Tuck Leads in Tight State Education Race

After an expensive campaign, Los Angeles schools executive Marshall Tuck is narrowly leading in his race to become the state's top public education official. With 96% of precincts counted, Tuck leads Assemblyman Tony Thurmond 51% - 49% in the superintendent...

Out of Many, Several Firsts Elected Across Country

WASHINGTON — What is already the most diverse Congress ever will become even more so after Tuesday's elections, which broke barriers of race and gender. For the first time, a pair of Native American congress...
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Fox’s Ingraham: I Wasn’t Talking About Race

NEW YORK — Fox News Channel's Laura Ingraham says she disavows the support of white nationalists and claims that her views about the nation's demographic changes have been distorted. The prime-time personali...

Zakaria: Dems Face a Hard Sell in November

Democrats remain optimistic about their chances for retaking the House of Representatives in November's mid-term elections. The party's successes in last week's California primary election have buoyed their hopes further. "But they should take note of the b...

Baines Answers Bredefeld With Comments on Race, #TakeAKnee

Fresno-native and Pittsburgh Steelers player Robert Golden delivered these comments via video: When Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld shared his thoughts on the NFL player’s protest of the National Anthem, his colleague Oliver Baines was on officia...