The past few days for the state of Texas have been rough on all of its' residents dealing with an intense winter storm. Fortunately, a few Texas artists are doing their part for the community by giving what they can to those in need.
If You Don’t Know! News & Politics Roundup: Virginia Governor Gives Convicted Felons The Opportunity To Vote Again, & More
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe is giving over 200,000 convicted felons the opportunity to vote again & more
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton and her Republican challenger Donald Trump appear to be headed for big wins in Tuesday's New York early voting primary races, according to Bloomberg Politics.
Here are just some examples of the horrifying things the two candidates have said in the wake of the attack that prove they are using the tragedy as political gain...or as a continuation of their xenophobic rhetoric.
What’s Happening In Hip-Pop: Caitlyn Jenner Denies Endorsing Ted Cruz, Amber Heard Joins “Aquaman,” & More
Caitlyn Jenner is not here for the political shade.
While Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump bragged about his penis size at the start of Thursday night's raucous debate in Detroit, Mich., the Flint water crisis was the 33rd question.
Next Wednesday, VH1 will air an episode featuring the recently deceased Angela "Big Ang" Raoila.
Declaring his love for voters who swept him to victory Tuesday in the Nevada presidential caucuses, Donald Trump claimed his third straight victory in an early voting state.
During a recent interview, Donald Trump said he will "do great with the African-Americans" despite having no plan to address Black issues.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead Saturday morning in Texas. According to reports, Scalia arrived at a luxury resort Friday and attended a private party there. When he didn’t show up to a breakfast Saturday morning before a hunting trip, a resort employee found Scalia’s body in his room. He died in his sleep. […]
During a rally in New Hampshire on Monday night, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated a vulgar term a supporter used in reference to rival Tex. Sen. Ted Cruz.
A new CNN Poll of Polls shows both candidates holding commanding leads in their respective races, but each faces a formidable opponent whose support is rising.