There is no creature in American politics more puzzled over by Democrats than the angry, forgotten Trump voter. How can we reach them? How should we speak to them? Here’s a wild idea: fix their problems.
It’s a sad day in America: a regular American has been ruthlessly bashed by an intolerant bigot, in retaliation for America’s intolerant bigotry against non-Americans. Is anyone safe from bashing, these days?
While apparently searching for a suspect in a nearby armed robbery early Tuesday morning, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies handcuffed and briefly detained hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean instead.
The U.S. women's hockey team is boycotting the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship later this month in hopes of securing fairer pay. But rather than move to pay them a living wage or, heaven forbid, paying them equally to men, the USA Hockey group is reportedly considering just replacing the women…
Robert Wilcoxson didn't say much to the police while the murder of Walter Bowman was being investigated. He had nothing to do with the murder, so he didn't know how to answer many of the questions he was asked. But he still wound up pleading guilty to second degree murder.
If you're joining Wednesday's Day Without A Woman protest–or striking with in solidarity with people around the world for the International Women's Strike–organizers already have you covered with the perfect out-of-office auto email response.
President Trump's retooled ban targeting residents from six largely Muslim countries and a total ban on Syrian refugees entering the U.S. is expected to be introduced on Monday.
Two passengers were removed from a United flight Saturday after a man reportedly made racist comments to passengers.
It has been one month since Donald Trump became the president of the United States. But it has been such a tumultuous, chaotic, bruising month that it feels like five years, not four weeks, have passed.
Some of the biggest battles over President Donald Trump's policies aren't being fought in the halls of Congress or the streets of Washington. They're being fought in city halls, state capitols, and individual neighborhoods across the United States.
It took a couple weeks, but the White House comment line is open again.
People keep asking me how I’m doing, as though I’ve suffered a death in the family or been struck by a terminal illness. I understand why, and I’m grateful for the concern: President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant proposals are materializing one after another—and he’s been in the White House for less than a month.
The Donald Trump administration imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s Vice President on Monday evening, accusing him of “playing a major role” in international drug trafficking.
If you are in need of letting out a primal scream, you might want to head to your nearest bookstore or library for some relief. Mostly because yelling is strictly frowned upon there, but also because you will probably stumble upon some delightfully shady—and informative—reads of Donald Trump. Yes, we mean both the…
If you want to build a fence around your house, ask your neighbors to pay for it and see what happens. Obviously, that’s an outlandish, irrational request—but that’s exactly what President Donald Trump is asking of Mexico.
It’s all happening. As the GOP ramps up its fight to repeal the Affordable Care Act, President Obama's signature health care law, Donald Trump dealt another blow to the law as one of his first actions as president. Getting rid of the 2010 law could leave more than 18 million people–who are disproportionately poor,…
What seemed almost impossible, according to most polls, has happened: Donald Trump is president of the United States. But his move into the White House doesn’t mean that his insults have stopped hurting, or that his falsehoods are now true.
Some of the world's top chess players have decided to boycott this year's Women's World Championship in Iran because they refuse to wear headscarves as required by that country's Islamic government.
A new report out Tuesday found that the abortion rate fell to historic lows in 2013 and 2014, with the number of total abortions in the country falling to fewer than one million for the first time since 1975.