With the 2016 presidential election season underway, many voters have heard the immigration reform arguments from candidates in both parties. But who will these reforms affect the most? Howard University News Service reporter Jailyn Anderson takes a closer look.
(Politico) – Before the rise of the religious right in the 1980s, most politicians kept their faith to themselves. In 1945, for example, President Harry Truman wrote: “I’m not very much impressed with men who publicly parade their religious beliefs.” After his election in Read More
By Stacy Brown (NNPA Newswire Contributor) During a contentious public meeting, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to appoint Mark Farrell, a White venture capitalist, to serve as acting mayor. The vote stripped London Breed of those powers, who was the first African American Read More
[PULSE.NG] Adewale “Wally” Adeyemo, who has served in top roles at the Treasury Department, has been appointed by President Barack Obama to succeed Caroline Atkinson as his deputy national security adviser for international economic affairs. Atkinson will be leaving after having served in at the Read More