Following primary elections in California, U.S. Rep. Karen Bass advanced in the Los Angeles mayor race to face billionaire former Republican Rick Caruso in a runoff in November. If she wins, she will become the city's first Black woman mayor.

Karen Bass has attracted a large amount of support from Black women voters ahead of Tuesday's California primary elections in Los Angeles, a new poll found. It's a different story for Black male voters, though.

Despite promised policing reform, delays continue as the legislation —viewed by many as a compromise — could be softened in the hope of attracting bipartisan support.

Disagreements over qualified immunity to hold police legally accountable have stalled legislation on police reform as President Joe Biden's deadline of George Floyd's anniversary rapidly approaches.

Errol Webber, a Black Republican licking his wounds from the whooping Rep. Karen Bass put on him in the race for California's 37th Congressional District, is parroting Trump's claims of voter fraud without proof.

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California Democrat, Rep. Karen Bass joins Roland Martin on the set of Washington Watch to discuss the U.S. budget battle. Rep. Bass described actions recently taken by Republicans as hostage taking and demanding ransom. Bass also explains that if the Republican budget were passed it could result in a loss of 700,000 jobs. WATCH: