Georgia’s Black voters and activists push for boycott of state
State lawmakers have overhauled voting in Georgia making it much harder to vote. Boycotts and condemnation are growing.
Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus
COVID long haulers deal with lingering symptoms and doubt
More than 28 Million Americans have had COVID-19, for some recovery remains an uphill battle.
Trump is acquitted
Seven Republicans joined 50 Democrats in voting “guilty'', but they fell 10 votes shy of the 67 votes needed to charge Trump with inciting the insurrection.
The Paterson Great Falls: A Treasure to Behold
The falls were designated a National Historic Park by President Barack Obama in 2009.
App surveils Muslim community
Muslim Pro didn’t mention that they sent its users' data to X-Mode, the third party that allegedly sold data to the military’s counterterrorism unit.
Special Report: America Votes
Voting in Clifton, New Jersey
Like most of the residents of this reliable blue state, Dayi casted her vote for Joe Biden.
Muslim and Arab Americans are ready for Election Day
With the elections looming, Muslim and Arab American voters across the United States are just as caught up in the stress and drama of the 2020 Presidential Election.
Voters sound off on Trump’s positive coronavirus test
One voter fears that the country will go into chaos if Trump dies.
NJ voters get ready for mail-in voting
According to NJ Spotlight News, about 4 million ballots are expected to be cast, and nearly all of them are likely to be mailed in or dropped off at secure locations.
Republican Senate majority poised to replace RBG with Trump’s pick
Now some Democratic voters fear what will come next.