Protestors Broadcast Christine Blasey Ford's Powerful Testimony Outside A Gala Honoring Brett Kavanaugh

'We still believe Christine Blasey Ford, and we won’t let him forget that'

F*uck It, They're Doing It Live: Everything To Know About The Impeachment Inquiry

From George Kent's bow tie to Trump's tweets about Marie Yovanovitch

The Candidates In That Viral Harvard Video Just Won Their Election

James Mathew and Ify White-Thorpe talk to MTV News about what's next

Who Wants 16-Year-Olds To Vote? We Asked Every 2020 Presidential Candidate About Voter Access

Got issues?

Meet Keagan Roberts: 19-Year-Old Politician, Activist, And Brow Specialist

'I wanted to represent my generation because we are the future'

Here's A Dog Walking Itself On Capital Hill — And Everything Else You've Missed During Impeachment Inquiry

Plus ten more things that happened in impeachment news this week

He Was Elected Mayor At 21 — Now Alex Morse Is Running For Congress

'I think my life has been atypical of the average twenty-something … but I happen to see public office as a means of making a difference in the community'

The Trump Administration Forced To Answer To Trauma It Inflicted On Migrant Families

The government has 21 days to provide a plan

For Young People In Kentucky, This Election Was A Sign Of Things To Come

'I want the people to know that young Kentuckians are aware of the world'

Election Night 2019 Featured Ranked-Choice Voting, Sanctuary Cities, And Plenty Of Mess

See how Democrats and Republicans fared in Mississippi, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and more

'OK, Boomer' Made Its Parliamentary Debut In New Zealand

25-year-old Chlöe Swarbrick didn't miss a beat

November Is Native American Heritage Month, But Trump Might Be Trying To Change That

Native American Heritage Month has been celebrated nationally since a 1990 proclamation by President George H.W. Bush

'I Will See You Down The Road': Beto O'Rourke Drops Out Of Presidential Race

A total of nine politicians are officially out

ICYMI: The House Voted To Officially Continue The Impeachment Inquiry

And 11 other things that happened in impeachment news this week

Me Too Founder Tarana Burke Wants Candidates To Talk About Sexual Assault

'There's no conversation about it in these presidential debates. Nobody asks the question'

A Fear Of Revenge Porn Shouldn't Stop You From Running For Office

'Your sexuality is not shameful. Your body is not embarrassing. You are not the one who should be scared this week'

'I Am Leaving Now Because Of A Double Standard': Rep. Katie Hill Addresses Congress One Final Time

'I am leaving because I no longer want to be used as a bargaining chip'

A Conversation With JT Lewis, The 19-Year-Old Republican Running On A Gun-Safety Platform

But rather than banning guns, Lewis proposes more guns in schools — via armed guards, a policy with no conclusive evidential support — and stronger federal background checks

Twitter Is Banning Political Ads From Everyone — Candidates And Regular People Alike

There will be some exceptions for things like voter registration

Meet Park Cannon, The 28-year-old Georgia State Representative Fighting To 'Make Our Democracy Better'

'It takes courage to be vulnerable'

Inside The Historic Presidential Town Hall Where Incarcerated People Ask The Questions

'If people want us to show up for them in November 2020, they need to think about showing up for us in October 2019'

'Lock Him Up': Watch Trump Get 'Booed' At The World Series

Apple pie, cracker jacks, and booing the President

Most Americans Want Trump Impeached — And Young People Are Leading The Charge

'I'm from Brooklyn, I know a quid-pro-quo when I see one'

Kamala Harris Calls Trump Comparing The Impeachment Inquiry To Lynching 'Disgraceful'

'It is a reflection of the very real trajectory of our nation and the very repugnant evil of racism'