Sen. Tim Scott

This is the same man who once said that "America is not a racist country."

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.

A recent report suggests the only Black Republican Senator could be making a power move ahead of the 2024 presidential season after meeting with major Republican donors.

Clyburn echoed concerns about Senate obstruction on constitutional rights, calling for an exception to the filibuster.

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.

Rev. Al Sharpton's eulogy at Andrew Brown Jr.'s funeral called out South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott's much-debated claim that "America is not a racist country."

Tim Scott, the only Black Republican U.S. Senator, told Americans that the U.S. is not racist despite his white colleagues nominating him to rebut the president's first address to Congress simply because he is, in fact, Black.

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott -- the only Black Republican Senator -- proudly announced he wouldn’t be voting to convict Trump when the president's second Senate impeachment trial takes place.

The only Black Republican senator has come under fire for how he made an appeal to working class Americans to support President Donald Trump's tax plan that many say would only benefit the rich.

Throughout the duration of the hearing, several protesters erupted into fiery condemnation of Sessions and were escorted out by security.

Mourners gathered at St. Paul Cathedral on Thursday to pay their respects to Philando Castile, the 32-year-old Minnesota man who was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop. During the service, several people who were close to Castile spoke highly of his character. Rev. Steve Daniels Jr. spoke out: “Once again we have the […]

Alabama DMV Closings Limiting Access To Photo ID, Affects Ballot Via Voter ID Laws Alabama state officials’ decision to close 31 driver’s license offices in what is known as the “Black Belt” has raised the eyebrows of many, with some calling it an attempt to suppress the African-American vote through limiting access to state IDs and […]