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Hey! Everybody Loves Charlie

Make it about the district and not the Everybody Loves (name here) guy or gal you’re trying to unseat

New Map is “Fair” – But, What Happens to Charlie Rangel?

A new congressional map puts tensions to rest, but where will that leave Harlem's Black political machine?

Marching Towards Equality: Remembering the Civil Rights Act of 1964

On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson signed into law the Civil Rights Act, which prohibited any form of discrimination in public places, as well as authorized the integration of public facilities. To this very day the Civil Rights Act remains one of the most important pieces of legislation, not just for people of color but for all Americans of different gender, religion, and socio-economic status.

Obama Under Pressure to Justify Continued Libya Operations

War-weary lawmakers are calling on President Barack Obama to discuss American involvement in the ongoing NATO-led Libya bombing campaign. They contend the president is...

Rangel: Been There, Done That

No brief spotlight or magazine profile can do him justice. The life of Rep. Charlie Rangel reads like a gripping political thriller.

G.K. Butterfield: A Profile in Prudence

While considered one of the more low-key members of the Congressional Black Caucus, North Carolina 1st District Congressman G.K. Butterfield is anything but.

Rangel’s Plan for Saving the Economy, He’s Not Going Anywhere

In one of his first interviews for this legislative session, veteran lawmaker Charles Rangel (D-NY) spoke to Politc365 about ways to reduce the country’s $14 trillion dollar debt.

A Conversation with Charlie Rangel

Seeking makeover in the wake of his ethics debacle, Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) is beginning to offer expanded interviews with press.

House Dems Revolt Against Tax Cut Deal

Capitol Hill was full of surprises this week as a batallion of House Democrats openly revolted against the proposed tax cut deal between President Barack Obama and Senate Republicans.

Waters Playing Hardball In More Ways Than One

The climate on Capitol Hill melted into a surreal soup of ethics mayhem, capped by new developments surfacing in the matter of Rep. Maxine Waters.