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Strategists say Black voters are likely not concerned about claims made by a special counsel and are more concerned about Biden delivering.

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Black immigration advocates are pleased that a highly-contested bipartisan border deal failed in the U.S. Senate.

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My wife nearly died after Florida’s abortion ban kept her from getting the critical care she needed. This is not just a women's issue.

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“The rent is too damn high!” says Marcia Fudge, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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The cohort of Black and brown Democratic lawmakers is facing what they see as an "existential threat" to their political careers.

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"Lovely One," out Sept. 3, will give readers an inside look at Jackson's Supreme Court confirmation, plus details about her personal life.

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A Tennessee legislative staffer has been placed on leave after Democratic state Rep. Justin Jones says the staffer yelled at him in a hallway.

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Gun violence remains a top concern for the White House as officials work on solutions to reduce the number of lives killed by firearms.

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Advocates are applauding a recent ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court that, at least for now, will allow race-based admissions at West Point.

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