The blistering criticism which he's seen since he held his first "photo op" in front of St John's Church near the White House has added up to not being a good week for Donald Trump's re-election, according to Fox News journalist Chris Wallace.
After delivering an emotional and and unifying message for the funeral service of George Floyd, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pivoted to addressing the serious issues surrounding Floyd's murder at the hands of police in Minneapolis, Minn.
As he delivered the eulogy at George Floyd's funeral, the Rev Al Sharpton touched on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's recent apology for the league's treatment of quarterback Colin Kaepernick, saying that instead of apologizing, a pro team ought to sign the former San Francisco 49er.
Compared to Donald Trump’s hard talk of “dominance” over the protesters filling the nation’s streets, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden delivered a message Tuesday of healing and racial justice to the funeral service of George Floyd.
Top Senate Finance Democrat Wants Congress To Extend ‘Supercharged’ Unemployment Benefits Past July 31
Sen. Ron Wyden, the top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, on Tuesday called on Congress to extend the unemployment benefit in recent coronavirus stimulus legislation that gives unemployed workers an additional $600 in weekly jobless benefits.
As she and other congressional Democrats rolled out a package of proposed police reforms in response to the May 25 murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minn., police custody, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi discussed the opportunities and challenges ahead in achieving real social change.
Republican Sen. Mitt Romney's decision to participate in a Black Lives Matter protest was not only a big surprise, but a powerful signal as well.
Rep. Clyburn: I’d Love for Trump to Show Me What He’s Done that Equates to Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act
Rep. James Clyburn forcibly refuted assertions by Donald Trump and his Republican allies that Trump's done great great things for the African American community.
After the Friday release of the federal government's shockingly good jobs numbers, some worried that Trump administration officials were cooking the books in an effort to aid Donald Trump's re-election bid. But that doesn't appear to be the case, according to economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman.
With the US unemployment rate unexpectedly dropping to 13.3 percent, from 14.7 percent, "now is the worst possible moment to take our foot off the gas," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi advised, calling for swift Senate approval and passage into law for the HEROES Act which the House approved last month.