Kamala Harris

Biden made Black history -- and American history -- by making Harris the first African American woman to be nominated for the prestigious political post.

California Rep. Karen Bass, California Sen. Kamala Harris and former National Security Adviser Susan Rice seem to have become the unofficial finalists in the "veepstakes," so detractors are looking for dirt on them ... to no avail.

There may be more pressure than ever for Biden to pick a Black vice presidential running mate after his infamous "you ain't Black" gaffe last week.

Folks in his corner, like Rep. Jim Clyburn, aren't pushing for a Black woman.

He even apologizes to the officer despite many slamming the cop's "abuse of power."

The only thing we know for sure about Joe Biden's prospects for potential vice presidential running mates is that he has vowed whoever he selects will be a woman.

Gaetz's recent jab at Howard University is bringing back memories.

Kamala Harris had some words for Matt Gaetz after the congressman was upset that Howard University was awarded a portion of the $12 trillion economic stimulus package in the wake of the coronavirus.


Kevin Cooper, a Black man who maintains his innocence in the 1983 killing of three people, is currently on death row in California's San Quentin prison.

If Joe Biden becomes the Democratic nominee and picks Amy Klobuchar as his running mate over any number of qualified Black women rumored to be under consideration, some Black voters may take it as a slap in the face.

Joe Biden’s South Carolina primary win prompted a spirited online debate about his presumed Democratic nomination and who the former vice president should pick as his running mate: Stacey Abrams or Kamala Harris.

And as endorsements pour in for Joe Biden, it was unclear if the endorsements from Cory Booker and Kamala Harris would bring Black voters along with them.