Tuesday Mar 4
The Daily Beast
Black Senators Make History AgainBy Ron Christie
More than half of the blacks who ever served in the chamber met last week to discuss their trailblazing paths.
Black Senators Recognized
Left to right: Roland Burris , Tim Scott , Mo Cowan and Cory Booker reflect on the role that black senators have played in Congress.
African-American Senators Reflect on Their Own History
Sen. Tim Scott, U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black, and former Sens. Carol Moseley Braun and Roland Burris at an event to honor America's black senators.
The Miami Herald
Black senators say their careers symbolize racial progress
Barry Black , Carol Mosely Braun, Roland Burris, Tim Scott, Mo Cowan and Cory Booker participate at an event discussing their personal journeys and the nation's progress with America's black senators at the Library of Congress.
MSNBC Host: Would Black Republican Tim Scott's Election 'Come With An Asterisk'?
That seemed to be the sentiment on February 18 when MSNBC host Craig Melvin asked former Obama official Anton Gunn whether or not Senator Tim Scott would "come with an asterisk" next to his name if he wins election to a full-term in the Senate this November.
The Huffington Post
Matt Miller Running For Henry Waxman's Seat In Congress
Representative Henry Waxman, a Democrat from California, speaks during an interview in Washington D.C., U.S. on Tuesday, July 9, 2013.
A Tribune/WGN-TV poll taken last week showed state Sen. Bill Brady in second place, trailing venture capitalist Bruce Rauner by a 2-to-1 ratio with a little more than a month to go before the March 18 Republican primary for Illinois governor.