Seif Kousmate's Photos of Slavery in Mauritania
When Seif Kousmate, a photographer based in Morocco, set out to capture the everyday lives of the country's Haratin people, Mauritanian authorities arrested, jailed and interrogated him.
Is Trump's Meeting With Kim Jong Un a Good Idea?
Foreign policy experts worry the president is unprepared for his historic meeting with the North Korean leader.
Mazie Hirono to Her Critics: "F*** Them!"
Hawaii Senator Mazie Hirono has continued to question the president's judicial nominees about whether they have ever been accused of sexual misconduct.
Rudy Giuliani Has Rules for Being a Good Feminist
Giuliani doubled down on recent comments that Daniels lacks credibility because she works in the adult entertainment industry.
Full List of Trump Pardons and Commutations
Trump has pardoned five people and commuted two people's sentences during his time in office so far.
New Mexico Could Send 'Abolish ICE' Candidate to D.C.
The movement to abolish ICE is gaining traction in New Mexico's first congressional district, where one of two candidates who support the cause is likely to win Tuesday's primaries.
Bill Clinton Backpedals on Monica Lewinsky Remarks
Bill Clinton said he got "hot under the collar" when he answered questions about Monica Lewinsky on the Today show.
2018 Primaries: Progressive Group Targets 'Bad Dems'
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee is going after centrist Democrats this cycle, starting with California House candidate Dave Min.
Do Republicans Control the Narrative on Immigration?
If Democrats let Republicans run with anti-immigrant messaging during the primaries, it could be hard for them to regain control of the narrative in a general election.
Bill Clinton Hits Back at Kirsten Gillibrand
"She's living in a different context," Clinton said of Gillibrand. "And she did it for different reasons."
Republicans' Immigration Views Feature in TV Ads
House GOP candidates have used illegal immigration as a rallying cry in more than 14,000 campaign ads so far this year.
George H.W. Bush Taken to Hospital
The former president was taken to a hospital in Maine and will reportedly be kept under observation.
Are Democrats Blowing Midterms in California?
Democrats are targeting seven Republican-held House seats in California, where the party's chances of regaining control of the House hang in the balance.
Rubio Pushes Back on Trump Border Policy
"The ideal scenario is that families be kept together and returned expeditiously back to their country of origin," Rubio said.
Giuliani Suggests Obama Knew About 'Spygate'
Giuliani, the latest addition to the Trump legal team, bolstered the president's FBI conspiracy theory in a recent interview.
Will Trump's Attacks on Abortion Hurt GOP Candidates?
President Donald Trump's domestic gag rule could further jeopardize vulnerable Republicans, whose pro-life views could alienate some segments of their base.
Ivanka Trump Fundraising for House GOP
Ivanka Trump will headline a June 18 fundraising event in California alongside House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Anti-Abortion Group Backs Trump No Matter What
There's little President Donald Trump could do to lose the backing of his pro-life supporters.
Hillary Clinton Endorses Andrew Cuomo
Hillary Clinton formally endorsed New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who's seeking a third term, on Wednesday.
Women Make Up 40 Percent of Democratic Nominees So Far
Women make up 40 percent of the Democratic Party's House nominees, with 72 of them clinching decisive victories so far this cycle.
Trump Had to Answer His Accuser's Legal Complaint
"Just like any other person being sued in a court of law in this country, the defendant was today required to answer the complaint filed by Ms. Zervos," accuser Summer Zervos's lawyer said.
Georgia One Step Closer to First Black Female Governor
Stacey Abrams won her primary in Georgia Tuesday night, bringing her that much closer to becoming the country's first black female governor.
Democrats Slipping on Generic Ballot, New Poll Says
For the first time, polling from Reuters shows Democrats slipping behind Republicans on a generic ballot.
Can Democrats Drain Trump's Swamp?
On Monday, Democrats rolled out "A Better Deal for Our Democracy," the party's messaging strategy to win big in November's midterm elections.
Women Eye Pink Wave in Deep-Red Trump Country
Women in Texas, Kentucky and Georgia are trying to land primary victories in states that overwhelmingly went to President Donald Trump in 2016.
ICE Arresting More Immigrants Without Criminal Records
Immigration officials are targeting otherwise law-abiding undocumented immigrants as part of the Trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration.
Trump One Step Closer to Being Deposed with Zervos Case
A New York appeals court ruled Thursday that Trump accuser Summer Zervos's case could move forward.
Anita Hill: 'We'll Never Be the Same After #MeToo'
Anita Hill made the #MeToo movement a centerpiece of her commencement address to Rutgers law students on Thursday.
Gillibrand Forcing Action on Harassment Bill
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will use a little-known Senate rule in an attempt to bring sexual harassment legislation to the floor.
Women Won Pennsylvania's Primaries
Pennsylvania comes in almost dead last in terms of its female representation in elected office. That could change.