Politics

Donald Trump announced that football Hall of Famer Herschel Walker will run as a Republican for U.S. Senate in Georgia and challenge recently elected Sen. Raphael Warnock.

With no mention of qualified immunity, officials negotiating a police reform bill claim they have reached an agreement. They also cautioned that "nothing has been agreed on." Huh?

Jackson-Akiwumi is the first ex-public defender and the only Black person to currently serve on the Seventh Circuit. She's the second Black woman in her position following Judge Ann Claire Williams, who retired in 2018.

Capitol Police included the 79-year-old Rev. Jesse Jackson among the 20 people it detained and arrested for protesting against the filibuster on Wednesday in Washington, D.C.

Harris is scheduled to stop in El Paso, Texas on Friday, a significant intersection area for migrants traveling to the United States.

Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse has doubled down on his defense of being a member of an "all-white" beach club in Rhode Island, prompting Black Lives Matter leaders to say they're "ashamed" of him.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has threatened to purge more than 100,000 registered voters from the rolls just weeks ahead of a special runoff election to fill a vacant State House seat. That should sound familiar.

Politics are not immune to pettiness. Hillary Clinton's endorsement of Shontel Brown for Ohio Congress was effectively a snub of Nina Turner, the loyal adviser to Bernie Sanders, who Clinton once said: "nobody likes."

Joe Biden's meeting with Vladimir Putin for a summit in Geneva, Switzerland, prompts memories of Barack Obama's famous "death stare" when he met the Russian president.

Launching on Juneteenth, the "Blackest" bus in the country and local and national partners will tour 9 southern cities to raise awareness about the current threat to voting rights and building Black power in the south.