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The Transgender Murder Monitoring Project reveals the greatest number of killings took place in countries with some of the most progressive...
the importance of a Warren candidacy (or, quite possibly, the mere threat of one) is not her prospects for wresting the nomination from Hillary Clinton. It’s that she can unlock the most potent, untapped issue in American politics: financial reform.
That wave of hype concerns former Secretary of State and Sen. Hillary Clinton, a woman who is presumed to be running for president, and a potential primary challenge from the left in the form of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), a woman who has urged Hillary Clinton to run for president... is bs
Jeh Johnson, the Obama administration’s pick to head the Department of Homeland Security, is a relatively obscure figure. Anti-war activist group CodePink wants to bring attention to the fact that he created the legal justification for the Obama administration’s drone policy.
One in three women has an abortion by the age of 45. How many ever talk about it? New laws, old stigmas. 26 stories.
It's not anti-feminist to disagree.
Guess who's visiting the Coven? The legendary Stevie Nicks!— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) November 12, 2013
On Thursday afternoon, the Senate passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), a landmark bill that would end decades of employment discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans.
The United States Senate, which has had us all switching to the Paint Drying Network in search of relative excitement, did its job today and passed, 64-32, an important, far-too-delayed bill to ban discrimination in the workplace based on sexual orientation or identity.