Politics

A Brief History of Presidential Turkey Pardons

"Corn, I hereby grant you a full pardon."

By Leila Barghouty
Rule Breakers

After 4 Years Of Unrelenting Racism, I Got a DNA Test. For My Dog.

People on the street stopped to ask what we were, where we were from.

By Shayla Lawson
Rule Breakers

The Hardest Working Woman In Professional Baseball

As the Miami Marlins' new general manager, Kim Ng assumes a role she's long been eyeing.

By Brianna Kovan
Politics

14 Women In The Running For Joe Biden’s Cabinet

With rumored contenders like Sally Yates and Rep. Deb Haaland, his Cabinet could be the country's most diverse.

By Leila Barghouty
Politics

This Is What Voter Suppression Looks Like

As Georgia gears up for its twin Senate runoffs, the topic is top of mind.

By Paulina Jayne Isaac
Politics

Donald Trump’s Legal Troubles Could Last Well Beyond His Presidency

“We're relying on the Biden administration to come in and basically do an audit.”

By Leila Barghouty
Election 2020

These 3 Congressional Races Are Each Within 1,200 Votes Or Less

Refresh the results page, ad infinitum.

By Brianna Kovan
Politics

Why Kamala Harris Has A Real Shot At Pulling The Democrats Left

Precedent comes from the president-elect himself.

By Kate Andersen Brower
Rule Breakers

Cheers To VP Elect Harris. Cheers To The Black Women Who Got Her There.

We don’t know yet how she’ll change the world for Black women, but we know Black women are good for America.

By Shayla Lawson
Election 2020

Yes, Republican Women Won Big, But Their Numbers Are Still Dismal

Fifteen Congresswomen-elect does not a majority make.

By Paulina Jayne Isaac
Politics

Moving Day At The White House Is A Dizzying, Orchestrated Affair

An hour-by-hour guide to "the five craziest hours in the White House."

By Leila Barghouty
Politics

Who Will Replace Kamala Harris In The U.S. Senate?

The California governor has famous shoes to fill.

By Leila Barghouty