04/24/17 – Roland Martin talks to Cornell Belcher about the latest poll numbers that indicate most of the country is not happy with President Donald Trump. Like BlackAmericaWeb.com on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.
Since President Donald Trump has been in office, Rep. Maxine Waters has been in the forefront working to hold him accountable. Waters called into The Tom Joyner Morning Show to talk about just that, the future of the Democratic Party and more including Bill O’Reilly’s exit from FOX News. Listen to the full interview below. […]
Amariyanna Copeny --- the 9-year-old girl who famously asked Barack Obama to help with the water emergency in Flint, Michigan during his presidency last year --- called out President Donald Trump for neglecting to help end the crisis as well as his immigration actions.
A day after President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address, five members of the House Democrats' Faith Working Group came together to respond to the speech that one leader says failed "to offer solutions to poverty, unemployment or economic insecurity."
The Senate voted 58-41 to confirm Ben Carson, a former neurosurgeon and presidential candidate, as the leader of HUD.
Carson, like Betsy DeVos, was nominated to head an agency where he holds no actual past job experience.
President Donald Trump doubled down on a few of his controversial policies and outlined his agenda for Americans during his first joint address to a bitterly divided Congress Tuesday night.
Trump's address will broadcast shortly after 9 p.m. ET and his invited guests personify each section of his speech's agenda.
The photo of Kellyanne Conway sitting with her feet on the oval office couch dominated the conversation on social media.
Joy Villa shocked the crowd when she revealed a dress with "Make America Great Again," and "Trump" bedazzled on the front and back.
A Sudanese doctor was reunited with colleagues at JFK Airport on Monday after President Trump's travel ban kept him from entering the United States.
Senate Democrats plan to hold a marathon 24-hour session leading up to the vote of Education Secretary nominee, Betsy DeVos.