OK, now, before you start lobbing grenades into the comments section, let me start by stating the obvious, for the record: This presidency is both a sham and a shit show, and its accompanying administration a corrupt clusterfuck of epic proportions.
An Iowa woman who is facing charges after allegedly voting twice for Donald Trump in November’s election has found herself back in jail after pleading guilty to yelling epithets at a neighbor.
James Comey, the 6-foot-8-inch Sasquatch masquerading as the director of the FBI, is on Capitol Hill all day testifying at the Senate Judiciary Committee’s oversight hearing of the Justice Department. While this is usually a routine, annual hearing, on Wednesday, Comey spent much of his time defending himself against…
On Thursday morning, news surfaced that the experimental humanoid who somehow got a job as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (you’re not fooling us, James Comey; we know a Frankenstein monster when we see one) wanted to tell the public about Russia’s interference in the 2016 election as early as last…
There is a deeply embedded danger in the collective black American consciousness to defend the cultural and political blackness of President Barack Obama.
We know that President-elect Trump is a racist—or, at the very least, racist-adjacent. Like no other before him, Trump won the 2016 presidential election because much of white America underestimated the level of white supremacy on which this country was founded.
Now that the shock has subsided from the election of Donald Trump as our next president, many of us are wondering what we do next and how his presidency will affect our daily lives.
Following an intense election season in which even the preseason scrimmages were filled with intense excitement, the American political system finally crowned the most unlikely candidate as its 2016 electoral champion. As always, the winning side gets to choose its own all-star team, and after the new president-elect…
Here we are, eight days removed from President-elect, and corrupt businessman, Donald Trump grabbing the Electoral College “by the p—sy” and violating his way into the White House.
White America, from Main Street to the nation’s capital, from our dinner tables to our textbooks, from the media to the religious pew, created Donald Trump. We must own him and everything he represents. He is a product of white supremacy, and each of us is not only complicit but also has benefited from a society that…
Two West Virginia officials are facing a backlash after exchanging messages mocking Michelle Obama and referring to the first lady as "an ape in heels," WSAZ reports.
An Iowa woman is upset after returning home from work Sunday afternoon to find a racist message written on her front door in permanent marker, the Des Moines Register reports.
A Michigan police officer who was placed on paid suspension after he was seen driving a pickup truck with a Confederate flag around a group protesting Donald Trump's presidential election has now resigned, the Washington Post reports.
Nowhere does the question “What’s the next step?” carry more significance than in black America. Safe to say that most black voters feel like Tom Cruise in Edge of Tomorrow, repeatedly slain by aliens on a violent beachhead one day and repeatedly waking up the next in a dopey haze of “Did that just happen?”
Editor’s note: Once a month, this column will tackle broader questions about what the country should do to increase educational opportunities for black youths.
A man was beaten up in Chicago's West Side by a group of men and women yelling, "Don't vote Trump" and "You voted Trump," as seen in a video that has since gone viral, the Chicago Tribune notes.
As a 30-year-old black queer man working in majority-white spaces, I am no stranger to indescribable trauma requiring emotional check-ins: sexual assault, homophobia, racism, incessant microaggressions and other forms of institutional violence.
President-elect Donald J. Trump is what happens when a nation lies to itself about the depth of its character.
Despite previous tense clashes and years during which Donald Trump questioned President Barack Obama's American heritage, the president-elect called the president "a very good man" in Thursday's much-anticipated White House meeting.
California isn't done denouncing Donald Trump's win yet, with high school students across the state—some of whom probably were not eligible to vote in Tuesday's presidential election—still insistent on having their voices heard, CBS San Francisco reports.