The HuffPost forecast model shows Clinton has a 98.2 percent chance of becoming the nation’s next president and will likely win with 323 electoral votes.
New polls suggest a strong lead in the key states for Hillary Clinton. A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that Clinton surges ahead of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump in Colorado, Iowa, and Virginia.
President Barack Obama earned a job approval rating average of 46.8 percent in his 10th quarter in office, according to a Gallup poll. This is Mr. Obama’s sixth straight quarter below the 50 percent mark, however it is virtually unchanged from his 9th quarter rating of 46.7. Obama joins a cluster of former presidents who […]
A new Presidential poll by Public Policy, has actor and drug user, Charlie Sheen beating Sarah Palin among independents: We’ve found a lot of brutal poll numbers for Sarah Palin so far in 2011: down in South Dakota, down in South Carolina, down in Arizona, only up by 1 point in Texas, only up by […]
Indigenous Peoples' DayThings You Wouldn't Have Without Native Americans
op-edTaking A Stand Against Forced Motherhood
women's history monthErika Alexander Narrates New Audible Series 'Finding Tamika'
#theblackballotKeturah Herron Wins Kentucky Special Election
#theblackballotImportant Primary Elections Happening This Week
OP-EDBlack Voters: Dressed Up With Nowhere To Go