politics

The NAACP announced today that it will sue the state of North Carolina over its controversial Voter ID measure that was signed into law Monday by…

With the presidential election happening in just four days, the battleground state of Ohio is once again a major piece of the election puzzle. Already…

Faith & Politics can be a controversial topic, and Pastor John P. Kee weighed in on “CoCo Brother Live.” Find out where John P. Kee…

The Red Mass is a mass celebrated annually in the Catholic Church for judges, attorneys, law school professors, students, and government officials. The mass requests…

I have heavily critiqued the NAACP. I’ve spoken about how it feels very much disconnected from my generation and I’ve watched as local chapters hold…

Author Toni Morrison anointed President Bill Clinton “America’s First Black President,” and in a play on that title and what is sure to be a…

It’s election time and that means Reverend Jeremiah Wright is back on the scene. In 2008, the retired pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ…

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate on Friday approved a two-month renewal of payroll tax cuts for every American worker and unemployment benefits for millions, steering President Barack Obama toward a convincing victory over Republicans controlling the House. RELATED: GOP Give Xmas Gift to Obama The measure, expected to be cleared for Obama’s signature by the […]