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Activists Win Voting Rights for Black Alabamians

Evan Milligan, who won a Supreme Court ruling for Black Alabamian voters, says he was initially skeptical about the legal battle.

BREAKING: Congress’ HEAL Act Ensures Healthcare Access for Undocumented

Three members of Congress today introduced the HEAL Act, which would guarantee healthcare access to all, including undocumented people.

Stamp Honoring Late Rep. John Lewis Unveiled in Official Ceremony at Capitol Hill

The stamp honors the iconic congressman, who many have termed the 'conscience of Congress.'

Voters of Color Turn Out for Trump Following His Arraignment

The former president turned up at the famed Cuban eatery Versailles in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood after he pleaded not guilty to 37 counts in a federal court.

BREAKING: Dr. Ashish Jha Steps Down from Role as White House Covid Czar

Dr. Ashish Jha, who shepherded the US through the potent Omicron variant of Covid-19, will be stepping down June 15 from his role as...

In Surprise Ruling, Supreme Court Delivers Major Victory for Alabama Voters

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday in favor of Black voters in Alabama who argued the state's congressional maps denied them equal representation.

Florida Officials Confirm State Behind Shipment of Migrants to California

In a tweet Monday California Governor Gavin Newsom blasted Florida Governor Ron DeSantis after a group of 16 migrants was abandoned in Sacramento late last week.

New Scams Targeting Immigrants Emerge as Title 42 Ends

Scammers are promising falsely to obtain green cards and special access for new immigrants, says the FTC, warning of new scams.

Transportation Department Building Named for Pioneers Norman Mineta and William Coleman

The Department of Transportation building in Washington DC was named the William T. Coleman, Jr and Norman Y. Mineta Federal Building May 9.

Ajay Banga Becomes First Indian American World Bank President

Biden-nominated Indian American Ajay Banga has been elected to serve as the next president of the World Bank.

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