Kamala's Recent Stories
Nation Feb 17At Fort Lauderdale rally against gun violence, impassioned calls for change and anger at politicians
A loud, angry and clear call for change came from Fort Lauderdale on Saturday as survivors of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, along with local leaders and community members, spoke to a rally of several hundred people.
Nation Feb 11New York attorney general sues Harvey Weinstein and his company
New York’s Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sued ousted movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and The Weinstein Company on Sunday for more than 10 years of sexually harassing women in the entertainment industry and demanding sex in exchange for employment.
Nation Jan 21The racial history of the Electoral College — and why efforts to change it have stalled
As conversations emerge about the history of slavery and the Electoral College, Republicans are losing interest in revisiting the system.
Nation Dec 31Ten American tourists, two pilots die in Costa Rica plane crash
Two local pilots and 10 American tourists were killed in Costa Rica on Sunday when a charter plane crashed into a mountain, according to the government officials.
Nation Dec 30Racial justice activist Erica Garner dies at 27
Racial justice activist Erica Garner died Saturday at the age of 27, less than four years after her father was put in a fatal choke hold by police.
Nation Dec 17Who controls the water supply? The answer involves a long history of political strife
In the U.S., bureaucracies and lopsided water politics have brought shortages of safe and consistent water supplies for people on the fringes of society.
World Dec 09Israeli strikes kill 2 in Gaza, raising death toll since Trump’s Jerusalem announcement to 4
Israeli airstrikes killed two Hamas members early Saturday, raising the death toll in Gaza to four, following President Donald Trump’s decision on Wednesday to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Nation Dec 02Hawaii sounds first nuclear warning siren since Cold War
The chilling sound of a nuclear warning siren echoed in Hawaii on Friday, renewing a monthly exercise that has not been in place since the end of the Cold War.
World Nov 25Thousands of demonstrators across the world protest violence against women
People marched in support of the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, starting two weeks of campaigns.
World Nov 19Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe could face impeachment after refusing to resign
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, who has led the country since its independence from Britain in 1980, refused to resign on Sunday despite a military coup and his party’s threat to impeach him in Parliament.