Demonstrators Who Brought Guns and an Opposing Message: ‘Shoot Back’
Supporters of the Second Amendment gathered at state capitals and in city centers on Saturday, hoping to counter hundreds of thousands who rallied for stricter gun laws.
Trump moves to limit transgender individuals from military service
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump signed a memorandum on Friday that bans some transgender individuals from serving in the U.S. military, but gives the armed forces latitude in implementing policies.
Gun marchers produce respect from politicians, but not changed minds
Sen. Marco Rubio was ridiculed by students, but said that most gun-control measures would do little good.
Foreigners worked for Cambridge on NC Senate campaign, ex-staffer says
A former Cambridge Analytica staffer says foreigners were embedded in U.S. campaigns and making decisions, despite a legal memo that advised otherwise.
Stars affected by violence join gun-reform rallies
Paul McCartney, Common, Miley Cyrus, Amy Schumer and other stars played supporting roles at nationwide rallies
How Trumpism has come to define the Republican Party
The president has used legislation and unilateral actions to push ahead with a vision often at odds with GOP orthodoxy.
A ‘tea party of the left’? Liberal activists learn tough lessons in quest to purify Democratic Party
In new memoir, a top Clinton aide says campaign was ‘foolish’ not to address email issue more forcefully
How Cambridge Analytica broke into the U.S. political market through Mercer-allied conservative groups
Senior NSA official says tech is wondrous -- and risky in a world of cyberspace foes
The United States' top four nation-state cyber adversaries are Russia, China, Iran and North Korea, and nothing is off limits including the nuclear arsenal, a senior NSA official told Fox News in an exclusive interview.
President Trump issues order to ban transgender troops from service except in `limited circumstances'
Zell Miller, former Georgia governor and US senator, remembered as 'true statesman,' 'visionary' by colleagues
Open thread for night owls: The 7,383-Seat Strategy
At The Nation, Joan Walsh writes— The 7,383-Seat Strategy : Taking inspiration from Virginia, Democrats are finally running to win in the states. But will the party make room for a different kind of candidate? [...] as we head into the first national elections since Trump’s inauguration, Democrats are talking less about “the Trump effect” than they are about “ the Virginia effect ”—the unprecedented surge of women, minority, and millennial candidates running for seats in their state legislatu...
In case you missed them, or want to listen again, here are 15 speakers at the DC March for Our Lives
This week in the war on workers: California laws protect undocumented workers from abuse by the boss
Steve Israel's advice to students to work for gun-reform candidates should include state legislators
A bright new gateway opens to Seattle’s expanded Hing Hay Park
A Saturday celebration marked completion of a $3 million expansion that has doubled the size of Hing Hay Park in Seattle’s Chinatown International District.
Is the issue land use or Trump’s politics? Northwest Detention Center sues Tacoma over move to restrict expansion
Her political dreams shattered after complaint against Seattle official. Decades later, it still haunts.
Why Make a Celebrity of the Alleged Austin Bomber?
You know, it really isn’t this complicated. There is no compelling interest and no public value in naming the suspected extremist who assaulted Austin, Texas with bombs over the past few weeks before blowing himself to smithereens on Wednesday. No rational person gives a damn what his name is. So why make him famous? Almost... Read more »
Bids to Bring Fiber Internet to Schools are Denied Funding Seven Times More Often Than Other Projects
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