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President-elect Joe Boden appeared to indicated that Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will be a part of his cabinet. ... [Read More]
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund released an in-depth report Tuesday on the ways Attorney General Daniel Cameron mishandled the Breonna Taylor case... [Read More]
The Dow Jones Industrial Average went above 30,000 for the first time due to optimism for a coronavirus vaccine and gains in U.S. home prices. ... [Read More]
The U.S. government will test its coronavirus distribution networks while vaccines await emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). [Read More]
Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are expressing relief and excitement now that the Biden transition is officially underway. [Read More]
Dave Chapelle asked Netflix to pull his popular sketch comedy program, "Chappelle's Show," until ViacomCBS stops withholding his royalty payments. [Read More]
A Democratic Representative in New Jersey has filed a complaint against President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani seeking his disbarment. [Read More]
Stacey Abrams reported on Monday that more than 750,000 Georgians have requested a ballot for the state's two Senate runoff races. [Read More]
More than 125 economists are calling for more direct cash payments to American families to help weather the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein named 21 Republican senators who he says "repeatedly expressed contempt for Trump and his fitness" for office. [Read More]
President-elect Joe Biden has announced his nominees for several cabinet positions including secretary of state, national security advisor and DHS Chief. [Read More]
Ten Black Americans were among the 32 men and women selected as U.S. Rhodes Scholars and will conduct post-graduate studies at Oxford University. [Read More]
A group of voters in Michigan are suing President Donald Trump and his reelection campaign, saying his legal challenges violate the rights of Black voters. [Read More]
Bank of America is donating $1 million each to 21 different colleges including HBCUs and Hispanic-serving institutions to help close racial gaps. [Read More]
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