Thursday, November 23, 2017
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Loretta Lynch confirmed, becoming first Black female Attorney General

Loretta Lynch has been confirmed by a vote of 56-43 to become the nation's Attorney General. She will succeed former attorney general Eric Holder. Lynch...

6 Million Ex-offenders, Felons Given Voting ‘Death Sentence’

By Feddie Allen of The Washington Informer Nearly 6 million former prisoners –1 million of them Black – will not be able to vote in...

The March on Gun Shops Double Standard

Black leaders are applying double standards and inconsistent methodologies to our issues

Letter to Mr. Obama: On Latinos, You’re Not Trying Hard Enough

Between record deportations and a failure to pass the DREAM Act, the Obama Administration has a lot of explaining to do

Better Late than Never: AG Settlement on the Horizon

Closure arrives for the mortgage foreclosure “robo-signing” fiasco

Gary, Indiana Gets Its First Black Female Mayor

Karen Freeman-Wilson is about to embark on one of the biggest challenges in her life - one that embodies the service and commitment she...

DC Mayor’s Musical Chairs

One thing you can never knock Washington, D.C.’s local government for is their ability to embrace sudden staff changes. Shortly before Thanksgiving, Mayor Vincent Gray announced...

Obama Flips Script with Crackdown on Mary Jane

Thought this president would let you get your medical smoke on? Think again - the Obama Administration unleashes an aggressive crackdown on medicinal marijuana.

NAACP Grills Jersey State Police on Monitoring

The feds may have stopped monitoring New Jersey state troopers in 2009, but the NAACP is still on the agency's case.

Is Ohio’s New “Guns-in-Bars” Law a Smart Move?

The Buckeye State will let you carry a firearm into a bar - so long as you don't drink. Good luck with that, fam.