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Congressional Black Caucus members reflect on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and a renewed fight for civil rights.
Rep. Alcee Hastings accuses President Obama of ignoring Black lawmakers and Black press.
The resolution honors Trayvon Martin and calls for the repeal of Stand Your Ground laws.
Rep. Alcee Hastings will not face a sexual harassment suit, but an ethics investigation of Rep. Laura Richardson could expand.
The House Ethics Committee won't launch a formal investigation into sexual harassment charges against Rep. Alcee Hastings, but he may still face a federal lawsuit.
Rep. Alcee Hastings believes that Congress should deal with the charges against him, not a federal court, and maintains that the sexual harassment suit filed by a former aide is unfounded.
Rep. Meeks is the third CBC member in as many weeks to find himself at the center of an ethics probe. His case involves failure to disclose financial information.
Gov. Rick Scott has signed a bill requiring welfare applicants to undergo drug testing to qualify for benefits. Other lawmakers say the measure unfair, illegal and a waste of money. They plan to fight it.
A USDA report examines its history of discrimination and provides solution to expand diversity and outreach.
Rep. Alcee Hastings is no fan of hip hop, but he’s not hating on former rapper Luther Campbell’s bid to become the next mayor of Miami-Dade County.