U.S. Rep. Cori Bush is not concerned with losing her congressional seat after the Department of Justice launched an investigation.
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Republicans in Wisconsin are aiming to enact a stricter anti-abortion law that experts warn will incapacitate marginalized communities.
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The measure signed by Republican Gov. Spencer Cox had cleared the Utah state House and Senate by wide, party-line majorities.
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The law gives police reform advocates a huge win: Requiring New York City's 36,000 cops to document all investigative encounters.
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The Biden-Harris 2023 campaign hired Jasmine Harris as director of Black media, theGrio exclusively reports.
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The Justice Department is investigating whether Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri misused campaign funds for her own personal...
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Several court battles in states the South accused of racial gerrymandering will determine the voting power of Black Americans in 2024.
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Biden spoke at St. John Baptist Church on the final day of a visit designed to rally Black voters before the primary on Feb. 3.
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U.S. District Judge James Dever denied a preliminary injunction two Black residents filed claiming racial bias in North Carolina districts.