Your district (or state) may be totally red or completely blue, but that doesn't mean you should sit this election cycle out. Here, easy ways you can make a difference this November 6.
The White House is trying to write trans people out of existence, literally.
If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it's probably trying to suppress your right to vote.
A guide to what's on the ballot to protect the planet and its residents, big and small.
It all comes down to a law enacted in 1931.
Jamal Khashoggi's editor Karen Attiah on the days since her columnist was apparently brutally murdered.
There's a lot at stake here.
What you do in November could change the future of our country.
Recovery could take years, but you can help right now.
The list became a key example of women's "whisper networks."
With Kavanaugh on the court, we have to act now to save abortion access.
Fox's headline read: "Jamie Lee Curtis wields firearms in new 'Halloween' movie despite advocating for gun control."
Repairing the nation after 2016 was never going to be a quick fix.
There's never a good time to run, according to former senator Barbara Boxer and her daughter, Nicole.
If you didn’t talk about Kavanaugh’s confirmation publicly, the survivors in your life probably noticed.
Look what you made her do.
Women across America are gearing up for a fight this November.
VOW is partnering with The Knot and Crate & Barrel on the initiative.
This is required viewing.
And Huma wore a cozy midterms-themed sweater.
The 'One Tree Hill' star has become a major player in the movement.
Now that the Islamic State has lost its militant grip on Iraq, what will become of the women being punished for their husbands' crimes?
Even if you're not in D.C., you can help.
It would undo all of activists' hard work.
The president disgraces his office once more.
One candidate shared a sweet throwback photo of herself with the ex-President.
It took me two years of therapy to even begin to think about it.
To quote Senator Feinstein, "What?!"
"You're telling me that my assault doesn't matter."
It's a throwback to Milano's 'Charmed' days.
Legalization could be coming to even more states.
It reflected both her background in psychology and her trauma.
“I’ve had to relive this trauma in front of the world.”
"Outside the hearing there are groups of women huddled over phones, streaming Dr. Ford’s testimony, crying."
In case you've been (understandably) avoiding the news cycle.
Other prominent Democrats agree.
The woman at the heart of Georgia's explosive gubernatorial race has strong words on the subject.
Literally. Right in his face.
I mean, voting is literally pushing a button to save the world.
Until Dr. Ford came forward, I had never talked about the first time I was sexually assaulted.
It's a symbolic gesture for survivors everywhere.
"We have a tremendous opportunity."
"You are not alone."
With a handful of historic elections set to happen across the country, your vote matters now more than ever.
“If this moment in time feels strangely familiar, it’s because it is.”
A handy-dandy guide to figuring out who you want on your side.
Happening September 18, it's being called "the first multi-state strike specifically targeting sexual harassment."
These advocates, who work to ensure a woman's best interest is always kept at the forefront, have already seen the harm restricted abortion access can cause.
The statement is as troubling as it is factually incorrect.
Players can win actual money while also, you know, engaging with their civic responsibility.
As a new school year begins, many teachers wonder: Is my classroom next?
"He pulled his hand back, turned his back to me and walked away," wrote Guttenberg on Twitter.
“The America of John McCain has no need to be made great again because America was always great.”
“My name is Joe Biden. I’m a Democrat. And I loved John McCain."
And the women who perform it deserve to be heard and believed.
After Hurricane Maria, the mayor went head-to-head with Trump. She's not backing down now.
"All that I am is thanks to him," wrote daughter Meghan.
The star of Crazy Rich Asians talks about being the daughter of Taiwanese immigrants and growing up in "the capital of the Confederacy."
They tell their stories of creating success out of sheer will.