"Oh my God, I will vote for Donald Trump!" is the chorus of a song by a Miami-based Cuban salsa band that is driving Republicans to the polls. Democrats were hoping to win over younger Cuban Americans, but polls suggest they're staying with the GOP.
Republican Sen. David Perdue says he decided not to attend a final debate with Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff this weekend so he could attend a rally with President Donald Trump. Ossoff says it's because Perdue can't defend his record. The race is tight.
The lights may go out for a poor, majority-Black city in Mississippi over long-standing debt of $800,000 to the electricity provider. "You start to wonder, ‘Do they really want us to survive?’” said one resident of Itta Bena, population 1,800.
Black contractor who took on a job removing Richmond's Confederate monuments spoke exclusively with @AP about the project's complexities, his pride in the work and the backlash he's faced. The city says no other company was willing to do the work:
Black immigrants have been outspoken about racism and police brutality since the police killing of George Floyd. But amid the camaraderie younger Black immigrants feel with African Americans, they also see a generational divide in their communities.
Two U.S. Park Police officers have been indicted on manslaughter charges in the 2017 shooting death of an unarmed motorist who led officers on a chase outside Washington. The death of Bijan Ghaisar caused an outcry over concerns of excessive force.
Florida prosecutors have decided not to appeal a court decision blocking video that allegedly shows New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft soliciting massage parlor sex. Monday's announcement makes it likely that the charges against Kraft will be dropped.
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