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Plus, Ohio judge issues restraining order to stop voter intimidation by Trump campaign and President Obama snaps at crowd for yelling at heckler.

Plus, the National Museum of African-American History overwhelmed with visitors and hundreds of HBCU students march to the polls to urge people to vote.

The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies has released a new poll on Black voter enthusiasm with just five days left until Election Day.

Hillary Clinton is set to meet with prominent Black Lives Matter activists, including DeRay Mckesson and Brittany Packnett.

Two young Black women from Ohio can be seen stumping for Donald Trump in a documentary series produced by Dateline, an Australian news magazine show.

The choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remains problematic as Election Day draws under the two-month mark.

Donald Trump’s recent interest in African-American voters has produced a backlash condemning the politicians for his offensive and condescending comments. To make matters worse, Trump has been addressing predominantly White audiences when speaking to the Black community. Well, Trump’s campaign announced on Monday that the GOP presidential nominee will make his first appearance before a predominantly Black […]

In recent days, Donald Trump has recalibrated his presidential campaign to reach out to Black voters. The GOP’s presidential nominee talked about the problems Black communities are facing and how he’s the person to fix them. The problem with Trump’s attempt to attract African-American voter support is that he’s making his appeal to Blacks in front […]

The reality star declined to speak at the NAACP and the National Association of Black Journalist's annual conference, but thinks he can still reach everyday African-Americans.

"It's time for our society to address some honest and very, very difficult truths," Donald Trump said Tuesday in West Bend, Wisconsin.

Other speakers at the event tried ramping up support by laying out the Republican Party's historic relationship with African-Americans. Though in the last 100 years, the GOP has struggled to find footing with Blacks and Latinos.

In 2008, large swaths of mostly Black communities in New York City, particularly in Brooklyn, helped push Obama to victory, reports The New York Times.