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Beto O’Rourke has released his plan to combat climate change. Here’s the breakdown and why many on the left are not satisfied.
Yes, there’s a measles outbreak in 2019. Here’s how it happened, what you need to know, and how you can prevent an infection.
The complicated and violent crisis in Venezuela has no easy solution or end in sight. Here’s what you need to know and why it matters.
Despite being a seemingly principled man, Rosenstein ultimately failed in his position by choosing when and when not to stick to those principles.
With AOC leading the progressive charge and Dems shifting policies, it’s fair to wonder if progressives are the new Democratic Party or simply threatening party unity.
On the eve of Biden’s 2020 Democratic Presidential bid announcement, his contributions to mass incarceration and the war on drugs call into question just how “Democratic” he is.
A trailer has dropped for the new political doc that follows four trailblazers, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, during their 2018 midterm election Congressional runs.
It’s bold. It’s sweeping. And it aims to erase almost all student loan debt while making college vastly more affordable. Here’s what you need to know.
The Department of Justice released a heavily-redacted Mueller report yesterday. Now the House has issued a subpoena.
Universal Basic Income: Andrew Yang’s controversial solution to income inequality
Andrew Yang, the “radical” 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful, proposes Universal Basic Income as a means to curb income inequality. Is the policy as radical as the man himself?
We rank the nine big hopefuls based on chances of winning right now, plus we look at their momentum and the obstacles they face.
Saudi Arabia’s ‘wife-tracking’ app Absher empowers the male guardianship system
The controversial and draconian app, backed by both Google and Apple, spells disaster for women’s rights in Saudi Arabia.
President Trump’s controversial border wall is more of a symbolic gesture of hypocrisy than effective counter-measure.
We rank the six big hopefuls based on chances of winning right now, plus we look at their momentum and the obstacles they face
A Congresswoman, Twitter, and a hip-hop classic walk into a bar…