Yulia Navalnaya’s story fits squarely within a larger pattern of other female political leaders and activists who become publicly prominent after their husbands die or are imprisoned for their opposition to an authoritarian regime.
There can be little doubt that Trump would have despised someone like Master Sergeant Edmonds, who stood unflinching with a Nazi pistol aimed at his head and refused to hand over the Jews under his command.
The idea that Swifties might be a key demographic in future elections is not far-fetched given their location and age. A majority of Swift’s fans live in the suburbs, the swing territory of American politics.
Many complained when John Fetterman showed up for work in the Senate dressed in shorts and a hoodie. Yet he is the only Senator so far to call for the resignation of the indicted Bob Menendez.
The California Democrat accused Johnson & Johnson—makers of the $160,000-per-year leukemia drug Imbruvica—of floating a "flimsy legal theory" in a desperate attempt to protect their profiteering.
Sixty years ago tomorrow, Martin Luther King's most famous speech, "I Have a Dream," was not written in advance. He gave it off the cuff, in response to inspiration from Mahalia Jackson.
Tired of “playing nice,” Heather Ryan founded Bitches Get Stuff Done after Roe was overturned. She interrupted Ron DeSantis as he campaigned in Iowa over the weekend, and she wants to train more women to do the same.
With a few tears of a photo, Sinéad O’Connor beautifully embodied the holy ferocity of Jesus as he upended the agendas of those predators perverting religion for profit.
The strange history of a fake “church” selling bleach as a cure-all and the activists who fought back to stop them.
Yusef Salaam has gone from being falsely accused and convicted of rape and murder—with Trump calling for his execution—to exonerated and winning his primary for New York City Council.
After leaking the Pentagon Papers in 1971, Daniel Ellsberg expected to spend the rest of his life in prison, a fate he avoided because of the incompetence and abuse of power by Nixon staffers.
Abraham Lincoln's immortal Gettysburg Address is a fitting tribute for the remembrance today of those who have fallen in defense of this nation, from enemies without and within.