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.

The Tulsa Race Massacre is a stark example of the failure of the U.S. democracy to provide justice for race-based terroristic violence – to require reparative justice – thus, condoning it.

A fountain of some of the fakest conservative outrage has been overflowing on social media with unjustified criticism after Vice President Kamala Harris had the audacity to, gasp, offer some kind words to the American people ahead of Memorial Day.

Including previously introduced proposals such as investments in infrastructure, jobs, childcare and early childhood education, the new Biden budget seeks to reposition Americans socially and economically.

The deadline is near for families to file taxes in time to receive additional financial benefits for their children under an expanded child tax credit.

Bush used the phrase "Black birthing people," during her Capitol Hill testimony this week as part of an important emerging norm.

Letitia James announced Thursday her office filed a $2.75M lawsuit against two right-ring conspiracy theorists who disseminated false information to Black voters.

After announcing she wouldn't seek re-election, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms addressed what's next for her and who might succeed her in City Hall: "I have a pretty good idea of the people it should not be."

The Biden Administration was expected to ban menthol cigarettes in the U.S. in a move that disproportionately affects Black smokers.