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Politics Mar 11Stacey Abrams on how Democrats could win 2020
More than a dozen Democrats are vying to take on President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election. Will Stacey Abrams be one of them?…
Nation Jan 21Women of color at the forefront as Women’s March rally encourages voter registration
Thousands attended the Women’s March “Power to the Polls” event in Las Vegas, which kicked off a nationwide voter registration campaign.
Nation Jan 20Women’s March returns to the streets, one year after drawing millions
As they marched, protesters in New York City reflected on the year of activism that followed the 2017 Women's March.
World Sep 03Experts defuse WWII bomb in Frankfurt after 60,000 ordered to evacuate
Construction workers found the British bomb, which weighed around 1.8 tons, on Tuesday in the German financial capital.
Nation Aug 19Duke University takes down Robert E. Lee statue after defacement
The removal of the statue took place early Saturday morning, after the university discovered that the statue had been vandalized Wednesday night.
Arts Aug 02This all-girl Asian-American comedy group delivers biting satire with K-Pop cuteness
Through song and satire, AzN PoP! skewers the Asian-American experience and takes sharp digs at stereotypes and whitewashing -- though disarmingly.
World Dec 11Protests continue in South Korea as prosecutors indict two ex-officials
After weeks of protests, South Korea’s parliament voted on Friday to impeach President Park Geun-hye, the nation’s first woman president.
Nation Dec 04Stopping police violence starts long before the courtroom
Legal experts say that reforming police policy and training are much more effective than prosecutions in reducing instances of police uses of force.
Arts Dec 03‘Sad Asian Girls’ collective takes on stereotypes of Asian women
“Sad Asian Girls” is a team of two Rhode Island School of Design students who wanted to carve out an inclusive space online for Asian femmes.
Politics Nov 12Anti-Trump march in NYC draws thousands as other cities protest
Protests against president-elect Donald Trump have continued to draw thousands of people in New York City, Los Angeles, Oakland, Chicago, Portland and elsewhere.