GOP Lawmaker Uses Term 'Colored People' On House Floor In Response To Black Congresswoman
Rep. Eli Crane used the derogatory term while introducing an amendment to a military bill.
John Lewis Honored With A New Forever Stamp By The U.S. Postal Service
The Lewis forever stamp will be issued in July.
Rep. Cori Bush Uses Juneteenth Holiday To Boost Reparations Legislation
“This is the moment to put it out and we needed something like this," Bush said about the bill.
NAACP President Says That Debt Ceiling Deal 'Misses The Mark' for Black Americans
“The well-being of Black Americans and vulnerable people should never be negotiated,” NAACP President & CEO Derrick Johnson said.
NAACP Issues Warning That Debt Ceiling Impasse Could Negatively Impact Black People
President Derrick Johnson said that recent “proposals are designed to play on racist stereotypes masquerading as sound policy.”
Bring That Week Back: Eve’s Celebrates Her Son’s Birthday, Atatiana Jefferson’s Sister Dies And AP African American Studies Is Gutted In Florida
Plus, Vice President Kamala Harris speaks at the funeral for Tyre Jefferson.
George Santos Admits To Dressing In Drag, While Denouncing ‘Queen’ Label
The embattled GOP Rep. says he was young and having fun at a festival.
Hakeem Jeffries Pledges To Find Places Where He Can Work With GOP
Promising to stay about the business of governing, House Minority Leader Jeffries says Dems will work with the GOP.
GOP Support for Florida's Byron Donalds Leads House to Historic 10th Vote For Speaker
The Black Republican is acting as a "spoiler" vote from GOP members who won't support Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House.
Congressional Black Caucus Swears In Largest Class in Its History
With 58 members, the CBC celebrates 50 years of its existence as the “conscious of Congress.”