Sen. John Fetterman has expertly handled the critique from GOP lawmakers and conservative talking heads over his style of dress.
Sen. Raphael Warnock, the Democrat incumbent senator in Georgia, defeated former football star Herschel Walker in the Georgia runoff.
A version of the Sgt. 1st Class Heath Robinson Honoring Our PACT Act passed this past July but a modified House version rebooted the vote.
The United States government is putting some added respect on our culture’s name. The U.S. Senate has designated November as Hip-Hop History Month.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh is on his third day of getting grilled by the U.S. Senate as part of his confirmation to join the U.S. Supreme Court bench. Sen. Corey Booker took a big political risk today and unveiled a series of sealed conversations in an effort to prove that the Republican Party and Kavanaugh are […]
Alabama voters came out in droves to help decide a tightly-contested U.S. Senate seat race between Democratic candidate Doug Jones, and his Republican counterpart, Roy Moore. With Jones victorious, poll results are pointing to Black women as being the necessary edge to gain the win and a #BlackWomen hashtag has been revived.
The U.S. Senate race is heating up as Alabama voters are at the polls to select either Democrat Doug Jones or beleaguered Republican candidate and suspected pedophile Roy Moore. During a Monday night (Dec. 11) rally to get out the vote, Moore’s wife, Kayla, stated that she and her husband aren’t anti-Semitic as they have a […]
Alabama judge and current GOP U.S. Senate nominee Roy Moore was the focus of a Washington Post piece that points to him dating and assaulting underage girls
During a planned opposition against President Donald Trump‘s nomination hearing of Sen. Jeff Sessions for the Attorney General cabinet post. Sen. Elizabeth Warren attempted to read a 1986 letter from Coretta Scott King that was critical of Sessions, but Sen. Mitch McConnell silenced her which angered fellow members and other observers.
Black Republican Party Senator Tim Scott spoke from the floor of the U.S. Senate and shared details of encounters he’s had in recent times with police. Sen. Scott said that he has been a victim of racial profiling, and gave light to an issue that has long plagued law enforcement issues over the years.
The National Rifle Association‘s assumed stranglehold on Senate GOP has manifested itself in the voting against a law that would block suspected terrorists, the mentally unfit and felons from purchasing guns.