Former Our President Barack Obama’s play cousin, Eric Holder, is reportedly strongly considering running for the White House in 2020, and if this is the case, it means we can all look forward to a few things:
Eric Holder didn’t announce his candidacy for president in 2020 this morning, and he didn’t need to. His words at the National Action Network Convention in New York City pretty much suggest that he likely will.
Our best and favorite president, Barack Obama, had a great attorney general in Eric Holder, who, like Obama, is living his best life since leaving the White House.
He’s baaaaack. And not a moment too soon. Former President Barack Obama is coming around after about six months of detoxing from his eight years
of wypipo hell in office and will host a fundraiser in Washington, D.C., this week.
Umm, I have so many questions—like, what was former Attorney General Eric Holder doing awake at 3 a.m.? And what was he doing on Twitter? Is he always on late-night Twitter, where things have been known to get a little raunchy? Was he sliding into someone’s DMs? No judgment.
First, a prayer.
The Rev. Al Sharpton’s annual power play, the National Action Network Convention in New York City, is back, and, as promised, the slate of high-powered speakers have brought the pain to “Trump’s front door.”
Uber has tapped former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to help lead an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination made by a former female employee who made her claims public over the weekend in a blog post, the Washington Post reports.
As it braces for an adversarial relationship with the incoming presidential administration, on Wednesday the California Legislature selected former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to serve as outside counsel and advise on the state’s legal strategy against President-elect Donald Trump.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder blasted FBI Director James Comey's handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
Earlier this year, home-rental site Airbnb came under heavy scrutiny after black users of the platform took to social media to describe the discrimination they faced. Most noted that after renters saw their photos, which were included in the booking request, they were denied accommodations. The hashtag…
Airbnb has tapped former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder for its anti-discrimination team as part of the company's response to #AirbnbWhileBlack, Time magazine reports.
After a 20 year dip in popularity and social capital — spearheaded by Nino Brown's now infamous shanking of Christopher Williams' delicate light-skinned hands in New Jack City — 2008 seemed poised to be the peak of the light-skinned Black man resurgence. Obama won the White House. Cory Booker and Deval Patrick seemed…