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Cory Booker Announces His 2020 Presidential Run

New Jersey Senator Cory Booker has announced his 2020 Presidential Run. According to The New York Times, he sent an email during the early morning hours of Feb. 1 to…

Were Kanye West’s Yeezy Sales Affected By His Politics?

According to reports, for the first time ever, Kanye West‘s latest Yeezy shoe failed to sell out in 24 hours. Per Refinery29, Matt Powell, Senior Industry Advisor of…

Chance The Rapper Defends Kanye West’s Political Views On Twitter

Kanye West has made Internet tidal waves all day via some pretty polarizing tweets. Some of his comments on the social media site pertained to his admiration of Donald Tr…

Radical Brazilian Politician Marielle Franco Assassinated

Radical and beloved Brazilian city council member Marielle Franco died Wednesday night (Mar. 14) alongside her driver, Anderson Pedro Gomes, during a drive-by shooting…

Stacey Dash Reportedly Running For Congress In California

Former actress and political pundit Stacey Dash is reportedly running for Congress in the state of California. CNN reports that the Clueless star filed paperwork Monday…

Talking Trump: One Last Stab At Understanding The Rationale Of 45’s Supporters

It’s almost impossible to believe, but during the last 10 months, Donald Trump has become an even more polarizing figure since officially becoming the 45th President of…

NYC Will Screen Spike Lee’s ‘Crooklyn’ To Unite The People And Spark Civic Conversation

The “One Film, One New York” contest ran through August and invited the people to vote on one of five NYC-centered films to “unite the city,” with free screenings in all…

Majority Of Senate Votes To Reject Obamacare Repeal

Early this morning (Jul. 28), the Republican party’s attempt to repeal Obamacare was rejected by the Senate. Maine Sen. Susan Collins, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, and…

FDNY Union Boycotts Puerto Rican Day Parade, Because Oscar López Rivera

In the days leading up to the annual Puerto Rican Day Parade of New York City (June 11), opposing political views are more and more eclipsing the festival’s otherwise…