There is no question that DACA makes our country stronger—yet Donald Trump continues to push a cruel anti-immigrant agenda to strip young people of their rights and the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
Attacks on basic reproductive access in this country show a widespread disregard for women—and they have reckless consequences for society.
The United States District Court in New York City issued a thorough and forceful decision Wednesday striking down the Trump administration’s recently-adopted “conscience exemption” policy granting broad rights for anyone working in the health care industry to refuse reproductive health care to women, even in emergency situations when a woman’s life is in danger.
The destruction caused by climate change amplifies our society’s inequalities.
The Senate Judiciary Committee today will hold a markup, and among the nominees expected to receive votes are controversial nominees Steven Menashi (Second Circuit, New York), Halil Ozerden (Fifth Circuit, Mississippi) and Sarah Pitlyk (Eastern District of Missouri).
“No one is going to hear you in this place,” sneered one of the men, who introduced himself as ‘the torturer.’ “No one can protect you here, not the Human Rights Council or any other organization. You know we have a green light from Trump, right?”
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.
Facebook had announced that it would ban “praise, support and representation of white nationalism and white separatism”—but the platform is still profiting off of hate.
As we begin to navigate our escape as a country, it is helpful to understand Trump and his tactics for what they are: tactics of a perpetrator.
As news of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has been breaking, we asked our readers—what do you want to know about impeachment?