The dangerous animosities of the past never went away, and have now re-emerged with new force.
A city council in Kansas is facing backlash over a plan to allocate $350,000 in federal coronavirus relief aid to purchase cameras for a local soccer complex.
Joe Biden's vow to phase out the oil industry at Thursday's debate creates a problem for Democratic candidates in red-leaning states and swing House districts as it gives Republicans an opening to tie them to their partys left wing.
Former Senate leader Harry Reid says if Democrats win the presidency and the Senate, Joe Biden should take no more than three weeks to test bipartisanship before ending the filibuster so Democrats can overcome what they call Republican obstruction and pass bills. The retired Nevada Democrat told The
Donald E. Digger Odell, an Air Force fighter pilot whowas a prisoner of war in Vietnam for more than five years after he was shot down near Hanoi in 1967, died on Thursday in Michigan. He was 86.
Police accountability board concludes that Seattle police officers used excessive force during encounters with protesters
The Seattle Office of Police Accountability (OPA) found that police officers in the city used excessive force during some encounters with protestors amid multiple Black Lives Matter demonstrations over the summer.
Desmond Meade, President & Executive Director of Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, discusses Free the Vote marches across Florida and why former felons are determined to exercise their franchise.
Ellen Weintraub, commissioner on the Federal Election Commission, and Nikole Hannah-Jones, Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of the New York Times 1619 Project, explain how the United States has decentralized and restricted voting access.
Democratic Sen. Gary Peters of Michigan says contrary to the presidents campaign promises, Trump wanted to let Detroit go bankrupt during the last recession and Pence voted against the auto industry bailout.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) said on Saturday that she will vote to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Monday, despite objections to taking up the nomination before the Nov. 3 election.