For the first time in history, a new caucus was created in the House of Representatives to focus on Black women and girls. The official celebration, on April 28, began with two panels and ended with a reception and words of encouragement.
Recent incidents where politicians seem to struggle visibly with a range of physical and communication problems have prompted the question: Can politicians be too old to serve in office? Should society make retiring at a certain age mandatory for elected officials who run the country – like presidents and senators?
Tim Scott is the only Black Republican presidential candidate who's campaigning aggressively these days in early-voting Iowa. Iowa Republicans say his message resonates with them. But so far, Scott and the other Republicans running for the White House are far behind former President Donald Trump in the race for the nomination
Some political watchers claimed that Amo’s victory in the Democratic primary underscored the enduring appeal of Biden’s vision within the party and his ability to rally support from diverse constituents in Rhode Island’s first congressional district.
Johnson’s release coincides with the exoneration of a New York man, who was officially cleared of a 1976 rape conviction, marking the longest-standing wrongful conviction overturned based on new DNA evidence in U.S. history, as stated by the Innocence Project.
President Joe Biden and his allies have outlined plans to create a rail and shipping corridor linking India with the Middle East and ultimately Europe. U.S. officials say such a network will be a game changer to boost global trade, transport energy resources and improve digital connectivity and linking India, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Israel and the European Union