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Vanessa Williams is a reporter on the National desk.
After four years of Trump's incendiary rhetoric and harsh policies toward Latino immigrants, can the Republican Party again expect to get nearly 30 percent of the Hispanic vote?
The Georgia Republican is stepping down in the middle of his third term, putting the seat into play in next year’s election. Democrat Stacey Abrams says she won’t run.
A conversation with the historian about his new book that challenges how we think, and what we do, about racism in America.
Buoyed by victories in three states last year, Democrats are looking to expand their representation in the offices that oversee elections in most states.
In the summer of 1994, women of color launched the movement for "reproductive justice" in a full-page ad in The Washington Post.
Fair Fight 2020 will offer financial and technical assistance to Democrats to build voter protection operations in 20 states.
At watch parties organized by black activists, many Michigan residents said they hadn’t heard much to excite them during two evenings’ worth of debate.
Progressives need to develop a strategy to keep black voters engaged and encouraged in the face of Trump's attacks on their communities.
Different people have different visions for what defines America. Which is correct?
The move comes ahead of a scheduled Friday vote on a plan that has angered voting rights activists.