Politics

Sen. Susan Collins of Maine is among the first to call out the disastrous handling of the pandemic under the current administration.

Kicking off the second season of her talk show, The Tamron Hall Show, the in-depth interview sheds light on the incident that left the young husband and father of three unconscious in a Miami Beach seedy motel with bags on crystal meth on the scene. Gillum was found in this state alongside two other men, one of which who overdosed and been identified as a gay male escort who claimed that he and Gillum were friends.

The democratic process of voting has long excluded people based on what is known as criminal disenfranchisement laws—meaning each state has regulations that strip a person’s right to vote if they have a past felony conviction.

Kanye West's Presidential campaign took another L. Yesterday (Sept. 4), a judge granted an order to removed Yeezy's name from the Virginia ballot.

Should Joe Biden accept an endorsement from Republican former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, who is accused of trying to cover-up the Flint Water Crisis that disproportionately affected Black people? Twitter says yes.

Joe Biden would square off against Donald Trump as the 2020 election rapidly approaches. But while those two will have three times to go at it,

Cardi B teams up with Atlantic Records to spread the word about voter registration. With deadlines just around the corner, fans can find easier ways to register before their state's deadline arrives.

To use the former business mogul's words, Trump referred to the Kenosha, Wisc. officer as a "choker" under pressure.

Republicans practiced addition by deliberately subtracting Candace Owens from the RNC equation as the Republican National Convention ended by snubbing the reviled, anti-Black conspiracy theorist and not allowing her to speak.

The debut installment of "Shop Talk" is set to take place tonight at 7pm and will feature a roundtable discussion with the likes of Jermaine Dupri, Terrence J, Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, Louisiana Rep. Cedric Richmond, and Allhiphop.com CEO Chuck Creekmur. The panel will be moderated by Milwaukee barbershop owner, Gaulien “Gee” Smith.