The bill helps protect victims after they report intimate violence by requiring perpetrators to relinquish their firearms within 24 hours.
The House Republican Budget would have a severe impact on students across the country.
Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) tells voters what he thinks (or doesn’t) about mandatory transvaginal ultrasounds for women before abortions.
Today is International Women’s Day, a time to reflect on women’s accomplishments and the challenges ahead.
It may hurt the economy even more—plus three other scary outcomes.
On Sunday’s Meet the Press, Speaker John Boehner pressed that lowering tax rates is the best solution for economic recovery.
Even the GOP knows it needs a makeover.
Department of Education’s new College Scorecard leaves students scratching their heads.
The cross-generational push to maintain a voter anti-discrimination law that’s been in effect since 1965.
And it’s for no good reason.
Can black leaders facilitate discussions of black inequality in Obama’s second term?
Though you may not agree with the publication’s assessment.
Calls for “accountability” and “transparency” mask a renewed push to defund Planned Parenthood.
‘Voting with your fork’ distracts consumers from the root of our broken food system.
America’s attention has been focused on the possible causes of increased gun violence, particularly among youth, and how to stop it. Are violent video games partly to blame?
Recent legislation in Colorado aims to reinstate a ban on firearms on the state’s college campuses.
People of all political persuasions and musical preferences have lamented a “crisis of masculinity.” Frank Ocean just might be hip-hop’s answer.
As long as Obama’s plan involves giving corporations what they want while ignoring economic democracy, it will fail at rebuilding the middle class.
What makes Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 so important?
According to a new study, teen birth rates are down nearly 50 percent since 1991.