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Trump and Detroit are exactly who I thought they were.
La La Anthony, Bre-Z and more have roles in the star-studded film.
Ed Hartwell has moved on — literally!
Brooke, a Republican, was the first Black person to be elected by popular vote.
Politician was the first Black person to be elected to the Senate by popular vote. Watch a livestream of the ceremony on Tuesday at 11A/10C.
Secretary of State John Kerry eulogized the late liberal Republican as "a man of consummate dignity" who stayed true to himself and his beliefs.
Edward W. Brooke is the first African-American elected to the U.S. Senate on Nov. 8, 1966.
William "Mo" Cowan will fill seat vacated by Sen. John Kerry until a special election is held.
Edward W. Brooke III awarded seat in U.S. Senate.
Republican National Committee hosts third Black Trailblazer Awards luncheon.