@BrentNYT Italians who had come to the country as “free white persons” were often marked as black because they accepted “black” jobs in the Louisiana sugar fields or because they chose to live among African-Americans.
"I think Americans don't want the loudest voice in the room anymore – they've got that in the White House. I think they want someone that is tired of the noise and nonsense and wants to get things done." – Sen. @amyklobuchar #RealTime
On June 24, 1938, two of the most famous Americans met when movie star Shirley Temple visited President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the White House. Roosevelt had invited Temple to visit after receiving a birthday cake from her earlier that year. (1/6) Credit: Library of Congress
In case you missed it: five of my colleagues and I are suing to get Kavanaugh’s White House documents released. Americans deserve answers about what the GOP is trying to hide from them.
The white supremacists and their bigotry do not represent our great country. All Americans should condemn this vile hatred. #Charlottesville
Americans were treated to a profane, insult-laden, often inappropriate monologue last night. But enough about the . How about the White House Correspondents Dinner?