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Warnock and Ossoff Wins in Georgia Have Biden and Democrats Feeling ‘Peachy’

Following a near-decade war against the Voting Rights Act and the undisputable suppression of hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of African American Democratic votes, Republicans lost the White House and the Senate, in large part, because traditionally red states like Georgia flipped.

Driven by a Tumultuous Four Years, a Record 98 Million Americans Vote in Early...

The COVID-19 pandemic appears not to be stifling turnout for an election driven primarily by the controversial and divisive personal of Donald Trump. Younger...

COMMENTARY: Justice Ginsburg’s Death Could Prove Fatal to American Democracy

Through her cancer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought to the end with unwavering faith in our democracy and its ideals, and that’s how she’ll be...

Chairwoman Maxine Waters Sounds Alarm on Coming Wave of Evictions

“We can’t wait any longer we got to move. The CARES Act was an important step towards providing relief, but more help is needed....

EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA) Comments on House Impeachment Inquiry Vote

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent WASHINGTON — October 31, 2019 — Today, by a party line vote of 232-to-196, the Democrat-controlled House...