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American women of all races want many of the same things, but they don't necessarily agree on what their biggest issues are, a new poll reveals.What women want now ?
For many American women, these are times when they are feeling seen and being heard. Among those is Arnett, who believes that women are paid the same as men when they do the same work, but that much of the time they are not capable of the same work and therefore earn less.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., is an outspoken critic of President Trump. But she’s also critical of his predecessor.
Michael Cohen tells the president to come clean and apologize to Karen McDougal and Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels.
The White House announced Friday that communications director Bill Shine has resigned. The news comes days after a New Yorker report detailing Fox News’ close relationship with the Trump White House. Shine was a Fox News executive prior to being pushed out for his handling of a number of sexual harassment lawsuits at the network. He was named to the White House position in July 2018.
The president on Friday blasted a House resolution condemning hate. The bill passed with 234 Democrats and 173 Republicans voting yes, but 23 Republicans voted no.
Weld has special credentials to make that judgment: As a young lawyer, he served on the staff of the House Judiciary Committee that voted to impeach Nixon, spending five months researching a memo that laid out the legal grounds to remove a president.
American women of all races want many of the same things, but they don’t necessarily agree on what their biggest issues are, or the best way to solve them, according to the results of a new poll conducted by Langer Research Associates for Yahoo, HuffPost, Makers and other Verizon media brands, in partnership with Care. Two years into the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, most women agree that sexual harassment is a problem, but there’s a significant difference between the races over how big: 80 percent of women of color call it a “serious” problem, compared to 63 percent of white women. In the fight for equal rights, one in five white women think it has gone too far or far enough, but that drops to 7 percent among black women.
As lawmakers on Capitol Hill called loudly for more funding to study the effects of gun ownership on public health, a new study in a leading medical journal indicated that states with higher gun ownership rates see higher rates of deaths from mass shootings. The two developments, though unrelated, suggest a growing desire to treat—and potentially regulate—guns the way cigarettes have been: that is, as a dangerous, volatile element of American public life.
The former military official casted doubt that the privacy pledge would cut the government out of Facebook’s data streams.
The Republican Senate Majority Leader has devoted much of his time lately to attack the Democrats’ top piece of legislation in the House.
The House passed a broad resolution condemning hate after backlash from a number of factions across the Democratic Party forced changes to a bill that originally focused on anti-Semitism.
President Trump on Thursday appeared to shift his defense for the hush money payments his former lawyer made on the eve of the 2016 presidential election to women who alleged they had extramarital affairs with him.
Governors just don’t get the kind of respect they once did in presidential politics. And that’s something Democratic voters should probably reconsider.
Although the military has thrown a cloak of secrecy over its operations, the Echo Company of the Army’s 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment is increasingly being lauded in special operations and Army aviation circles.
The president of Liberty University and the freshman Democratic phenom go a few rounds on Twitter.
“I don’t accept donations. I don’t solicit donations,” Pruitt said at the time. “That’s done by attorneys and others.”
President Trump on Wednesday issued an executive order revoking an Obama-era requirement to publicly report the number of U.S. drone strikes outside of war zones and the number of civilians killed by them.
“I honestly think this president loves his family," Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., said. "And I think it has as much to do with trying not to have public discussions about something that is, for him, a private matter.”
Social media companies are already deleting propaganda from foreign actors. A new report says they also need to erase false content that originates in the United States.
A resolution condemning anti-Semitism is circulating among members of the House of Representatives in the wake of controversial comments by Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.