Bertie Bowman, Longest Serving Congressional Staffer, Dies At 92
In an unlikely success story, he rose from poverty in the segregated South to build relationships with powerful politicians.
Study: Number Of Senate Top Black Staffers Declines
These staffers who have a vital role in policymaking are largely missing from the process.
Senate Confirms USAF Gen. Charles ‘C.Q.’ Brown As Head of Joint Chiefs of Staff
Brown’s confirmation was unanimous with a 83-11 vote.
Biden Nominates Gen. Charles 'CQ' Brown As Chair Of Joint Chiefs of Staff
‘General Brown is a warrior, descended from a proud line of warriors,’ Biden said of the decorated veteran at the announcement.
Senate Republicans Block Passage of The CROWN Act to Ban Discrimination Against Natural Hair
The law would make it a federal crime to discriminate because a person has Afro-textured hair.
Sen. Raphael Warnock Holds Off Challenge From Herschel Walker In Georgia Senate Runoff Election
The win gives Democrats a clear majority in the Senate, and Warnock a six-year term.
Georgia Senate Race Adds Up To the Most Expensive Political Contest Of 2022
The campaigns are raking in money, but tracing where it’s coming from can’t fully happen until the race is called.
2022 Midterm Elections: The Black Candidates You Need To Know
From familiar faces to new kids on the block, these candidates bring a unique perspective to politics.
Herschel Walker Agrees to Debate Sen. Raphael Warnock in Georgia Senate Race
Walker relented after months of Warnock requesting they debate before November’s midterm elections.
Rep. Val Demings Wins Florida U.S. Senate Primary, Will Face Marco Rubio In November
The congresswoman faces incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio, who trails her in current polls.