The fight for progress happens at every level of government. Investing in women candidates—from the ground up and down the ballot—is how we will win.
Domestic violence is the most common reason people in the U.S. call the police, comprising 15 to 50 percent of 911 calls—but journalist Cari Shane posits in a recent piece that “it should be more.”
With the help of Senate Republicans, Trump is transforming courts across the country by appointing biased judges who will threaten the hard-fought civil and human rights of all Americans. Their agenda is crystal clear: transform the courts as quickly as possible to achieve through them what lawmakers cannot accomplish legislatively to secure long-term influence on the direction of the country.
If the law before the Supreme Court is allowed to stand, Louisiana will become the seventh state in the U.S. left with only one abortion provider—as a best-case scenario—and anti-abortion politicians across the country will be emboldened to pass more restrictions, leading to more clinic closures and pushing abortion access entirely out of reach for many women.
The use of solitary confinement for incarcerated pregnant people is an indefensible and cruel practice. Unfortunately, it’s more common than you might think.
Though many called 2018 the “Year of the Women,” the U.S. is far from reaching parity.
Litigation working through the judicial system could restore, or permanently alter, the Title X program. There are three cases to watch. Here’s a quick breakdown of where they stand.
According to this year’s Greater LA Homeless Count, there are more than 4,000 transition-age youths experiencing homelessness on any given night in LA County. Storey Wertheimer decided to do something about it.
A new computer coding class at an Oklahoma prison gives women hope for their futures.
There is no better way to honor the memory of Rep. Elijah Cummings than to keep his dream alive.