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Growing number of states support new law to have the president...

Colorado has joined 11 other states and the District of Columbia in pushing legislation that will require their electoral votes to be...

Buttigieg gains enough donors to join Democratic presidential debate

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) said Saturday that his campaign raised enough individual donors to guarantee a spot at the first...

The Washington state Senate has voted to pass a bill that...

Washington's state Senate passed a bill this week that would drop President Trump from the state's 2020 presidential ballot until he releases his tax returns.

This Is Why People Are Planking To Celebrate Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s...

Fans of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg are celebrating the woman they find exceptional in quite an unusual way.

Samuel L. Jackson ‘Doesn’t Give a F*ck’ If Speaking Out Against...

Samuel L. Jackson isn’t one to mince words when speaking about Donald Trump. At the beginning of the new year, the actor went viral for calling...

Sanders is the only presidential candidate going directly after Trump

Bernie Sanders didn't hold back on what he thinks of Donald Trump. The Democratic presidential candidate, speaking before an...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg poster in Brooklyn vandalized with the words ‘Die,...

A poster in Brooklyn featuring Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s face was vandalized with the words “Die, Jew bitch!” and a...

America Unwillingly Reliving Its Racist Past

We have a president of the United States who’s a racist. Most Americans aren’t buying his lies. We’ve...

Christchurch mosque shooting: The faces of the victims

This article was taken by nzherland They are fathers, mothers, grandparents, daughters and sons. They are...

Trump administration proposes $7.1 billion funding cut to Education Department

The Trump administration is looking to decrease the Education Department’s funding by $7.1 billion compared to what it was given last year, as...