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Iran Nuclear Deal, Enriched Uranium, and U.S. Sanctions: Everything You Need to Know

Iran is 10 days away from exceeding the uranium stockpile limit imposed by the nuclear deal. Here’s some background on what is happening → Read More

Who Is Stephanie Grisham? She Might Be Sarah Sanders' Replacement

After Sarah Sanders resigned as press secretary, some suggest the First Lady's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham could be her replacement. → Read More

Not Every State Is Restricting Abortion—Some Are Expanding Access

While states from Alabama to Missouri are restricting the right to abortion, states like Illinois, Maine, and Vermont are expanding access. → Read More

Tax Free. Period. Seeks to Eliminate the Tampon Tax Across the U.S.

Only 15 states don't tax tampons. A new campaign by LOLA and Period Equity wants to make menstrual products tax exempt across the country. → Read More

John Dean to Compare Mueller Findings to Watergate in Testimony

John Dean will appear before a House panel on Monday, providing some context regarding the findings of the Mueller investigation. → Read More

Bloomberg Pledges $500 Million to Coordinated Campaign to Combat Climate Change

Beyond Carbon will focus its efforts on bringing the U.S. toward a 100% clean energy economy and closing remaining coal plants by 2030. → Read More

Climate Change: Where the 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand

More and more 2020 presidential candidates are releasing plans to tackle climate change. Here's where they stand. → Read More

No Country Is on Track to Achieve Gender Equality by 2030

The newly released SDG Gender Index found that countries are falling behind in their commitments to achieve gender equality by 2030. → Read More

London Mayor Has Message for Trump After 'Stone Cold Loser' Comment

President Donald Trump is in the U.K. for his first official state visit June 3-5. → Read More

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Finds Unlikely Ally in Ted Cruz

Ocasio-Cortez and Cruz found common ground on Twitter, proposing a bill banning former members of Congress from becoming lobbyists. → Read More

5 Things Robert Mueller Said in His Public Statement

Special Counsel Robert Mueller outlined his investigation’s findings in a public statement on Wednesday. → Read More

DNC Ups Threshold for Third 2020 Democratic Presidential Debate

The DNC announced Wednesday that candidates would need to hit 2% in the polls and have at least 130,000 individual donors to qualify. → Read More

How Kamala Harris Plans to Block State Laws Restricting Abortion

The California Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate unveiled the plan, the Reproductive Rights Act, on Tuesday. → Read More

Trump-Pelosi Feud Hits New Lows With ‘Doctored’ Video

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Thursday night to tweet out an edited video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stumbling over her words. → Read More

'Ill-Prepared' Trump vs 'Do Nothing' Democrats: The Aftermath of an Infrastructure Meeting

The infrastructure meeting between Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and other Democrats fell apart Wednesday. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump Are Meeting Today. Here's What They'll Discuss

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is heading to the White House to meet with President Donald Trump. → Read More

A Judge Upheld a House Subpoena to Obtain Trump's Financial Records. Now What?

U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta upheld the House Committee’s subpoena to obtain Trump's financial records. But they won't see them yet. → Read More

Can Roe v. Wade Be Overturned?

What the Alabama bill and others like it mean, and what we can expect to happen to abortion rights in the U.S. → Read More

Trump Slams Fox News for Hosting Mayor Pete Buttigieg Town Hall

Trump criticized his favorite network Sunday, accusing Fox of moving to the 'losing side' in hosting Democratic town halls. → Read More

Trump Wants Astronauts Back to the Moon by 2024. Here's How He Plans to Pay for It

The White House is requesting an additional $1.6 billion "down payment" to help fund its ambitious plan to return to the moon by 2024. → Read More