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BEING MARY JANE
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She's the first Indian-American in the U.S. Senate and only the second Black woman to represent.
“Status of Black Women in American Politics” reveals stark numbers at almost every level.
Sen. Tim Scott hosts a Black History Month event honoring former and current African-American senators.
Chicago is remembering Harold Washington, the city's first Black mayor, 30 years after he was sworn in.
BET.com salutes the paths of 20 legendary African-American women.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick made history when he announced the appointment of William "Mo" Cowan as his state's new interim U.S. senator to fill the vacancy left by the departure of Sen. John Kerry to be secretary of state.
The nation celebrates President Obama's second inauguration.
Senator Tim Scott makes history as the first Black Senator to represent South Carolina. (Winter 2013)
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley today announced that Rep. Tim Scott will become that state's new senator, replacing retiring Sen. Jim DeMint.
Republicans may have been successful in forcing U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to withdraw her name from consideration to be secretary of state, but they haven't heard the last of her yet.