Author: Nate Gundy

The United States Supreme Court has decided to hear oral arguments the week of April 22 in the high-stakes dispute over whether former President Donald Trump enjoys immunity from federal criminal prosecution. Notably, the order from the court on Wednesday keeps Trump's prosecution in the Jan. 6 case on hold for at least a few more months. The decision is at least a short term win for Trump, postponing the trial originally set to begin in Washington, D.C., in early March which could now

Nikki Haley won her first presidential primary on Sunday, defeating Donald Trump in Washington D.C. Haley carried approximately 63% of the vote. It is worth noting that the electorate in D.C., where Republicans make up just 5 percent of registered voters, is hardly similar to the Republican voter base found in most other locations around the country. Visit Politico to learn moreImage Credit:IMG_7865 (PDM 1.0 DEED)

Pennsylvania’s Democratic governor Josh Shapiro has announced an election security task force aiming to keep the battleground state free from interference, misinformation, and other potential obstacles. The Election Threats Task Force will be led by Secretary of the Commonwealth Al Schmidt who plans to involve officials from at least 10 government agencies, from election administration and law enforcement to homeland security to emergency management.Visit NBC News to learn moreImage Credit:Governor Tom Wolf (CC BY 2.0 DEED)

During a recent speech at the Black Conservative Federation Gala in Columbia, South Carolina former President Donald Trump used racially charged sentiments to suggest he has strengthened his appeal to Black Americans by claiming they relate to his multiple criminal indictments. While discussing his Fulton County, Georgia election interference case Trump said, “we've all seen the mug shot. And you know who embraced it more than anybody else: the Black population. It's incredible." Trump also compared himself to Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in

President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign is making a big push during Black History Month to publicize the Black history made under the Biden-Harris administration. The Biden White House has made strides for Black Americans including a historically diverse administration, historic lows in Black unemployment, and historic highs in Black business ownership. Biden and his team have spent millions of dollars to drive that message home to voters ahead of the general election. Visit NBC News to learn moreImage Credit:The White House Baiden-Harris (CC0 1.0 DEED)