Why Some Young Activists Are Dedicating Their Vote To Immigration

One issue can sway their decision at the polls

Milk, Quills, And Chartreuse Boots: Here's Everything You Missed During The Senate Impeachment Trial

In case you didn't have time to watch the 12-hour long days

Outside The Impeachment Trial, Young Activists Make Themselves Heard

Protesters are gathering in front of the United States Senate: 'Even if it doesn't go the way we want, stay angry'

Utah Finally Banned Subjecting LGBTQ+ Children To Harmful 'Conversion Therapy'

The discredited practice has been denounced by most medical organizations

The Impeachment Is Heading To The Senate: Here's What You Missed

From the impeachment managers to the presidential race

Meet The TikTok Users Vying For Your Likes — And Your Votes

'They can interact with your content, and you can interact back with them, and people really appreciate that'

Your Guide To The Impeachment's 7 New Managers

What they are, what they do, and why they're important

Most Young Americans Think Occupying Afghanistan Was A Mistake

They're more clear-eyed about the implications of war than even presidential candidates

Mike Bloomberg's #DemDebate Meatball, Explained

Why does he think this is "fun?"

Could A Woman Really Be President In America?


Cory Booker Suspends Presidential Campaign, Promises To Support 'Eventual Nominee'

'The urgent business of impeachment will rightly be keeping me in Washington,' he said

Trump Was Impeached, Will He Ever Be Convicted?

Here's what you need to know about the latest impeachment news

Latinx Voters Want More Than Spanish-Language Catchphrases. Will Candidates Deliver?

The largest minority voting bloc is rightfully wary of Hispandering

Facebook Helped Trump Win In 2016, Executive Says, And History Might Repeat Itself

A leaked memo compares Facebook's role in the election to 'Lord of the Rings'

What You Need To Know About The U.S. Strike On An Iranian Military Leader

Qassim Soleimani was the senior commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Quds Force

A Conspiracy Theorist Who Lied About Sandy Hook Has To Pay $100,000 In Court Costs, Judge Rules

The trial between Alex Jones and those directly affected by Sandy Hook hasn't even started yet

Michael Bloomberg Already Wants To Redecorate The White House

His first big jobs plan? An open-office setting in the East Room

Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis Hears Outpour Of Support After Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis

'If there’s one thing I love about [Rep. Lewis], it’s his incomparable will to fight. I know he’s got a lot more of that left in him'

Even Republicans Are 'Disturbed' By Mitch McConnell's Impeachment Stance

Senator Lisa Murkowski is speaking out

It Was A Historic Night On Campus — But For LMU Students, The Debate Still Fell Short

Candidates barely talked about gun violence or unions — and students noticed

Nearly A Dozen Protesters Were Arrested At Mitch McConnell's Office — And They're Not Done Fighting

'We have to be using our bodies and our voices to disrupt business as usual'

Meet Mondaire Jones: The Sci Fi Fanatic Running For New York's 17th Congressional District

If he wins, he'll be the first Black openly gay congressman

An Impeachment, A Prelude To A Messy Senate Hearing, And The Lie Of The Year

Here's everything you need to know about impeachment news this week

Why Are Female Candidates Apologizing For Caring?

Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar both asked for forgiveness at the Democratic primary debate