Trump Is Already Claiming Mueller's Special Report As A Victory — But It's Not That Simple

Attorney General William Barr has only disclosed a memo about the report, and there's so much we don't know for sure

At Least 3 People Killed In Tram Shooting In Utrecht, Netherlands

Police are currently searching for the suspect and determining a motive

It Only Took 3 Days For New Zealand To Promise Comprehensive Gun Control Reform

'There are simply details to work through,' Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said

Does Beto O'Rourke Stand A Chance For The Democratic Nomination?

The Presidential hopeful is buzzy, but voters are less clear on his policies and track record

Paul Manafort's Prison Sentence Is Further Proof Of An Unjust Legal System

Trump's former campaign chairman is the latest domino to fall in the Special Counsel investigation led by Robert Mueller

How To Keep Track Of The Over 200 People Already Running For President

Because November 3, 2020, will be here before you know it

The Teen Who Got Vaccinated At 18 Told Congress The Anti-Vaxx Movement Is "Shameful"

Ethan Lindenberger went viral for asking Reddit to help go against his mother's beliefs

Trans Service Members Fought Trump's Ban in a History-Making Congressional Hearing

"My transition — and so many others — has dramatically increased the readiness and lethality of every branch of the armed forces."

Congress Shouldn't Need Cohen to Tell Them Trump Is Racist

The former lawyer appeared in front of the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday.

Watch Jennifer Lawrence Break Down How America's Political System Has Failed

"The government is ours. We pay for it, so it needs to work for us, and right now, it doesn’t.”

42 Student Protestors Were Arrested In Washington D.C. — And They're Not Done Fighting

Members of the Sunrise Movement met with Senator Dianne Feinstein before heading to Mitch McConnell's office.

Julián Castro Wants To Be The First Latinx President — But Will Relating To Spanish-Speakers Be Enough?

Relatively unknown in a crowded Democratic field, the former Obama Cabinet member has work to do

Both Democrats and Republicans Condemn Trump's Border Wall National Emergency

The President's Friday morning declaration starts an uphill battle

In State of the Union Address, Trump's Attempts at Bipartisanship Fall Flat

The President often stumbled throughout a speech that covered the economy, abortion rights, and more

Will Presidential Hopeful Cory Booker Prove He's For the People?

The Democratic candidate's political allegiances have been questioned

The Last Act of 'Dirty Trickster' Roger Stone

Faced with seven charges including witness tampering and lying to Congress, the odds aren't in Stone's favor

Kamala Harris' Fight for the 2020 Democratic Nomination Won't Be Easy

Her efforts to connect with black voters could make or break her political future.

Why Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Was More Than "I Have a Dream"

Sixty-two years later, his words on voting rights still matter

What's Up With the Controversy Dividing the Women's March — And What Should You Do About It?

As the third annual Women's March approaches, the organization's co-chairs are facing significant backlash internally and externally

How California Students Are Leading the Fight for Tuition-Free Community College

It's time to stop the skyrocketing costs of higher education

Three Big Lies From Donald Trump's Border Security Address, Explained

As the second-longest government shutdown in U.S. history drags on, the President continued to bluster for his wall.

Why You Should Fill Out a Sample Ballot Before Election Day

It's important to understand what's on your ballot before you head to the polls. Here's how to prep.

Voting for the Planet

People of color, women, Democrats, and younger people are more concerned about climate change. But it may be Independents who have the power to transform worry into action.

9 Key Races to Watch on Election Day

As the 2018 midterm elections approach, history could be in the making for key races across the country.