With the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, Black voter registration in the South climbed dramatically. But 55 years later, the fight to secure voting rights rages on.
Senator, You’re No Jack Kennedy
The Carter vs. Reagan Debate
The Convention Bounce
1918 Mask Resistance
The Year 1968
Hahnemann Held Hostage
Partisan Elbows: Ebola vs. Coronavirus
Bernie Sanders Stays in the Race
The History of Super Tuesday
The Dean Scream
Hillary Tears Up in New Hampshire
The Resignation of the Surgeon General
Attorney Bob Costello speaks to reporters after testifying before a grand jury on Trump’s behalf.
Press Sec. Jean-Pierre asked about violence from protests about Trump's potential arrest: “We are always prepared.”
Fox News’ Peter Doocy: “[President Biden] has talked tough ... Does he see now that [Putin and Xi] don’t care?”
Simon Ateba of Today News Africa interrupts the White House press briefing again and is shouted down by other reporters.
Jason Sudeikis, alongside the “Ted Lasso” cast, discusses the importance of addressing mental health.
Actor Jason Sudeikis when asked if he has a Joe Biden impression: “They got the real one here now."
A reporter yells at Press Sec. Karine Jean-Pierre in front of the cast of Ted Lasso at the White House press briefing.
House Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan: "We don't think President Trump broke the law at all."