Congresswoman-elect Rashida Tlaib credited increased voter turnout for how she won her election, not changing the minds of Trump's supporters.
Nine GM employees who are black filed a lawsuit against the company for failing to address dozens of racist incidents, including "Whites Only" signs and a hanging noose, in a Toledo, Ohio, factory.
The incident in an Arizona restaurant was filmed and posted to Facebook by a Puerto Rican woman who asked if she could sit at a nearby table.
Attorneys from the group that first sued Trump in February told Newsweek they believe footage could exist that would prove the president ended TPS for "racially discriminatory reasons."
"The structural racism that we're talking about dismantling is in the Party," Massachusetts State Representative-Elect Nika Elugardo said.
A New Orleans concert venue is offering a $3,500 cash reward to identify the person distributing a racist, Nazi swastika flyer for a "whites only" concert event.
Representative-elect London Lamar said a large number of Republicans voted in response to "racially charged rhetoric" coming from Trump.
"He has to recognize that's a problem," Santorum said. "He shouldn't do it."
A North Carolina Republican House candidate who said "God is a racist and a white supremacist" earned more than 8,500 votes in his District 48 race against an African-American minister.
The former Arkansas governor has previously attacked the cable news network.
Author Stephen King said he had "personal reasons" for wanting Iowans to vote Rep. Steve King out of office.
The monument marks a burial ground containing 15,000 intact skeletal remains of the city's colonial African-American community.
The robocall refers to Stacey Abrams a "poor man's Aunt Jemima" and a candidate that "white women can be tricked into voting for, especially the fat ones."
"Name one country run by a black person that's not a s***hole," Cohen claimed Trump told him.
"Quite the accomplishment."
Comedians Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart warned Americans against giving President Donald Trump "too much credit" defining the country, saying racial and class divisions existed well before any 2016 Russian election meddling.
"The president is obviously a racist, obviously a demagogue, condones anti-Semitism, stokes up nationalist hatred."
Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum accused Ron DeSantis in their final debate ahead of the election of having deliberately pursued the vote of racists.