Out of President Joe Biden’s 11 nominees to be federal judges, nine are women, five are Black and four are Black women.
Like Georgia's new voter suppression law, Florida's proposed H.B. 7041 prohibits providing voters food and drinks, imposes stricter voter ID requirements and more.
Beating Luther Hall, a Black detective, isn’t egregious enough to find white officers guilty of police brutality, according to one jury in St. Louis.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham dog-whistled about Georgia's new law restricting voting, Biden's response to that law, his proud ownership of an AR-15 and more during a Fox News appearance.
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian praised Georgia's new voter suppression laws with a statement that sounded like it could have been written in coordination with Gov. Brian Kemp’s team.
Cliff Albright, the co-founder of Black Voters Matter Fund, said the most troubling parts of SB 202 are the provisions diluting Georgia's secretary of state’s power and allowing local county boards to take over an election.
Legislation that could improve access to the ballot and strengthen democracy depends on whether the Senate can remove the filibuster, which has a history rooted in racism.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed the state's voter suppression bill into law while seated in front of a painting of a "back-breaking" plantation that "thrived" from slave labor.
Janey became the first woman and first Black person to lead the nearly 400-year-old city on Monday.
Barack Obama broke his silence on the recent string of mass shootings across American to address the most recent instance in Boulder, Colorado, where 10 people were killed, including a police officer, after a man opened fire in a grocery store.
Texas attorney general candidate S. Lee Merritt rose to prominence in part by representing families who lost loved ones as a result of high-profile police killings including Atatiana Jefferson in Fort Worth and Botham Jean in Dallas