Vice President

The nation's first Black Vice President echoed earlier calls for unity and reverence by the Lincoln Memorial Reflection Pool.

Kamala Harris made history on Wednesday after she was sworn into office as the first Black woman to become Vice President of the United States.

On the heels of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and President-elect Joe Biden’s historic victory, a wave of congratulatory messages from the HBCU community poured in.

Following Kamala Harris’ historic win, books penned by the Vice President-elect are flying off the shelves.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama shared words of wisdom following Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ historic victory.

HBCU alumnae who unwaveringly worked to tip the scale towards change were instrumental in Howard University alumna Kamala Harris’ historic victory.

Joe Biden was expected to win the 2020 election and make Kamala Harris the first Black woman vice president-elect after votes in Georgia and Pennsylvania all but determined Trump's path to re-election was impossible.

Folks in his corner, like Rep. Jim Clyburn, aren't pushing for a Black woman.

Vice President Stacey Abrams has a good ring.

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas will administer the vice presidential oath to Mike Pence during the Inauguration Ceremony on Jan. 20.