Mitch McConnell

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested Black Americans aren't actually Americans when he said about the voting rights filibuster, "If you look at the statistics, African American voters are voting in just as high a percentage as Americans."

Almost 152 years since Black voting rights were established by the 15th Amendment, federal intervention to protect voting rights remains essential.

Thomas has been a source of political contention ever since his confirmation process thirty years ago. Days before President George Bush nominated Thomas to the Bench, Justice Thurgood Marshall spoke about not wanting a token appointment to replace him. He said someone should be picked for the right reasons and not just a token appointment with an agenda.

Capitol Police included the 79-year-old Rev. Jesse Jackson among the 20 people it detained and arrested for protesting against the filibuster on Wednesday in Washington, D.C.

Faith leaders and elected officials gathered Tuesday to pray and demand action on federal voting rights legislation.

McConnell is allegedly actively working behind the scenes to eliminate a Kentucky statute that allows Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear to choose his replacement if he doesn't finish his term in office. At the top of his list of protégés is embattled Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron.

The decades of the jagged thorn in the side of Democrats that is Mitch McConnell are coming to an end an just a few short months, Charles Booker predicted.

Sen. Cory Booker weighs in on Trump's upcoming impeaching trial.

Walmart blames a third-party vendor for using the racial slur to describe a weave cap.

Mary Elizabeth Taylor has gotten a place of national prominence after being seated behind SCOTUS hopeful and Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch during his televised confirmation hearings with the Senate Judiciary Committee.

In an almost mirror image of Tea Party demonstrations during the Obama administration, town hall meetings across the country are being used for protests against President Trump and the Republican agenda.

GOP Senators voted to "rebuke" the Massachusetts Senator, prompting her to take to Twitter and read an opposition letter from Coretta Scott King aloud on Facebook Live.