Women started social-media sanctuaries in 2016 to share their support for Hillary Clinton in the face of virulent bipartisan misogyny. Post-election, they evolved into an organizing force.
Whether it’s foretelling political doom or coming forward with sexual-assault allegations, women's voices fall on deaf ears. Will we ever learn not listening to women has dire consequences?
Haters gonna hate, but in its first week, 'What Happened' has already sold over 300,000 copies. There's a reason for that.
As the debate over Hillary Clinton's memoir rages on, one of her campaign canvassers is reminded of exactly what she encountered while on the trail.
Yes, because this is why the fight between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters continues.
Three million more of us heard her loud and clear
If we've learned anything after the 2016 election—and we've learned a lot—it's that the woman who will break the ultimate glass ceiling will not come from the left. So, brace yourselves.
Senate Republicans revealed their nihilistic, sheeple colors yesterday at the Comey hearings. What will it take for them to impeach Trump?
The media’s obsession with the white populist narrative serves two purposes: telling women who supported Hillary they don’t matter and exonerating itself from being culpable in her loss.
Trump cozies up to dictators, grifts off taxpayers, and takes away our liberties. So why are pundits and reporters more fixated on criticizing the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee?