This week, we're talking about the drag of drag, gender-affirming care for trans kids and the death of white feminism. Happy holidays!
The labor movement is being revitalized by strikes at major organizations and businesses across the country as workers fight for a more significant say in the workplace.
Despite attempts to hype rising crime rates, most voters, including African Americans named economic issues as their top priority in the recent midterm election. Meanwhile, new data show that Black voters want less incarceration and more community safety.
A group of election deniers is running to reshape their states' voting system.
The NBA isn't playing on Election Day. For other leagues, it's game on
American confidence in the Supreme Court has plummeted. This session could be worse.
The court could make future Voting Rights cases more difficult.
SCOTUS could gut minority protections
Borrowers are now anxiously anticipating the student loan debt application to go live any day this week, especially because The U.S. Department of Education announced in September that it would drop in “early October.”
Senior Democrats struck a controversial fossil fuels deal in exchange for U.S. Senator Joe Manchin's vote. The bill was ultimately withdrawn earlier this week, but could be reintroduced. Here's why that can't happen.
The true welfare queens aren't who we've always been told
Abortion foes have been insisting that their aim is to give power back to the states. So why wasn't there more outcry when Sen. Lindsey Graham introduced a federal ban on abortion after 15 weeks? The answer: we're all really f*cking tired.
The New Orleans startup is pulverizing glass to help stop coastal erosion and slow climate change.
As climate change continues to create more extreme weather events, with Congress only reacting to it in the last month, environmentally conscious people often wonder how they can help. But it's more complex than you think.
Jackson's water crisis has been decades in the making. A diminishing tax base and climate change have exacerbated its problems.