Congressional Black Caucus Meets with Biden to Push for Police Accountability

Last year, at least 1,192 people were killed by law enforcement officers in the U.S., and 26% were Black people despite making up more than 13% of U.S. population


At Tribal Summit, Biden Pledges Federal Commitment to Indian Country

President Joe Biden on Wednesday said he is poised to designate Avi Kwa Ame, a sacred site for Native American tribes in southern Nevada, as a national monument that would ensure the preservation of ancestral lands for those 12 tribes.


Biden Says Midterm Elections Turned Out to Be ‘A Good Day’ for Democracy

While Republicans have fallen short of a ‘red wave,’ they are still projected to win a slim House majority


Misinformation about Voting Crops Up Around the U.S. as Midterm Elections Near

It’s hard to determine what is disinformation, and who the actors are behind it.


Biden Student Debt Forgiveness Plan on Temporary Hold after Appeals Court Ruling

“We will continue to move full speed ahead in our preparations in compliance with this order," Karine Jean-Pierre, President Joe Biden’s press secretary, said in a statement Friday.


Senate Panel Works Over Bill to Assure Peaceful Transfers of Power

The Electoral Count Act has become a recent concern following the Jan. 6 insurrection