politics

America ‘needed’ Amanda Gorman’s words, her teachers say. She delivered.

The former Youth Poet Laureate has often said that she plans to run for president in 2036

These group texts were going off during the inauguration. We got the screenshots.

From a set of AKA sisters to a group of Republican friends, these women shared their texts

Rep. Barbara Lee is wearing Shirley Chisholm’s pearls at the inauguration

Chisholm was the first Black woman elected to Congress

Biden made big promises to women on the campaign trail. Here’s what we can actually expect.

We asked experts what’s plausible

Moms couldn’t take their daughters to see Kamala Harris. They’re celebrating anyway.

They say they won’t let the Capitol mob ruin their moment

Trump left international abortion rights in shambles, activists say. Can Biden undo the damage?

Biden vowed to repeal the ‘global gag rule,’ but Trump’s ‘anti-woman rhetoric’ isn’t necessarily going away

What Kelly Loeffler’s loss in Georgia does — and doesn’t — say about White women and Trumpism

Despite her recent loss, her brand of politics isn’t going anywhere

Kamala Harris has elevated the Blindian community: ‘It’s a validation of the identity I’ve had to fight for’

With a Black father and an Indian mother, Harris is part of a group that has struggled for acceptance.

The Capitol riots prompted reflection on school shootings for these students and teachers

As lawmakers described the trauma, some said that type of fear is a deeply felt reality in schools

Democrats can now think ‘bigger and bolder’ on abortion. What can we actually expect?

The Supreme Court has a 6-3 conservative majority, but Democrats just won control of the Senate