The 2015 National Young Feminist Leadership Conference seeks to “provide young activists with the opportunity to network, grow their knowledge on pertinent domestic and global feminist issues, and fine-tune their organizing methodology.” So what are they learning?
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What advice would President Barack Obama in year six of his administration give to himself if he could send a message back in time to his first day on the job?
Alex Marquardt of ABC News, on the ground in Israel, called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election a "stunning victory" that "none of the polls predicted."
The arrest of Jeffery Williams, 20, for the shooting of two police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, has set off a rush to distance the protesters from the would-be cop killer.
New Media Matters employee James Carville was on “This Week With George Stephanopoulos” to quell the growing outrage over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a secret server for all of her official communications. It didn’t go well.
In a swipe at the White House, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), one of the largest labor organizations in the country, has endorsed Jesus “Chuy” Garcia over sitting Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Emanuel is President Barack Obama’s former chief of staff and is considered a major player in Democratic politics.
Progressive activists took to Twitter to react to the shooting of two Ferguson, Mo., police officers. Reactions ranged from paranoid conspiracy theories to celebration.
When 47 Republican senators signed a letter to the leaders of Iran noting that any deal struck between them and President Barack Obama would not have the force of law if it were not submitted to the Senate for approval they were denounced as "traitors" by progressive activists in the media.
In its coverage of Hillary Clinton’s press conference regarding her exclusive use of private email as secretary of state, Politico couldn't help but add flowery descriptions and veiled praise for the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
In a scathing editorial, The Washington Post called on presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to stop "stonewalling" on her use of a private email account for government business as secretary of state.
As the old joke goes, "If you want to make God laugh, make a plan."
On the 50th anniversary of the march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, The New York Times chose a front page picture of President Barack Obama, his family, and civil rights leaders who were there at the time. Missing from the photo, though only a few people down to the right, were former President George W. Bush and his wife Laura. The Times also focused quite a bit of their story on the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, even though the local and federal investigations into that event found race had zero role in it and they refused to bring charges.
A Democratic senator said on "Meet The Press" Sunday that likely 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton needs to talk about her use of a private email as secretary of state.
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) is the ranking member on the House Select Committee on Benghazi. So when it was discovered that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had every email she ever sent during her tenure on a previously unknown private server in her home -- and that it was not accessible or searchable by anyone in government -- you’d think he’d be upset that his committee had not received all the information they need to conduct their investigation.
Dr. Ben Carson, who formed an exploratory committee Tuesday for a potential run for president, told CNN's Chris Cuomo on "New Day" Wednesday that the fact that straight men have sex with other men while in prison proves being gay is a choice.
With Congress giving tacit approval of President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty by passing a “clean” funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security, news broke on another front of the nation’s broken immigration laws – anchor babies.
White House press secretaries are used to spinning questions from the media, it's a huge part of their job. But sometimes there's just no answer. Such was the case when Robert Gibbs, former press secretary for President Obama, was asked by Matt Lauer on the Today Show to explain why Hillary Clinton exclusively used her private email as secretary of state.
A former secretary of state and presumptive Democratic presidential candidate exclusively used a private email address, thus skirting archiving laws and leaving access to the official business they conducted up to the willingness of that person to cooperate with congressional oversight.
Republican Sen. Mike Lee said "almost all of" President Obama's executive amnesty action is ultimately the fault of Congress passing vague laws.