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Mother Jones recently invited three top student leaders from the March for Our Lives movement into our studio to mark the six-month anniversary of the... [Read More]
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On January 30, Lucimar de Souza, an undocumented immigrant from Brazil, went into to a US Citizenship and Immigration Services office to prove that her marriage to an American... [Read More]
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Two Republican congressional candidates from Florida have paid thousands of dollars to companies affiliated with a contributor to Infowars—the far-right media empire run by Alex Jones... [Read More]
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It's been nearly three weeks since the White House first announced that President Donald Trump was considering revoking the security clearances for top former officials... [Read More]
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Six months ago, the debate around gun safety took a sharp turn. A group of students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, mourning... [Read More]
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Jahana Hayes—who was named the 2016 Teacher of the Year by President Barack Obama—just won her underdog primary in Connecticut's 5th Congressional District, bringing her... [Read More]
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Kris Kobach, the country's most prominent champion of anti-immigrant policies and restrictive voting laws, became the Republican nominee for Kansas governor on Tuesday night, a... [Read More]
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Christine Hallquist, the former chief executive of a Vermont utility firm, won the state's Democratic primary Tuesday, becoming the first ever transgender nominee for governor from a major party... [Read More]
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When Erika Sherek was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016, she knew the road to recovery would be long and painful. Surgery and radiation therapy... [Read More]
After 38 years on death row, seven execution dates, a campaign by the Catholic governor to reinstate Nebraska's death penalty, and a long search for... [Read More]
In late July, Facebook announced it had removed nearly three dozen pages that had been involved in "coordinated inauthentic behavior" intended to "mislead" users ahead... [Read More]
It didn't hit me right away what had happened. It was an upsetting moment, but it was, in many ways, an upsetting relationship. After losing... [Read More]
On a warm, dry afternoon in late May, Jasmine Mendoza arrived at a rural elementary school outside Montpelier, Vermont. Trailing close behind was her 5-year... [Read More]
President Donald Trump on Saturday publicly excoriated his attorney general in a series of tweets about the Russian investigation, describing Jeff Sessions as "scared stiff and... [Read More]
A year ago this weekend, Charlottesville was overrun with Confederate flags, swastikas, and torch-carrying white supremacists. While much of the anniversary has been overrun with... [Read More]
Embattled New York Congressman Chris Collins announced Saturday that he is suspending his reelection campaign—a move that comes several days after he was indicted on... [Read More]
Donald Trump warned Saturday morning that he "may have to get involved" in FBI business. In a pair of tweets, the president complained that the... [Read More]
Tuesday's too-close-to-call Republican primary election for Kansas governor has plunged the state into an ethics crisis. Secretary of State Kris Kobach emerged with a 121-vote lead over... [Read More]
The Trump administration finally has a plan to reunite the hundreds of migrant children whose parents were separated from them at the border and then deported... [Read More]
Steve West, a Kansas City-based engineer, won the Republican primary for a seat in the Missouri House of Representatives this week by trumpeting "old American"... [Read More]
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