The out singer-songwriter can work wet hair and a wind machine.
“SNL” imagines a more comfortable gig for the vice president.
Notaries are refusing to recognize the union until local laws are changed.
Davis, a sexual assault survivor, says she speaks for the women who can't, and Portman says the anti-sexual violence movement "is the opposite of puritanical."
The Hill reports: The White House on Saturday released photos of President Trump working on the first day of the government shutdown and the one-year anniversary of his inauguration. One photo shows the president walking through a hallway...Show More Summary
Bob Smith’s partner Michael Zam writes on Facebook: It’s with great sadness, but also a lifetime of happy memories that I’m writing to share that my beloved Bob Smith passed away this morning at age 59 after a remarkable 12-year battle with ALS. Show More Summary
"Change starts right here with yourself," Etheridge said before launching into "Uprising of Love."
Crowd estimates are still pouring in from around the country, but it’s clear that millions attended the Women’s March today, perhaps even more than turned out for last year’s historic marches. The Associated Press reports: Demonstrators...Show More Summary
"There’s a lot more rage and a lot more anger in this march."
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Members of the racist Traditionalist Worker Party say they're going to join anti-abortion activists in Knoxville on Sunday.
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Thousands of women marched around the world today to denounce sexism and other injustices, and more will rally Sunday.
The New York Times reports: Representative Patrick Meehan, a Pennsylvania Republican who has taken a leading role in fighting sexual harassment in Congress, used thousands of dollars in taxpayer money to settle his own misconduct complaint...Show More Summary
Max Konnor and Austin Wolf debate whether identifying a man by his BBC is a problem.
Maher contends the anti-sexual assault movement is failing to distinguish degrees of misconduct.
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Mother Jones reports: One year after millions of people took to the streets to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump, activists this weekend are gathering to continue the momentum sparked by the historic Women’s March with new rallies in New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, and beyond. Show More Summary