In launching its global Write for Rights campaign, Amnesty International brings a spotlight on brave women harassed and jailed for their human rights work.
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The Green-Rainbow Party (GRP) statewide candidates earned enough votes to be formally recognized as an official party in the state of Massachusetts.
The Oklahoma native has decided to make an unlikely bid for the U.S. Senate in her adopted state of Maryland
Whether the lure of authoritarianism is strong or is awakened in us, whether we’re angry or not: these are the new divisions. As fractured in so many metrics as we are, the result in this new America is we’re all now student-victims at Trump University.
Vladimir Putin has given the mini-dictator Ramzan Kadyrov complete control over life and limb in Chechnya
Women and their allies again took to the streets this weekend in dozens of cities across the country
In 2017, the U.S. elected its first ever openly transgender woman to the Virginia State House. In
If the Trump campaign is found to have colluded with the Russian election meddling scandal then it is a real possibility that Pence knew all along. Will it be enough to cause him the Presidency?
Ever since Robert Bentley left office after he was caught in the midst of a sex scandal with his assistant, Kay Ivey has taken the role of the Governor of Alabama and she has been doing some fairly interesting things.
The 2020 U.S. presidential election could be as star-studded as a Hollywood red carpet