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Marianne Williamson draws adoring crowds and writes bestselling books. Will that translate to her presidential campaign?

Williamson is the author of more than a dozen self-help books, and is a longtime spiritual adviser to Oprah Winfrey

The time has come for women in politics to adopt the strategy of their opponents

For ages, the same tactics and tropes have been used against women. It’s time to turn the tables.

The problem with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s presidential campaign? A crowded niche.

With visibility an issue, she says she’s working on ‘building up my own name recognition’

Meghan McCain asks Amy Klobuchar to leave her ‘father’s legacy and memory out of presidential politics’

Klobuchar had shared an account of McCain’s searing response to Trump’s inauguration

The nation’s first majority-female legislature is currently meeting in Nevada. Carson City may never be the same.

Along with the gender shift has come a steady increase in racial diversity

Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin’s mom, is running for office in Florida

She seeks a seat on the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners

Kamala Harris isn’t running for vice president. So why do people keep suggesting a Biden-Harris ticket?

Harris is not the only black woman who’s been suggested as a potential Biden VP

When did we decide the best presidential candidate is the one you’d want to have a beer with?

Women can be likable on entirely different terms, and those terms are equally valid

As Liz Cheney faces a dilemma over her future, the GOP wonders: How high can she go?

She can either continue to climb the House leadership ladder or run for a Wyoming Senate seat