Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton excoriated Republican contender Donald Trump's recent attempt to court African-American voters by appealing to their disappointment with the Democratic Party, calling his rhetoric "divisive" and "disturbing."
Despite — or perhaps because of — unprecedented poor polling numbers in the African-American community, Republicans have ramped up their effort to court Black voters.
At-large D.C. Council member and D.C. Democratic Party Chair Anita Bonds formally endorsed the candidacies of fellow Council member David Grosso and Robert White, Democratic nominees for two other at-large seats on the council.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called for ideological testing for immigrants in a speech Monday — a process he described as "extreme vetting" — and said he would "temporarily suspend immigration."
In a not-so-veiled call to intimidate minority voters, Donald Trump on Friday told supporters they must become "observers" in "certain areas" and watch for "other people" who show up to the polls on Election Day.
D.C. Council member Vincent Orange (D-At Large) said Friday he is stepping down amid the backlash from his announcement last week that he planned to head the D.C. Chamber of Commerce until the end of his term in January.
Of all the places to follow up a historic national convention, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her running mate Tim Kaine chose Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
When Black political and religious leaders were deciding who they would support among the Democratic hopefuls, Rep. Keith Ellison came out early in his endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders. Now he says that he's thrown his support to the party's ...
Hillary Clinton officially made history Thursday night at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia as she accepted the party's nomination for president — the first woman in American history to be nominated by a major political party.
The Democrats bought out the party's two heavyweights Wednesday at their national convention in Philadelphia, and the commander in chief and his vice president made clear their belief that Hillary Clinton will make a great president and voters should be ...
Hillary Clinton made history Tuesday, becoming the first major-party female nominee for president of the United States.
Several dozen supporters for Sen. Bernie Sanders continued to make noise on the second day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Fresh off a stinging loss to Hillary Clinton in a bitter slugfest of a Democratic presidential primary, Bernie Sanders did his best on day one of the Democratic National Convention to galvanize his fervent supporters to get behind Clinton — ...
As the second day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia kicks off Tuesday, party officials are hoping for more of the good vibes that resulted from the day one speeches given by New Jersey Sen. Corey Booker and first ...
Republican National Conventions are routinely mostly white. This year's, however, was remarkably so, say black Republicans, some of whom complained to the media and their party.