Republicans’ Draconian Voting Restrictions Could Blow Up in Their Faces

split-screen-content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Republicans’ Draconian Voting Restrictions Could Blow Up in Their Faces In Georgia and elsewhere, Republican-controlled legislatures have pushed through laws intended to muzzle voters. But the unpredictability of voter behavior and the energy on the Democratic side mean their efforts could easily backfire. By Ken Stern April 20, 2021 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story

Mitch McConnell Is Horrified that Corporations Are Speaking Out Against Voter Suppression

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Mitch McConnell Is Horrified that Corporations Are Speaking Out Against Voter SuppressionThe Senator Minority Leader is warning business leaders of “serious consequences” as the Republicans’ love affair with corporate America hits a rough patch. By Eric Lutz April 5, 2021 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this article, visit My Profile, then

Can Democrats Keep It Together Long Enough to Stop Democracy from Crumbling?

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Can Democrats Keep It Together Long Enough to Stop Democracy from Crumbling? Divisions in the party could torpedo their best chance at passing a sweeping bill to protect voting rights. And the cracks have already begun to show.  By Eric Lutz March 31, 2021 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this article, visit

“I Don’t Tense Up in Atlanta When I See the Police”: An Interview With Author Charles Blow

split-screen-content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>“I Don’t Tense Up in Atlanta When I See the Police”: An Interview With Author Charles Blow Blow, who calls Black Lives Matter protests last summer “a social justice Coachella,” makes the argument that the only real progress will come from Black self-determination. By Emily Jane Fox and Joe Hagan January 22, 2021 Facebook

A New Year’s Eve Beauty Guide, Straight from the Pros

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>A New Year’s Eve Beauty Guide, Straight from the ProsFrom surf-disco glitter to an homage to Scarface’s Michelle Pfeiffer, here are the looks and product picks for ringing in 2021. By Laura Regensdorf December 28, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. From

Georgia Republicans Are Going All-In on Voter Suppression

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Georgia Republicans Are Going All-In on Voter Suppression With Georgia’s crucial runoff election less than a month away, Republicans seem to be targeting Black and brown voters as part of the plan to secure wins for Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.  By Tarisai Ngangura December 8, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist

Mike Pompeo’s Georgia Pit Stop Looks Like a 2024 Dry Run

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Mike Pompeo’s Georgia Pit Stop Looks Like a 2024 Dry RunIn yet another breach of norms, the Secretary of State of will reportedly join the ranks of the 2024 Republican hopefuls gracing the state ahead of January’s runoff election. By Tarisai Ngangura December 7, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this

“The Cult Leader Isn’t on the Ballot This Time”: Can Georgia Democrats Take Advantage of the GOP Civil War?

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>“The Cult Leader Isn’t on the Ballot This Time”: Can Georgia Democrats Take Advantage of the GOP Civil War?With state Republicans at one another’s throats over Trump’s election-fraud lies, some Democrats see an easier path for Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. Others are more wary. “We’re going to see historic turnout, and Republicans

Georgia Democrats Are Gearing Up for a Senatorial Blood Bath

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Georgia Democrats Are Gearing Up for a Senatorial Blood BathLeftwing organizations are reviving door knocking, while Republicans, including Lindsey Graham, funnel millions into the state.  By Tarisai Ngangura November 25, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. A supporter waves a sign during

Trump Wants to Steal the Election by Disenfranchising Thousands of Black Voters

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Trump Wants to Steal the Election by Disenfranchising Thousands of Black VotersThe Republican strategy has been on display in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania—all states that Trump won in 2016 but which Biden carried in 2020.  By Tarisai Ngangura November 18, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this article, visit My Profile,

Stacey Abrams Is Reportedly Weighing Another Run for Georgia Governor

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Stacey Abrams Is Reportedly Weighing Another Run for Georgia GovernorAbrams’s allies weren’t coy when asked whether she would make a second go against Brian Kemp: “That is a secret to no one.” But a spokesperson says she’s focused on Georgia’s runoff elections, which will determine control of the Senate. By Tarisai Ngangura November

2020’s Urbanworld Film Festival Felt More Urgent than Ever

content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>2020’s Urbanworld Film Festival Felt More Urgent than Ever  Check out this year’s winner’s list, which includes a film based on the life and death of Kenneth Chamberlain, a retired Marine who was killed by the police.  By Yohana Desta September 27, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story Save this story for later.

Meghan Markle Says “People Are Craving a Change” and “It’s Good to Be Home” at the 19th Represents Summit

content-header__row content-header__hed”>Meghan Markle Says “People Are Craving a Change” and "It's Good to Be Home" at the 19th Represents SummitThe Duchess of Sussex asked the questions during her chat with the new women-led news outlet. By Jordan Hoffman August 14, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story To revist this article, visit My Profile, then View

John Lewis: Good Trouble Is the Documentary America Needs Right Now

content-header__row content-header__hed”>John Lewis: Good Trouble Is the Documentary America Needs Right Now“He has trained himself his whole life to walk into the fire,” says filmmaker Dawn Porter. By Yohana Desta July 3, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story Save this story for later. ©Magnolia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection. Facebook Twitter Email Save Story Save this story

Stacey Abrams on the Fight for Voting Rights—And Waiting for Biden’s Call

content-header__row content-header__hed”>“Voter Suppression Was Baked Into the Notion of America”: Stacey Abrams on the Fight for Voting Rights—And Waiting for Biden’s CallVoter suppression cost her the race for Georgia governor. Now it’s her personal mission—though if a certain job were offered, she’d take it. By Chris Smith July 3, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Save Story

Is Amy Klobuchar Pulling Ahead In the Biden Veepstakes?

content-header__row content-header__hed”>Is Amy Klobuchar Pulling Ahead In the Biden Veepstakes?Early chatter focused on Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, and Stacey Abrams. But new reports suggest the Minnesota senator may be breaking away from the pack. By Eric Lutz May 22, 2020 Facebook Twitter Email Joe Biden campaigns with Amy Klobuchar in Dallas in March.Ron Jenkins/Getty Images