Kamala Harris

Joe Biden was expected to win the 2020 election and make Kamala Harris the first Black woman vice president-elect after votes in Georgia and Pennsylvania all but determined Trump's path to re-election was impossible.

The president is ramping up his racist rhetoric to rally his hateful base of supporters as polling shows he's fighting an uphill battle that seemingly keeps steepening with less than a week before the election.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' presidential campaign released a trio of new ads targeting all Black voters, especially Black women, and answered Trump's "What do you have to lose" question he posed to Black people four years ago.

Sen. Kamala Harris won't be traveling for the next few days after a couple of staffers associated with her campaign have tested positive for COVID-19.

Kamala Harris called out Amy Coney Barrett for not acknowledging why Trump really nominated her for the Supreme Court: To repeal Obamacare and reverse Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion law.

Mike Pence And Kamala Harris take part in the U.S. Vice Presidential debate at University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Kamala started the debate pressing Mike Pence on the Trump administration’s handling of the coronavirus. Pence looked as if he was nursing an eye injury and dodged every one on the debate stage, except […]

With Trump's recent coronavirus scare, the debate schedule ahead of November's vote has the potential to change drastically.

With corporate donations in the news -- remember the Goya fiasco? -- NewsOne wondered about Timberland's history of political donations after Kamala Harris rocked a pair of Timbs.

Joe Biden would square off against Donald Trump as the 2020 election rapidly approaches. But while those two will have three times to go at it,

Patrisse Cullors and Alicia Garza give their thoughts after the Democratic National Convention.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' DNC speech was a moving tribute to the civil rights icons who paved the way for the success in politics being currently realized by her and other Black elected officials across the country.

Kamala Harris night accepted in glorious fashion the Democratic nomination to become the first Black woman to run for vice president on a major party's ticket.