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The GOP Is Conducting Cyber Warfare Against Political Opponents

Automated Twitter storms, faked emails and fabricated endorsements are all part of the GOP's bag of dirty tricks.

Why We Need Black Feminism More Than Ever Under Trump

This political time calls for intersectionality. In April 1977, members of the black feminist Combahee River Collective—named after Harriet Tubman’s 1863 raid in South Carolina to lead more than 700 enslaved people to freedom—published a document called the Combahee River Collective Statement.

What Can Noam Chomsky's Co-Author Teach Us in the Age of Trump?

Ed Herman's media criticism remains as vital today as ever. The story goes that Einstein's theory of relativity began with a simple question: What if a person could sit on a beam of light?

Millions of Americans Are Among the Poorest People in the World

People in power won't do anything about it. In 2015 it was reported that up to 50 million American adults had negative wealth and thus numbered among the poorest 10 percent of the world's adults.

The U.S. Falls Embarrassingly Far Behind Other Wealthy Countries in Infant Mortality Rates

Eighty percent of our newborn deaths are entirely preventable. A report by the United Nations' children's rights agency found that the United States' infant mortality rate is below average for high-income countries, and is only slightly lower than that of less economically-stable countries including Ukraine and Sri Lanka.

Trump Accuser Rachel Crooks Calls the President's Bluff in Spectacular Fashion

Not only does she refuse to be silenced, she's also running for office. Rachel Crooks is running for a state house seat in Ohio after coming forward about with accusations that President Donald Trump once accosted her while waiting for an elevator in Trump Tower.

Donald Trump Flips His Wig Over Sexual Misconduct Allegation

The president lashed out on social media Tuesday morning. President Donald Trump on Tuesday lashed out at a woman who accused him of forcibly kissing her when they met at Trump Tower last decade.

Mitt Romney Exposes Himself as the Coward He's Been All Along

The Utah Senate hopeful will never stand up to Donald Trump. Mitt Romney’s big Senate announcement last Friday was overshadowed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s latest wave of indictments, but Romney gets another shot at some attention now, with Donald Trump’s endorsement and a potent reminder of what a Romney Etch-a-Sketch candidacy looks like.

The Flora in Obama's Official Portrait Tells His Life Story

Kehinde Wiley's painting includes plants from Hawaii, Kenya, and Chicago.

Florida Shooting Survivors Crush Prominent Trump Supporter Smearing Their Names

Jack Kingston will think twice about going after these kids again. A student who survived last week’s horrific shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School hammered Trump supporter Jack Kingston for saying that young people promoting stronger gun laws were being manipulated by liberal billionaire George Soros.

Did the NRA Help Train the Florida High School Shooter?

A new report reveals it funded a rifle program that counted Nikolas Cruz among its students. NRA Foundation -- the National Rifle Association subsidiary responsible for the group’s school safety initiative -- helped fund the marksmanship training of the gunman who killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, this week.

Robert Reich: Americans Have Three Choices When It Comes to Trump

Democracy is incredibly fragile, and it requires all of us to protect it. First, you can complain. Yell.

The GOP Is Conducting Cyber Warfare Against Political Opponents

Automated Twitter storms attacking Democrats. Tens of thousands of faked emails calling for deregulation.

Dems in Congress Demand Hearings for Trump's Sexual Harassment Accusers

This Presidents' Day, let's fight for the survivors. Donald Trump was elected president despite his history of sexual harassment.  While in office, he's continue to hire men accused of the same, and continue to defend most of them, like former Staff Secretary Rob Porter, who was accused by multiple ex partners of domestic abuse.

Baltimore Police Corruption Myths: Dirty Cops Don't Just Target Criminals

Yes, robbery is still illegal, even when cops are pocketing the spoils. What the public gets wrong. Baltimore City Police officers of the Gun Trace Task Force (GTTF) Evodio Hendrix, Maurice Ward, Daniel Hersl, Marcus Taylor, Wayne Jenkins, Thomas Allers, Jemell Rayam and Momodu Gondo are guilty of a plethora of crimes falling under their racketeering convictions, ranging from robbery and selling drugs to fraud.

Five Months After Maria, San Juan Mayor Decries 'Disaster Capitalism' & Privatization in Puerto Rico

25% of the island is without power, and the Trump administration does nothing. As this week marks five months since Hurricane Maria battered the island of Puerto Rico, more than a quarter of the island remains without power, marking the longest blackout in U.S.

Trump's First Year in Office Was So Bad That Scholars Already Rank Him as the Worst President Ever

He's also the most polarizing president in American history. President Donald Trump’s first year in office — which was marked by a nonstop stream of scandals, as well as record-low approval ratings — was so bad that a survey of scholars has already ranked Trump as the worst president ever.

Trump's Fast-Food Engorged World Is Petty, Small, Miserable, Anxious and Angry

Our president's only religion is self-worship. Many academic disciplines can be consulted to explain the on-going tragedy of the Trump administration.

Charles Blow: The Russians Exploited America's Racist Past to Swing the Election for Trump

They used legitimate grievances to force young black men and women to lay down their best weapon: the vote.

Students Who Survived the Florida Shooting Are Stepping onto the National Stage to Demand Gun Control

Five teenagers who survived the school shooting invite you to “March for Our Lives," on March 24. Seventeen people were shot to death at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Valentine's Day.