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Here's what the King had to say to his Queen.
The couple tied the knot in England this week.
In striking down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Supreme Court has done a disservice to voters — and history.
Republicans have sought to assault minority voting rights through a wave of identification laws.
A Pennsylvania judge halted implementation of the state's controversial voter identification requirement on Tuesday, ordering the state not to enforce it in this year's presidential election but allowing it to go into full effect next year.
Civil rights leaders say they are cautiously optimistic that the court will strike down Pennsylvania's voter law changes enacted by a Republican-controlled legislature.
The decision by a Pennsylvania court to uphold Republican-led voter-law changes is a disappointing one.
Pennsylvania has become the current battleground over voting rights, with civil rights groups saying many Black voters are being disenfranchised.
The code is as follows: Understand that even though you are not a criminal, some people might assume you are, especially if you are wearing certain clothes.
The sudden retirement of U.S. Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) sent more than a little ripple through the political firmament this week.