Presidential hopefuls and politicians are showering the tech sector with lots of love – but, that doesn’t mean Silicon Valley should replace Washington.
While news outlets go into overdrive on crisis overseas, Detroit experiences a dehydrating meltdown that could be a sign of things to come for all of us.
Common sense would dictate going around that spot – the one where pro-Russian separatists are busily blasting Ukrainian military aircraft out of the sky.
Race-fueled Republican hate for Obama could create an unprecedented political crisis – but, could Democrats use that to mobilize Black voters in 2014?
The kind of throwback you don’t want to hear: Black male unemployment is worse now than it was 45 years ago – and few are willing to fix it.
A controversial donation turns nasty fast, exposing a drawn out political war between Big Business and Big Labor – with struggling HBCUs in the middle
The GOP attempts clever image tricks for 2016 that Democrats shouldn’t dismiss so easily because of demographics.
Griping over income inequality was never a good political strategy in the first place because voters really don’t care about the poor.
Typically boring primary elections in Mississippi, Oklahoma, New York, and Maryland were transformed into edge-of-your-seat races dominated by Black voters and politicos
The debate over the Redskins has little to do with the name and everything to do with complex political football.