We’ve all seen headlines that say Donald Trump’s poll numbers are dipping, but it’s also hard to put stock in anything this election cycle. How heartened does it make sense to feel by that news?
One Hamilton reference is good, but wouldn’t a bunch of Hamilton references be even better?
Last night, the woman the Republican Party forced into an apron walked out onto a stage in a glowing white pantsuit to the cheers of thousands of people and said, “With humility, determination, and boundless confidence in America’s promise, I accept your nomination for President of the United States.”
Obama crowned Hillary his successor and reminded us just how much we’re going to miss him.
Not only did the Mothers of the Movement give Black Lives Matter its most prominent moment in the spotlight to date, it also made the strongest argument yet that Republicans do not own faith.
Michelle Obama said the motto she and the president share with their daughters is: “When they go low, we go high.” And then she demonstrated it to the point of transcendence.
Hillary stands with Pearl Love, Beyoncé hates North Carolina’s HB2 just like you, Geraldine Roman is on her way to making trans history in the Philippines, JLo just released a new feminist video, Obama includes queer and trans mamas, and more miso soup for your soul!
On HBO and in the real world, Americans often choose to engage with female politicians as nothing more than bitches.
The stories of 10 American women who fundamentally altered history simply by showing up and working like hell — in their own words.
At last night’s Democratic Presidential Town Hall the three Dem candidates talked about policy, their past records, and why Iowa voters should choose them as their date to the homecoming dance.
Last night’s democratic debate showcased lots of talk about guns and healthcare, but the discussions on racial and criminal justice were less substantive.
These women mounted movements, won awards, told important stories, and otherwise shook the sh*t out of this planet in 2015.
A quick peek at Hillary Clinton’s “awesome gay agenda,” another Festivus pole wrapped in gay pride, a few more crushing defeats for the ex-gay movement, a super sweet performance of “Fun Home,” and a screening of “Carol” in one of the least likely places. IT’S ALL IN HERE!
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders make amends over this week’s data breach and come out swinging at the racist, xenophobic rhetoric of Donald Trump and the GOP.
The second Democratic debate featured two fewer debaters, a moment of silence for Paris, and a lot of tweets.
Kroger will cover gender affirming surgeries for trans employees, mainstream media and informal polls don’t agree on who won the Democratic debate, the New York Attorney General launched an investigation on the dude who jacked up the price of an AIDS drug and more news.
Did anybody distinguish themselves as national leadership material in last night’s Democratic debate, or did it inspire feelings of deep ambivalence and resignation in the political process?
Hillary has retracted her support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, California has banned gay and trans panic defenses in court, a new poll about attitudes towards immigration, and more!
Educational publisher McGraw-Hill admits to making a mistake in their textbook about slavery, Hope Solo will face domestic violence charges again, a new study finds more LGB people are insured with the Affordable Care Act and more news stories.
Mike Huckabee is running on a Kim Davis platform, Baltimore offers a settlement to Freddie Gray’s family, James Blake is tackled by NYPD officers and more.