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Ayanna Pressley Gave a Powerful Farewell Speech at Her Final Boston City Council Meeting Before She Heads to Congress

Pressley delivered moving remarks with her legislative squad members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib in attendance. → Read More

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Promises She Will Pay Her Congressional Interns, Unlike Much of Congress Historically

It's historically uncommon for members of Congress to pay interns, and Ocasio-Cortez called that out as she pledged at least $15 an hour for anyone interning in her office. → Read More

France's Yellow Jacket Protests See Flipped Cars, Tear Gas, and a 21-Year-Old Beaten by Police

What began as a protest against President Emmanuel Macron's gas taxes has sparked the most intense street protests in France in 50 years. → Read More

Michelle Obama's Book Tour Included a Surprise Lunchtime Chat With a Group of Teens

The former First Lady swung by the Lower Eastside Girls Club in Manhattan with lunch before a stop on her arena tour for her book, "Becoming." → Read More

Trump Says His "High Levels of Intelligence" Are Why He Doesn't Believe His Own Administration's Climate Assessment

President Donald Trump is skeptical of his own administration's climate assessment, which was released with input from 13 federal agencies and 300 scientists. → Read More

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Used Tear Gas to Disperse Hundreds of People in the Migrant Caravan

Tear gas was used at the border of the United States and Mexico after members of the migrant caravan attempted to cross through a fence into the U.S. from Mexico. → Read More

Lili Reinhart Said It Won't Be Long "Before Women Are Running Everything" After 2018 Midterms

Lili Reinhart spoke to AOL at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards about the state of U.S. politics following the midterm elections. → Read More

The Trump Administration Is Accused of Sending Troops to the Border as a Publicity Stunt

All of the active-duty troops Trump sent to the border right before the midterm elections will be home by the end of December. → Read More

President Donald Trump Says Raking Would've Helped to Prevent California's Wildfires

In California, President Donald Trump repeated his assertion that raking would have helped to prevent the state's raging wildfires. → Read More

California's Fires Lead to School Closings, Poor Air Quality, and Public Service Shutdowns as Death Toll Climbs

More than 60 people are reported dead as houses burn across California, displacing people who have found themselves seeking shelter where they can find it. → Read More

Over 160 Dogs and Puppies Were Rescued From an Iowa Puppy Mill With the ASPCA's Help

The group worked with local law enforcement to get the dogs out of "filthy, dilapidated kennels" to safety. → Read More

Police Shot and Killed Jemel Roberson, a Black Security Guard, While He Was Responding to a Shooting

"saw a black man with a gun, and basically killed him," a witness said. → Read More

ICE Is Reportedly Detaining A Record High Number of People: Over 44,000 on an Average Day

Figures obtained by The Daily Beast show that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is detaining more people than ever before. → Read More

12 Killed in Shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill's "College Country Night" in California

In what's believed to be the 307th mass shooting in the United State this year, a gunman attacked a crowded bar, killing 12. → Read More

The 2018 Midterms Saw Women Winning in Record-Breaking Numbers

At least 98 women appear to have earned their way to Congress after a historic rising tide of women running for offices. → Read More

2018 Midterms: Beto O'Rourke Appears to Have Lost to Ted Cruz in the Texas Senate Race

O'Rourke's impressive campaign in Texas was a major story in the midterm elections, but Cruz held on against the tough challenger. → Read More

Photos Are Showing Long Lines at the Polls — But You're Still Able to Vote Today

Amid midterms questions of voter suppression and elevator turnout, some folks are spending a long time waiting to vote. → Read More

Early Voting Spikes in Texas and Georgia Could Be a Sign of Historic Youth Voter Turnout in the 2018 Midterms

States with tight races are seeing up to 500% increases in early voting, and experts say it could be a record year for turnout from the youth vote. → Read More

No One Should Be Shocked That Trump Tweeted a Racist Ad

A new spot depicting migrants as dangerous criminals is exactly on brand, given the president's history of racism. → Read More

Who Is Jacob Wohl and What Does He Have to Do With Robert Mueller and Fake Sexual Harassment Allegations?

Wohl, a 20-year-old pro-Trump conservative with a history of bad tweets, is facing accusations he tried to fake sexual harassment allegations against Mueller. → Read More