Under the new agreement, Madison will continue to discuss the news of the day from his Washington, DC, studio.
It was a moment that crossed borders as the slap didn’t stay within entertainment and pop culture pundits; it even had those in the news media...
The news media world is reacting to Breyer retiring and the next person Biden should appoint to replace him.
Madison ended his months-long hunger strike after Senate Democrats failed to pass a bill that would strengthen voting rights laws.
“I’d rather lose a few pounds than lose my right to vote,” Madison tweeted. “I’d rather fight for something than live for nothing.”
"I still have in my possession, letters, hateful letters full of the n-word, and people couldn't even spell it. I have them stored. One of these...
Madison is unhappy that the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and the Freedom to Vote Act have stalled in the Senate.
"It's a criminal violation and most people don't want to go to jail."