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When I look around me today, I see not just hatred, but also hope.
Legal experts have called the decision "very disturbing" and "far-fetched."
"I don’t think I’ve ever been more disappointed that an April Fool’s joke wasn’t true."
The WGA had a strike in 2007-2008 that lasted 100 days and succeeded in creating havoc.
"We ? LGBTQ people and allies ? don’t do silence," she said.
The Schear family of Southern California says they were threatened with jail time and having their kids taken away.
A former congressional candidate wants to help Democrats in seven Republican districts carried by Hillary Clinton.
Legal experts say the jurors' "witch hunt" finding demonstrates the need for an independent probe in Orange County.
The number of hit-and-runs actually dropped, a new study found.
If you want to know how difficult it is to get a water contaminant regulated in the U.S., take a look at the Golden State.
The designer's luxury (RED) suite in West Hollywood benefits HIV/AIDS efforts.
...And, no, this doesn't mean she's planning to run for president.
The Writers Guild of America last shut down production of many shows nearly a decade ago.
We are now at a flashpoint that will grow and build a new cadre of leaders.
'American Playboy' fills in some of the spaces that carefully crafted image skipped over.
More than 116 years after Eugene Debs founded the Socialist Party of America, the future of socialism in the US may be reemerging.
Logo's crown jewel is on the move and that's major for the LGBTQ community.
Almost 200,000 lose their driver’s licenses each year for non-driving violations.
Dozens of Democrats and Republicans in Congress are fighting cuts to a program that rural communities rely on for clean water.
Climate deniers everywhere are ensuring that communities across the globe continue to be displaced.