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Debbie Wasserman Schultz Resigns as Chair of DNC, Will Not Gavel in Convention

Donna Brazile, vice chair of the DNC, will step in as interim replacement for Wasserman Schultz as committee chair. The post Debbie Wasserman Schultz Resigns as Chair of DNC, Will Not Gavel in Convention appeared first on Rewire.

Hillary Clinton finally has Al Gore's vote

Democratic National Convention live updates: Bernie Sanders implores supporters to back Hillary Clinton, gets booed July 25, 2016, 11:25 a.m. The 2016 Democratic National Convention starts today in Philadelphia. Here's what to look for:• Despite the resignation of Democratic chairwoman Debbie Wasserman...

Outgoing DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz won't gavel in convention later today after all

Democratic National Convention live updates: Bernie Sanders implores supporters to back Hillary Clinton, gets booed July 25, 2016, 11:25 a.m. The 2016 Democratic National Convention starts today in Philadelphia. Here's what to look for:• Despite the resignation of Democratic chairwoman Debbie Wasserman...

Prince Harry Broadcast His HIV Test Live on Facebook, Was Totally Adorable (and Educational)

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While his brother keeps busy producing and stewarding a series of flawless offspring, Prince Harry has turned his efforts to the cause of HIV prevention and care. On July 14, Harry visited a London sexual-health clinic to take an HIV test and broadcast the whole thing on Facebook Live.

Clone of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Gives Kids the Power to Change the World

Thanks to a little orange box, kids truly believe they can make the world a better place.

Three Crisis Pregnancy Centers Served for Breaking California Law

The notices of violation issued this month mark the first time authorities anywhere in the state are enforcing the seven-month-old Reproductive Freedom, Accountability, Comprehensive Care, and Transparency (FACT) Act. The post Three Crisis Pregnancy Centers Served for Breaking California Law appeared first on Rewire.

Feministing Reads: What We’re Reading

Every month, Alexandra faithfully rounds up what the Feministing crew — as well as our extended fam, our readers — are reading. It’s always my go-to source for books recs, so it’s been a particular delight compiling this July’s edition while Alexandra’s off for the summer. Check ’em out below. Sam: I’ve just finished Simone Schwarz-Bart’s 1972 novel The […]

Tim Kaine Flip-Flops Again: He Won’t Stop Hillary Clinton From Pushing for Free Abortions

Hillary Clinton’s vice presidential running mate keeps going back and forth on his position on taxpayer-funded abortions. Just one day after reports surfaced that Tim Kaine now supports repealing the Hyde Amendment and forcing taxpayers to pay for abortions, he backtracked again. Show More Summary

Democrats are Outraged That Chick-Fil-A is Served at the Democrat National Convention

Democrats in Philadelphia at the Democratic National Convention at apparently outraged that the Christian-owned and operated Chick-Fil-A has food available for purchase both inside and outside the convention arena. “Conference attendees...Show More Summary

An Observation

Anyone who is watching this Democratic convention is seeing just a ceaseless parade of intelligent, respected, ethical, and trusted people, some of whom are elected politicians and some of whom are private citizens, telling stories about the Hillary Clinton they know.They are saying, each of them, how profoundly decent a human being she is. Show More Summary

Athlete who left wife for gay lifestyle ‘epitomizes’ our hopes for students: Catholic university

Former Loyola Marymount and major league player Billy Bean was once married to a woman before coming out.

How The GOP Platform Has Run Off The Rails On Climate Change In 8 Years

The 2008 GOP platform said Republicans "aggressively support technological advances to reduce our petroleum dependence." The post How The GOP Platform Has Run Off The Rails On Climate Change In 8 Years appeared first on ThinkProgres...

‘My Soul Shall Never Be the Same,’ Says Distraught Laboratory Insider

After an insider reported animals suffering at a laboratory, PETA files complaints with the Feds. The post ‘My Soul Shall Never Be the Same,’ Says Distraught Laboratory Insider appeared first on PETA.

Urge Congress to Take Action for Dogs and Monkeys in Laboratories!

Tens of thousands of dogs and monkeys are tormented and killed in cruel experiments in U.S. laboratories every year. Urge Congress to earmark research funds for more humane and... The post Urge Congress to Take Action for Dogs and Monkeys in Laboratories! appeared first on PETA.

A Day in the Life of a Newly Hatched Chick in a Hatchery

What these chicks experienced in the first (and last) hours of their lives is beyond heartbreaking. The post A Day in the Life of a Newly Hatched Chick in a Hatchery appeared first on PETA.

Carli Lloyd silences her critics

2016 Rio Summer Olympics: Clary misses chance to defend gold, Weitzeil wins 100 freestyle July 21, 2016, 1:34 p.m. Full coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. 4:32 P.M. reporting from EveSham Township, N.J. Carli Lloyd silences her critics Kevin Baxter Carli Lloyd silences her critics (Tony...

Olympic gymnast Sam Mikulak used recovery time to get stronger and promote business

2016 Rio Summer Olympics: Clary misses chance to defend gold, Weitzeil wins 100 freestyle July 21, 2016, 1:34 p.m. Full coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. 5:25 P.M. Olympic gymnast Sam Mikulak used recovery time to get stronger and promote business Lisa Dillman Olympic gymnast Sam Mikulak...

'The Fits' review: A young female boxer arrives at a turning point

"The Fits" pulls you in and won't let go. Made by a first-time feature director working with a microscopic budget and a tiny, 11-year-old protagonist, it's a 72-minute wonder, a self-assured, gently mysterious little film that is hypnotic in unexpected ways. Directed by Anna Rose Holmer (who also...

Cookbook of the week: 'The Wurst of Lucky Peach,' plus your Lucky Peach book club update

If you, like many food-minded people, spend an inordinate amount of time reading the quarterly food journal Lucky Peach, the devoutly on-trend publication launched in 2011 by Momofuku’s David Chang, Peter Meehan and Chris Ying, then you probably know about the cookbooks that the editors of that...

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