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This Day in Black History: Nov. 3, 1992
Carol Moseley Braun is elected to the United States Senate on Nov. 3, 1992....


Rahm Emanuel Gets Out the Black Vote in Chicago
Former Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuel won't have any problems winning election as the next mayor...


Chicago Election Shows Racial Politics Changing
The lessons from the Chicago mayoral election are still emerging, but one thing is clear: Race migh...


Party of Nine: Black Senators Celebrate Their Contributions to U.S. History
Sen. Tim Scott hosts a Black History Month event honoring former and current African-American senat...


Study: Black Women Greatly Underrepresented in Politics
“Status of Black Women in American Politics” reveals stark numbers at almost every level....


Emanuel Candidacy in Doubt After Ill. Court Ruling
Rahm vows to fight on as mayoral contestants appeal to his supporters for votes....


Meeks No Longer in Chicago Mayor's Race
Urging unity around a single African-American candidate, a Chicago pastor withdraws from the city's...


Commentary: Tim Scott Is the Clarence Thomas of Congress
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley today announced that Rep. Tim Scott will become that state's new se...


Commentary: The Susan Rice Battle Is Far From Over
Republicans may have been successful in forcing U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to withdraw her name fro...


Emanuel Near Majority for Outright Mayoral Win: Tribune Poll
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel has widened his lead in the Chic...


Harold Washington Remembered 30 Years After Becoming Mayor
Chicago is remembering Harold Washington, the city's first Black mayor, 30 years after he was sworn...


Commentary: Congratulations, William "Mo" Cowan
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick made history when he announced the appointment of William "Mo" Cow...


President Obama: A Second Term
The nation celebrates President Obama's second inauguration....


African-Americans Have Made Great Political Progress, But Still Have Far to Go
The nation hasn’t achieved that post-racial panacea it imagined the Obama presidency would achieve....


Commentary: Blacks Won't Abandon Obama Over Gay Marriage
President Obama's support of same-sex marriage was the worst kept secret in Washington....


Black community looks for Chicago mayor candidate
Black ministers | politicians and business leaders are scrambling to unify their community behind o...


AP sources: Emanuel leaving White House on Friday
White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel is set to give up his influential national post to begin a ...