An Alabama Mayor Blamed Facebook Settings For His Own Homophobic Comments

Members of the Carbon Hill city council have since called for his resignation

Here's Where The Major 2020 Candidates Stand On Federally Funding Abortion Care

Joe Biden is proving to be the odd man out

A Teacher Who Asked Trump To 'Remove The Illegals' From Her School Has Been Fired

15 people spoke in support of terminating Georgia Clark; no one spoke in favor of her remaining with the district

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Unveils A LGBTQ+ Rights Agenda That Would Reverse Trump's Harmful Policies

'Equal rights and freedom from discrimination should be the bare minimum we accept'

Taylor Swift Asked Her Senator To Pass The Equality Act — And More People Are Joining In

'The fact that, legally, some people are completely at the mercy of the hatred and bigotry of others is disgusting and unacceptable'

Every Democratic Primary Debate Will Feature Women And People of Color As Moderators

The debates begin with a two-day event on June 26 and 27 in Miami, Florida

Trump Admitted Russia Interfered In 2016 — And Denied It An Hour Later

'There were multiple, systematic efforts to interfere in our election,' Robert Mueller said the day before

Here's Kamala Harris's Plan To Protect Roe V. Wade From Anti-Choice Lawmakers

'The government should not be in the business of taking those decisions away'

Inside The Fight To Help More Women Get Elected In 2020

'This is a movement. This is not a trend. Our country needed a movement like this'

Trayvon Martin's Mother, Sybrina Fulton, Is Running For Office

'Until recently, I didn’t see myself as someone who would run. But if not me, then who? If not now, then when?'

Kamala Harris Wants To Close The Wage Gap For Good

It's part of her plan to 'correct what has been wrong about the way we have designed this system'

What You Need To Know About The Equality Act Just Passed By The House

'The question before us is not whether the LGBTQ community faces outrageous and immoral discrimination,' Rep Jerrold Nadler said at the time of voting

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

New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio marks the 23rd high-profile Democrat to enter the race

What You Need To Know About Alabama's Vote To Ban Abortion

All 25 legislators who voted in favor of the measure were white, male Republican senators

College Democrats Are Taking A Stand For The Next AOC

'I think the DCCC is scared of us and I think that they need to be'

The Attacks On Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib Don't Surprise Young Muslim People

'There can be no question why their identities are at the forefront of every discussion about their actions and words'

Cory Booker Unveils 2020's Most Comprehensive Gun Reform Policy Yet

The proposal touches on gun licenses, providing support for gun violence survivors, and closing the 'boyfriend loophole'

6 Ways The Government's New Health Rulings Could Affect You

The Department of Health and Human Services just made it easier for a medical professional to deny you care

Trump Wants To Start Charging Migrants To Apply For Asylum

Nancy Pelosi said the President's newest memo is 'cruel, unprecedented and fails to address the root causes of migration'

Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams Just Ruled Out One More 2020 Race

'The fights to be waged require a deep commitment to the job, and I do not see the U.S. Senate as the best role for me in this battle for our nation’s future'

What 2020 Presidential Candidates Don't Understand About The Black Student Vote

'We want to be centered, and we want our politicians to be sincere about it.'

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Won't Let Pundits Derail The Voting Rights Conversation

'Don’t dare invoke one of the darkest days of terrorism in MY city to stoke fear and derail a meaningful conversation about fundamental rights'

How One Question Could Majorly Impact The 2020 Census Numbers

The Supreme Court has until the end of term to decide

What Weld's Challenge To Trump's Presidency Means, According To History

Incumbent presidents who win their party's nomination after facing serious primary challenges often go on to lose their general elections