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The owner of a conservative radio station is catching heat for referring to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre as “Buckwheat.”
On any given day at White House press briefing room with TV cameras zoomed in at the podium, all eyes are fixated on Karine Jean-Pierre.
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A government agency that enforces the Hatch Act said Karine Jean-Pierre made frequent references to “MAGA Republicans” in her role as White House press secretary.
From respected political voices like Karine Jean-Pierre and Symone Sanders to celebrities like Colman Domingo and Bob the Drag Queen …
Ben Crump shares details of the call with President Joe Biden and Tyre’s mother hours before police body camera footage is released publicly.
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Immigration proponents say the Biden-Harris administration’s strategy to reduce arrivals to the U.S. border is “unacceptable.”
A new and expanded Congressional Black Caucus was sworn in during a Tuesday ceremony for the 118th Congress.
While the work of the Biden administration led to the successful return of Brittney Griner, activists were also instrumental in her release.
Biden on Friday signed into law legislation to avert a rail shutdown after Congress rushed to prevent a national rail workers’ strike
Ending hate-fueled violence was the focus of the Biden-Harris administration’s first day-long White House summit, “United We Stand.”
Jackson Mayor Lumumba tells theGrio that residents are “frustrated” amid ongoing water crisis as federal officials work to bring relief.
Ben Jealous blames the stalled meeting with Biden’s “young” staff who “don’t understand the importance of maintaining certain traditions.”
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President Joe Biden is expected to reveal a decision on extending a pause on student loan payments or debt cancellation by Aug. 31.
In a memo sent to staff obtained by theGrio, the Biden White House listed commitments it is making to retain a diverse workforce.
During Thursday’s press briefing, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre made clear, “This is on [Russia].”