'America Saw Him': Black Journalists on Obama's Victory, Ten Years Later
A decade after the election of America's first black president, black journalists reflect on that night and what it meant to them.
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Naturally, Michael Avenatti Owes More Than a Million Dollars in Taxes
A new report shows that the 2020 hopeful has a shady financial history that rivals the current president's.
What We Know About Kanye Endorsing Trump
After Trump’s Victory, Racist Acts Have Also Cropped Up in Canada
It’s ugly out there
Rushmore Remixed Yoko Ono Screaming in Response to Trump's Victory
The Trax Couture boss shares "Yoko Riddim" with a free download.
How the 'Trump Effect' Is Making School Hell for Minority Students
Since Trump won on Wednesday, white students in schools across the nation have spewed hate at people of color, the LGBTQ community, and immigrants.
Canada’s Not Immune from a Trump-Style ‘Whitelash’
Now isn't the time to get complacent.
Grimes Reimagines Famous 60s Political Campaign Video to Endorse Hillary Clinton
A 1964 Lyndon Johnson political ad gets a modern day update by the Canadian synth-pop artist just in time for US election day.
Diplo, Mija, and More Encourage Turnout with #WeDanceWeVote
The electronic music community is mobilizing young people to head to polling stations today.
Trump Surrogate Attacks Jay Z for Showing “Mazel Tov Cocktails” in a Music Video
Scottie Nell Hughes looks to "No Church in the Wild" to support her claim.
Coldcut Takes on the Presidential Election with New Single, "Donald's Wig"
The track features a sly, gliding vocal from London artist Roses Gabor.
The Election Isn't 'Rigged,' but It's Going to Be Messy as Hell
"If you look at other democracies, they think the way we run elections is crazy, with a partisan secretary of state."