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.

Here's How To Get Out the Vote the Last Weekend Before Midterms

How to make a real impact on Tuesday

Turnout Is the Key to Any Electoral Victory. Will Young Voters Show Up?

Early voting turnout is high, for both parties.

Will Antipathy or Change Determine Young Voter Turnout?

" I have faith in young voters to make the right decisions, make some noise so people wake the fuck up.”

Here's How We Fight Against Voter Suppression

The push to silence young voters and voters of color has to end

John McCain Remembered By Daughter Meghan, Former Presidents Obama, Bush

The maverick has been laid to rest

Florence and Normandie: 25 Years After the L.A. Riots

Revisiting the heart of the uprising


Florence and Normandie: 25 Years After the L.A. Riots

This Month in State News: Glitter, Chicken Suits, and Student Election Madness

It's election day: Do you know where your Vaseline-covered campaign signs are?

What Everyone Can Learn From Pride In A Town Like Casper, WY

Pride isn't only in big cities. One town in the middle of Wyoming is home to a vibrant and growing queer community that is proud, fearless, and fueled by love.

The Supreme Court Is Enabling The President

Trump is ignoring domestic terrorism. Reviving the ban helps him do that.

The Major LGBTQ Civil Rights Fight You Haven’t Heard Of

The Mattachine Society was the first to say ‘gay is good’

Garbageville Week 22: Tapes Or No Tapes? That Is The Question

That, and why are we just now seeing the Senate health care bill?

Trump Is Not Cause To Give Up On This Country

He is the loudest rallying cry in the world that it’s time for us to do better and get to work

Jon Ossoff Was Always Going to Lose

Democrats should be feeling good after Georgia's special election. Here's the problem

These Students Fought Texas’s Sanctuary City Ban

The first fight is over, but there are plenty more to go