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Scenes of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ supporters protesting and walking out of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia over the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the party’s nominee reminded me of a far different moment in political history. Specifically the 1968 DNC in Chicago.
A long primary battle between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders finally came to an end Tuesday when the Vermont senator formally endorsed Clinton at a campaign rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Historians remember John F. Kennedy’s presidency for several reasons. The Bay of Pigs invasion and the Cuban missile crisis almost led the world into nuclear war during his administration.
The wheels of Donald Trump’s campaign do not go round and round. Apparently, they don’t even work, or represent what an actual campaign looks like.
I’ve been struggling to find the words to describe how I feel after Sunday’s tragedy in Orlando,
Indiana congressman, Rep. Todd Rokita R-(4th District) has introduced legislation that would make it significantly more difficult for children to get access to school lunches in the future.
Many Americans may be searching for more options on their ballots in November. With Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, both parties are presenting candidates with unprecedentedly high negative approval ratings.
Something rare happened in Washington, D.C. this week: bipartisanship
The U.S. Departments of Justice and Education released a joint statement last Friday to protect transgender students in public schools.
Unfortunately for the supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, it’s looking like Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for president.
On Monday, the Food and Drug Administration announced a bold, new strategy to counter smoking rates among LGBT youth in the United States.
Four years ago, the global population exceeded seven billion for the first time.
Democratic voters have one man to thank for making their voice heard in the selection of the party’s nominee: George McGovern.
On Sunday, the reproductive and sexual health organization Advocates for Youth took part in their National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day to increase awareness and advocacy of HIV and AIDS for young adults.
As the race for the Democratic primary continues, civility appears to be running out for both candidates left in the contest.
The young men and women of our country have many things to deal with in their lives.
Increasing amounts of students are leaving school because of mental health concerns. This means universities, as a whole, are not committing enough resources to deal with this important issue.
The Supreme Court recently voted unanimously that states have to honor adoptions by gay parents that move across state lines, according to the Los Angeles Times.
At the Oscars last weekend, openly gay musical artist Sam Smith congratulated himself on being a trailblazer for the LGBT community in the Academy Awards, and for taking home the first Oscar given to an openly gay person.
The GOP is dead.