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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who has lost her bid for reelection, addressed the role her Black race played in her failed campaign during her concession speech.

“I may be a white boy, but I’m not stupid," Biden said during a Black History Month Event at the White House while trying his hand at self-deprecating humor to address House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries.

Nigeria's presidential vote will be consequential for the country's economy and national security amid elections that are unique and critical.

Students are defending Ethan Hooper, a teacher at Howard Middle School in Florida who was suspended over anti-book ban TikTok videos.

Steven Reed, Montgomery, Alabama's first Black mayor, is doing damage control.

Donald Trump used the environmental disaster is East Palestine, Ohio, to promote himself by donating bottles of "Trump Water" to residents -- something he never did during the water crises in Flint and Jackson.

She is the first Black woman Virginia has ever elected to Congress.

Ann Coulter recently told Republican 2024 presidential candidate Nikki Haley to "go back to your own country."

During a GOP Black History Month banquet, Sen. Tim Scott claimed Republicans are being treated like "a second-class citizen," similar to the discrimination he said he's faced "because of the color of my skin."

Sen. Emanuel Jones called Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas an Uncle Tom while opposing a statue of Thomas in the Georgia Capitol.

Maryland's first Black governor is 44 years old.

Nikki Haley's video announcing her candidacy for president in 2024 was a tone-deaf, delusional white nationalist ode to American jingoism. The hypocrisy would be laughable if it wasn't so dangerous.