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Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she’d ‘absolutely’ be in favor of reopening Kavanaugh investigation

But Democrats would have to take control of the Senate first

Native American women candidates are running for office. Their wins would be historic.

More than a hundred Native American women have taken part in races at local and state levels

Taylor Swift and Rihanna told young people to register. They’re listening, but will they actually vote?

It’s difficult to gauge how many young people will turn out on Election Day

Congress promised to improve its own workplace harassment rules. A year later, there’s little to show.

Bills in both the House and Senate have stalled

Nikki Haley may not run for president in 2020. Still, she poses a threat to Trump.

The suddenness and secrecy surrounding her resignation prompted speculation

Nikki Haley resigns from position as Trump’s U.N. ambassador

Trump praised the work of the former governor of South Carolina

Women have shattered barriers in the U.S. military. Someone should tell Jim Mattis.

The Defense secretary questioned women’s ability to fight in combat units

New Zealand lawmakers re-create 1905 photo to celebrate 125 years of women’s voting rights

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern brought along her infant daughter

Will the accusation against Kavanaugh drive up the Democratic vote?

Republicans fear reversals in November

There were no women on the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1991. Then, the Anita Hill hearings happened.

In 1992, several women were elected to the Senate