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President Pelosi? It’s not impossible.

The speaker of the house is third in line to the presidency, according to the 1947 Presidential Succession Act

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao faces House Oversight Committee investigation over ethics allegations

The committee sent Chao a letter with 18 requests for documents and information

Bahamas hurricane survivors are kicked off ferry over U.S. visa demands

On Sunday evening, more than 100 refugees were forced to disembark from a boat headed to Florida

Hurricanes used to be named after women. Until these feminists stepped in.

In another time, Dorian could have been Danielle

‘If I want to fight, I want to fight with the lions’: Maxine Waters on her early days in Congress, her principles and ‘reclaiming my time’

Waters, a Democrat from California, is the most senior African American woman in Congress

From higher fees to longer waits, patients face obstacles after Planned Parenthood quits federal program

The organization had served 1.6 million women, or about 41 percent of the participants in the Title X program

Blue states are leading the way in sexual harassment reforms. In red states, women are left behind.

The prevalence of sexual harassment in in the workplace is appallingly high

Theresa May leaves her post, with a legacy of defeat

She’s expected to be replaced by Mr. Brexit himself, her former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson

Kamala Harris took a risk. It paid off.

She is likely to be the center of attention for at least the next week

Who won and lost the first Democratic presidential debate?

Ten candidates jousted during the first debate, held in Miami Wednesday night