he is doing a good job, and in an interview he gave himself a grade of “A+.”
Nothing has been more visibly elusive in American politics than the Black man’s vote.
While the television news media focus on President Donald Trump’s tweets and the investigation into Russian influence in the 2016 election, some of the biggest stories receive far less attention and are easy to miss.
The recent AP story claiming that the people of Baltimore, Dr. Ben Carson’s long time home, have forsaken their local hero is wedge politics at its most cynical.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association was out in full force recently for the second formal meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery.
Last week imprisoned individuals from prisons from across at least seven states went on strike to highlight their conditions and make demands for equitable and humane treatment, to bring attention to the deaths of inmates that have occurred while in ...
We lost our queen last week.
The Queen of Soul was much more than a great voice.
The movement in New York City to organize low-wage fast food employees, and to bring public attention to issues impacting their lives, marks an inflection point in the broader campaign to improve conditions for the poor and working poor.
“Truth isn’t truth,” proclaimed Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s resident counsel, guru and oracle.
When it comes to politics in this country, there is one thing that seems to be a constant—the Black vote is important and always tends to make a difference.
We are in a crucial moment both domestically and internationally, and “Sorry to Bother You” brings up some critical discussions pertaining to the role of the government interfering in our lives, what it means to be the working poor and ...
My respect and appreciation for the many milestones our president has accomplished during his two years in offices remains unwavering.
About 20,000 students recently graduated from U.S. medical schools. Now they’re beginning the next chapter of their training as residents.
Across the nation, we have all been witness to the distressing routine: People are murdered by gun violence.