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We may have gained unprecedented political power, literary accolades, and foundation that truly matches our skin tones, but we are still at the bottom of too many health indicators and too many ladders to social and economic mobility to call 2017 a win.
Kyle Duncan and David Stras are ultra-conservative judges who will probably land in the Fifth and Eighth Circuit courts of appeals, respectively.
They should be concentrating on those in power, on both sides of the aisle, who have continued to propagate a cycle of harassment and abuse.
Iowa Rep. Steve King has skills. He knows what fetuses are thinking, and he rhymes like Johnnie Cochran.
You’re off your tether, Missouri, and you’re lumbering around knocking over telephone poles and stripping pregnant people of their human rights.
So many questions: Is the president's pardon power really that broad? Can one member of the executive branch pardon another who's accused of Bill of Rights violations?
The White House is teeming with white nationalists, the commander-in-chief rose to fame on TV and birther claims about the first Black president, and a not-quite "Apprentice" is advising the administration on your schools.
Weeks after Gov. Robert Bentley resigned due to his relationship with aide Rebekah Mason, Mason's name has resurfaced in an investigation that alleges she masterminded DMV closings that would have disenfranchised Black voters.
But Sanders is throwing his weight behind a Nebraska candidate whose record on reproductive rights is as clear as the connection between abortion access and poverty.
Can Donald Trump be sued while he’s the president of the United States?
“When you’re telling [doctors] they need to provide [abortions] a certain way but not telling them how, it’s going to scare them away from providing care at all."