After making history as the first Black woman Chief Justice of The Supreme Court of North Carolina, Cheri Beasley has set her sights on the U.S. Senate in hopes to fill the space left by Vice President Kamala Harris, as there are currently no Black women senators.
Songstress Ciara has joined a campaign launched to spread awareness about cervical cancer’s disproportionate impact on Black women.
The former Barack Obama campaign political director wants to win key demographics.
A van carrying Ben Carson's presidential campaign team "hit a patch of ice and flipped on its side," striking another vehicle.
President Obama gets a lot of flak for how he’s performed over the years but, when you look back at the major issues he said he’d tackle in his 2009 inauguration speech, it’s clear that he’s a man of his word. New York magazine’s Jonathan Chait has the story: On January 20, 2009, when Obama delivered his inaugural address as […]
Ben Quayle, son of former Vice President Dan Quayle, wants voters in Arizona's 3rd Congressional District to send him to Congress so he can "knock the hell out of Washington." At least that's what he's telling them in a new campaign ad released Wednesday.
From Abe Silk at HuffingtonPost.com: Dear Obama People, Even though I've never met any of you, I suppose I like you. I mean, you (or your bosses or minions or whomever) did a damn good job getting the big guy elected.
John McCain paid a lighthearted visit to David Letterman on Thursday, joking: “I don’t want to talk about the bleeping campaign.”
ABC News has acquired a secret McCain campaign ad that never aired. Republican pundits believe that if it aired the outcome of the election could have been different. WATCH the video here.
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