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Michelle Obama Defending George W. Bush Is a Lesson in Class Solidarity

Michelle Obama defended her relationship with George W. Bush in an interview with Bush's daughter discussing the recent Ellen DeGerenes controversy. → Read More

Greta Thunberg Named ‘Time’ Magazine’s 2019 Person of the Year

Greta Thunberg appears on a brand-new cover of Time magazine, which named the youth climate striker its 2019 Person of the Year. → Read More

Baby Yoda Is More Popular Than 2020 Democrats, but Could He Actually Be President?

Teen Vogue investigates whether or not the character known as Baby Yoda's appeal above and beyond 2020 Democrats could translate into a campaign. → Read More

Donald Trump's Distraction Tactics Find New Life Thanks to GOP's Manufactured Barron Trump Outrage

Republicans like Rep. Matt Gaetz demonstrated how Donald Trump's chaotic presidency has allowed superficiality to dictate political discourse. → Read More

Donald Trumps Called Justin Trudeau "Two-Faced" After Hot Mic Video Goes Viral From NATO Summit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was caught on tape blowing off steam with Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson after a day of Trump's antics at a NATO summit. → Read More

Kamala Harris Dropped Out of 2020 Democratic Presidential Contest, Citing Financial Challenges

Senator Kamala Harris announced she's withdrawing from the 2020 presidential primary contest, writing she's "not a billionaire" and can't fund her own campaign. → Read More

On Fox News, DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake Questioned Why Tucker Carlson Still Has a Job

Michael Blake was sharply critical of Fox News employing Tucker Carlson in light of Carlson’'s criticisms of attention to the problem of white supremacy. → Read More

Pete Buttigieg’s 2020 Presidential Campaign Is a Lesson in “Petey” Bourgeois Politics

Pete Buttigieg is raking in money from financial powerhouses, but what are the dangers of a charismatic young politician who seems eager for big-dollar donors? → Read More

Ariana Grande Posted Photos with Bernie Sanders on Her Instagram and Twitter

Ariana Grande took to social media to share a pic of a warm embrace with 2020 candidate Bernie Sanders, writing she would "never smile this hard again." → Read More

Brett Kavanaugh Speech Protested With Rape Whistles, Handmaid Costumes, Christine Blasey Ford Video

Brett Kavanaugh spoke at a gala hosted by the Federalist Society, where activists used several tactics to protest his appearance. → Read More

Democratic Debate: What You Need to Know About the Fifth 2020 Presidential Primary Debate

As the 2020 presidential election gets ever closer, the latest Democratic debate is set to take place for the crowded primary field. → Read More

As Saugus High School Shooting Unfolds, Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith Blocks Consideration of a Background-Check Bill

As news broke of a shooting at Santa Clarita High School, Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith objected to consideration of a background-check bill designed to prevent gun violence. → Read More

This Crowded 2020 Democratic Primary Needs Fewer Candidates, Not Michael Bloomberg or Deval Patrick

Reports that Bloomberg and Patrick are considering late entries to the 2020 race should remind Democrats that the large field may be stifling voter enthusiasm. → Read More

Greta Thunberg's Book "No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference" Is a Clarion Call for Climate Rebellion

In "No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference," a collection of Greta Thunberg's speeches, readers can see the through-lines of advocacy for system change. → Read More

Kentucky Election Results: Democrat’s Claimed Win in Governor's Race Should Worry Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell

President Trump had said a loss for incumbent Republican Matt Bevin would "send a bad message." Democratic challenger Andy Beshear appears to have won. → Read More

Greta Thunberg Declined an Environmental Prize Because She Wants Politicians to Take Action

Greta Thunberg wrote on Instagram that she was turning down the Nordic Council’s 2019 Environment Prize because “the climate movement does not need any more awards.” → Read More

Donald Trump Got Booed and Heckled With “Lock Him Up!” Chants at the World Series

Donald Trump’s appearance on a Jumbotron at a World Series game in D.C. prompted loud booing from the crowd and then chants of “Lock him up!” → Read More

Amazon Last-Minute Halloween Costumes May Be Scary, But Jeff Bezos’s Vast Fortune Is Scarier

Amazon's same-day delivery might make for hasty Halloween looks, but Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s personal fortune is frightening. → Read More

At Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional Testimony, Lawmakers AOC, Maxine Waters, Rashida Tlaib, and Kate Porter Schooled the Facebook Founder

Mark Zuckerberg faced tough questions from lawmakers on privacy and content moderation as he was set to testify about Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, Libra. → Read More

Emmett Till's Memorial Sign Gets a Bulletproof Upgrade Following Repeated Shootings

Emmett Till's 1955 killing helped spark the civil rights movement. Decades later, a new sign at the spot where his body was found is designed to deter theft and vandalism. → Read More