Republican Party

A new study finds that the counties or areas of the country where slavery was most prevalent today vote Republican and continue to have the least progressive views on race.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump‘s campaign was in crisis mode Friday evening after he was caught on a 2005 tape bragging about “making sexual advances toward a married woman, aggressively kissing and groping other women, and boasting that ‘when you’re a star they let you do it‘” reports The New York Times: The remarkable recording, unearthed […]

There is a long evil history in the U.S. that involves validating and approving the access, acceptance, and achievements of others.

A Flint, Michigan pastor interrupted Donald Trump's stump speech at her historically Black church. The candidate had agreed to focus on the water crisis and its impact, but veered instead into Hillary bashing.

A week after Nykea Aldridge was caught in a deadly crossfire of gang violence while strolling her infant down the street on Chicago’s South Side, her cousin, NBA superstar Dwyane Wade appeared Friday on Good Morning America to discuss the tragedy. Wade, who recently signed with the Chicago Bulls, also seized the moment to discuss the ensuing social media outrage over a tweet by […]

"It is the Democratic Party that is the party of slavery, the party of Jim Crow, and the party of opposition," Trump said Tuesday evening at a rally.

Congressman Steve King doubles down on his Euro-centric world view. He couldn't let remarks about old White Republicans slide.

Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, is fond of bragging about his great relationship with African-Americans, well, you know, “The Blacks.” Who could forget how he pointed out his “African-American over here” in June while speaking about a Black supporter in Phoenix, Arizona. And don’t forget his April 2011 comment “I have a great relationship with […]

Trump is expected to be officially nominated in July at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday acknowledged increasing chances that the party will be facing an "open convention," noting the ongoing opposition posed against Trump by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Without a clear cut nominee, the party will have to resort to a floor fight to pick a nominee.

For the past several months, the nation has seen Donald Trump's evolution from boisterous real estate mogul to the Republican Party's presidential front-runner.