Biden and Trump both heading to the southern border on Thursday

BY: - February 26, 2024

During the trip to Brownsville, Texas, Biden will meet with U.S. Border Patrol agents, law enforcement and local leaders to “discuss the urgent need to pass the Senate bipartisan border security agreement, the toughest and fairest set of reforms to secure the border in decades," the White House said.


Susan J. Demas: Fear of a Black female president

BY: - February 26, 2024

Since Harris has taken office, there’s been a steady stream of stories about her being difficult, out of her depth and invisible (“Where’s Kamala?” is a running right-wing taunt) — all of which are pretty standard attacks against any powerful woman, especially a woman of color. But that’s the thing about breaking barriers. You have to fight so much harder to be taken seriously at every step, with every move scrutinized and mocked.

Worried Biden and Trump are too old to be president? Calm down, experts on aging say

BY: - February 26, 2024

Age should not preclude either Joe Biden or Donald Trump from serving another four years as president, a group of aging experts said Thursday at a webinar organized by the American Federation for Aging Research. If Biden, 81, and Trump, 77, are the candidates on Election Day, as appears likely right now, they would break […]

Trump triumphs over Haley in South Carolina GOP primary

BY: and - February 24, 2024

Trump was on stage for about 30 minutes and stuck to his usual talking points — the situation on the border is “the worst it’s ever been” and the country “is a failing nation.” He predicted that Michigan autoworkers would support him in that state’s primary on Tuesday.

In CPAC speech, Trump predicts ‘losing World War III’ if he is not elected 

BY: - February 24, 2024

Trump spoke as voters in South Carolina went to the polls there in the state’s presidential primary, which Trump is expected to win over his last major challenger, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley

GOP backs voting by mail, yet turns to courts to restrict it in battleground states

BY: - February 23, 2024

A Pennsylvania case is one that could reverberate. In November 2022, the state Supreme Court ruled — in response to a suit filed by the RNC and other Republicans — that over 10,000 mail ballots on which the voter had neglected to write the date on the outer envelope, or had written an incorrect date, must be rejected.


Pennsylvania and the entire country need more ‘angry Black women’

BY: - February 22, 2024

Pennsylvania’s track record when it comes to electing Black women is a mixed bag, but for the most part, they are woefully underrepresented in elected office.

Trump rails against legal charges, caters to global manufacturing fears during Michigan visit

BY: - February 18, 2024

Hundreds of people packed into a hangar in Waterford Township in Oakland County on Saturday as the former president took shots at President Joe Biden, spoke out against clean energy, electric vehicles, and continued to tout false claims that the 2020 election had been stolen, which have been repeatedly disproven. 


Instead of worrying about a presidential candidate’s age, focus on their vision for the future

BY: - February 18, 2024

There is no physical reason an older person cannot serve as President of the United States despite it being a high-pressure, high-stress position. The question to ask in the United States in 2024 is whether either of these men have the correct policies and vision for a position deemed the most important in the world and how their age impacts the answer.

Trump makes surprise appearance at Sneaker Con in Philadelphia

BY: - February 17, 2024

Trump unveiled a new sneaker at an unexpected stop at Sneaker Con on Saturday.

Fetterman stumps for Biden in Nevada swing county

BY: - February 17, 2024

It's Fetterman's latest trip to drum up support for the Biden-Harris reelection bid in a key swing state that's not Pennsylvania.

Fulton DA delivers fiery testimony against Trump, co-defendants quest to disqualify her

BY: - February 16, 2024

Willis repeatedly denied allegations that she or Wade misappropriated taxpayer funds for personal gain based on her relationship with Wade outside of work. The motion to disqualify her is centered on that issue, as opposed to the just-admitted nature of the romantic relationship between Willis and Wade.