Before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 passed, every congressman from the Deep South was a white Democrat. Fast forward to today, where only one White Democrat, rep. John Barrow of Georgia, is currently in office. And as southern electoral districts are being redrawn, further polarizing voters along […]

If you think you can breathe easy, knowing that a deal agreement has been made between Congressional Democrats and Republicans, think again. Although a deal has been made Congressman James Clyburn doesn’t believe he can gather enough votes from his caucus. To hear his reaction to the deal, listen to the interview below.

Everyone on Capitol Hill has been gearing up for what’s seemed inevitable… a government shutdown. Now – Republicans and Democrats are offering a plan to keep things rolling… at least, temporarily. To hear more, watch the video below. Multisource political news, world news, and entertainment news analysis by

After Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) proposed mixed bipartisan seating at the State of the Union address, the event is looking like prom night for lawmakers. To find out what you can expect for tonight’s state of the union, check out the video below. Multisource political news, world news, and entertainment news analysis by

It only took one conversation with Lisa Borders, one of the founding leaders of No Labels, for Akon to immediately understand the meaning of this movement’s message. Never give up your label, just put it aside to do what’s best for America. With lyrics like “See a man with a blue tie, see a man […]

Find out the reasons why President Obama and the Democrats are courting the same Black vote that helped them get into office two years ago to help them stay in office these Midterm Elections.

"I think that there is a real shot we [Democrats] are going to get slaughtered in elections this fall if we aren't leading the efforts to reform Washington," Hildebrand said. "We campaigned in '06 and '08, and if voters don't see that change, we haven't lived up to that promise."

A House-passed bill to speed $14 billion in loans to Detroit’s automakers stands on shaky ground in a bailout-weary Congress, undermined by Republican opposition that could derail the emergency aid in the Senate.