BP Member Lichele says, “This group is for respectable reporters, journalists, commentators…”

Before leaving for the holidays, President Bush on Tuesday commuted one prison sentence and granted 19 pardons, including one to a man who helped the Jewish resistance in the 1940s.

President-elect Barack Obama is nearly finished choosing his Cabinet as he prepares to leave Saturday on a holiday vacation in his native Hawaii.

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Bakari Kitwana moderates an exclusive discussion for NewsOne.com featuring Professor Michael Dawson, University of Chicago; Professor Melissa Harris-Lacewell, Princeton University; Professor Jonathan Weiler, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; and Angela Woodson. They talked about voter turnout, the electoral process, the significance of an Obama win, and what things are looking like on the ground. […]

This Week In Black History contains some of the most important political achievements by African-Americans in this country, from Coleman Young being elected as first Black mayor of a major city, to Reverend Jesse Jackson announcing his candidacy for President 25 years ago. View the gallery under the cut…

Smokey D. Fontaine and Michael Eric Dyson weigh in on TimeWarner’s Summit, Politics 2008: Race and Politics panel, to discuss Barack Obama’s effort to reach black voters.

Every day on our podcasts, Bakari Kitwana has raised the issue of the distinction between rhetoric and issues. There is always a gap, if not a chasm, between political rhetoric and reality. If you are a left-progressive, as I am, and you still feel invested in the political process in America, you have to suspend […]