New York's polls closed nearly three ago. But many candidates still don't know whether they've won -- because New York City is still counting ballots that arrived in the mail.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday blocked subpoenas from congressional Democrats for President Donald Trump's personal and business financial records but kept open the possibility that they could ultimately be enforced.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden will unveil the first major plank of his economic agenda Thursday, detailing a moderate proposal to use government purchasing to spur manufacturing in sectors such as clean energy, infrastructure and health care.
Robert Johnson, the Founder of Black Entertainment (BET) has consistently spoken out against the wealth divide between the black and white communities, and everyone knows that the surest way out of poverty is through a solid education.
Perry Green doesn’t believe that Joe Biden is listening to what young, Black Americans want right now.
"Operation Warp Speed," the federal government's Covid-19 vaccine program, on Tuesday announced the largest government Covid-19 vaccine contract to date -- a $1.6 billion contract with Novavax, a Maryland biotech company.
The shooting death of an eight-year-old girl near the burned-out Wendy’s in Atlanta where Rayshard Brooks was killed by a police officer risks fanning a backlash against weeks of demonstrations across America by people campaigning for racial justice.
As Americans head into a holiday weekend in the shadow of a ravaging coronavirus pandemic, some governors are rethinking their stance on face coverings after days of record infections.