The Women's March group is organizing protests across the United States in support of abortion rights: a response to the recent restrictive law passed in Texas.
Decades of strategizing by anti-abortion forces and a relentless conservative focus on winning the courts culminated this month in the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 decision to allow the nation's most restrictive rollback of reproductive rights to go into effect. The decision effectively prohibits most abortions in Texas and provides a road map for red state legislatures nationwide to evade judicial review and undo Roe v. Wade in their states as well.
Tons of famous women used their voice and platform to fight for reproductive rights as part of the 2021 Women’s March!
CNN host Brian Stelter asked a provocative but slightly off-base question about a storied American media institution.
The vote, which is likely to take place Wednesday, might be the last dance for federal voting rights legislation.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., plans to hold a test vote on election and voting rights legislation in the Senate next week, but expects Republicans to block the bill. NBC's Sahil Kapur reports from Capitol Hill.
Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., says the Senate will vote next week on voting rights as Democrats try to advance much of President Biden's agenda.
Leading Off ● Pennsylvania: State House Republicans have passed a constitutional amendment out of committee and onto the full floor that would adopt several new voting restrictions. The amendment includes a voter ID requirement to be defined by later legislation. It would further ban counties from accepting private grants to remedy election administration underfunding, a restriction that Republicans have enacted in a number of states this year after nonprofits linked to Facebook CEO Mark...
The United Nations Human Rights Council on Friday voted for the first time to formally recognize the right to a clean and sustainable environment, a move that climate campaigners applauded as the hard-won result of activism from grassroots groups and small-island countries.
Keegan-Michael Key's cameo in Get Out was so darn clever.
In August, approximately 4.3 million people (nearly 3 percent) in the United States quit their jobs, setting a new record for the number of people quitting within one month. (The previous record was set in April of this year.) Turns out after living through 18 months of a global pandemic where over 700,000 people have