The Senate left families and democracy in limbo but managed to reward one of the country’s worst mayors of the modern era.

Black organizers put us up on game last summer.  

Herschel Walker's campaign finally removed a false claim from his website that claimed the U.S. Senate candidate “graduated from UGA with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.” The claim has been made elsewhere and gone uncorrected.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis introduced the "Stop Woke Act," racist and hypocritical proposed legislation that would allow parents to sue schools they believe are teaching Critical Race Theory. It'ss exactly why the term "woke" needs to be permanently scrubbed from the Caucasian lexicon.

South Carolina Congressman and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn is not only seeking re-election at the age of 81, but he is also all but daring any candidates to challenge him for the seat he's held for nearly the past three decades: "Come get it."

Rep. Tommy Benton, a Republican Georgia lawmaker who has defended the KKK and the institution of slavery, has announced that he will not be seeking re-election into the state legislature next year.

U.S. Department of Education Secretary Miguel Cardona's visit to "The Breakfast Club" touting the Biden Administration's purported dedication to HBCUs exposed his ignorance about the recent student-led protests at Howard University.

Meanwhile, Sen. Raphael Warnock remains focused on making good on his promises to all Georgians.

Despite a reported rise in crime in "The Big Easy," voters chose a new path forward by electing reformer Susan Hutson as sheriff.

Claiming she wanted to help Freeman, Trevian Kutti offered to help the embattled election worker if she would confess to non-existent fraud.

New York State Attorney General Letitia "Tish" James' decision to end her brief gubernatorial campaign has derailed the prospects of her becoming the first Black woman governor in American history, but it also effectively puts Donald Trump and the Trump Organization on heightened notice.

During a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson suggested gargling mouthwash as a viable treatment for COVID-19 saying, “Standard gargle, mouthwash, has been proven to kill the coronavirus.”