Maxine Waters

The California congresswoman shared the stirring details of her sister's ordeal from the House floor ahead of a vote for a $480 billion package to aid in the fight against the novel coronavirus.

California Representative Maxine Waters is refusing to be duped into accepting Donald Trump’s behavior as normal for a president. When she appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Friday, she told the hosts why she doesn’t come out for any ceremonial political gatherings surrounding the current president. “I don’t honor him. I don’t respect this president. […]

The California Congresswoman also had words for Fox News anchor Bill O' Reilly.

California Rep. Maxine Waters said that Bill O'Reilly "needs to go to jail" and that his network is a "sexual harassment enterprise" during an MSNBC interview Wednesday.

On Tuesday night, the California Congresswomen got the last word on MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes."

On Tuesday's episode of Fox and Friends, Bill O'Reilly suggested he couldn't take Congresswoman Maxine Waters seriously because of her "James Brown wig."

The California Congresswoman continues to be a perpetual thorn in #45's side—a thorn that has no intention of loosening any time soon.

Representative Maxine Waters doesn't have time to pretend she likes Donald Trump.

Among the thousands were Angela Davis, Alicia Keys, the Mothers of the Movement, and more — who all provided priceless moments to remember.

A long-running investigation found that Waters did not commit an ethics violation when her office in late 2008 set up a meeting with top Treasury Department officials on behalf of a bank Williams owned stock in, at a time when the bank faced possible collapse because of the financial crisis. However, Waters’ Chief of Staff […]

Representative Maxine Waters has fired back at President Obama after his speech at the Congressional Black Caucus this weekend in which he told the audience to “stop complaining.” Continue This Story

Source: NewsOne.com The House ethics committee is currently investigating seven African-American lawmakers — more than 15 percent of the total in the House. And an eighth black member, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.), would be under investigation if the Justice Department hadn’t asked the committee to stand down. Not a single white lawmaker is currently the subject […]