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Religious Right Sticks by Trump as Political Heat Rises

Religious Right Sticks by Trump as Political Heat Rises

By Elana Schor | Oct 12
As the threat of impeachment looms, President Donald Trump is digging in and taking solace in the base that helped him get elected: conservative evangelical Christians who laud his commitment to enacting their agenda.

Watch: For National Coming Out Day, Buttigieg's Team Shares Stories in Moving Vid

Watch: For National Coming Out Day, Buttigieg's Team Shares Stories in Moving Vid

Oct 11
To honor National Coming Out Day, Mayor Pete Buttigieg's LGBTQ staffers on his 2020 presidential campaign participated in a video where they shared their coming out stories.

Watch: News Anchor's Pronouns Joke Falls Flat at HRC-CNN Equality Town Hall

Watch: News Anchor's Pronouns Joke Falls Flat at HRC-CNN Equality Town Hall

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 11
The groundbreaking Equality Town Hall that was co-produced by the Human Rights Campaign and CNN, and that aired on CNN last night, saw a number of high points - but also one that elicited groans and social media fury.

Watch: Elizabeth Warren Zings 'One Man One Woman' Trope

Watch: Elizabeth Warren Zings 'One Man One Woman' Trope

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 11
During last night's Equality Town hall, Sen. Elizabeth Warren responded to the anti-marriage equality trope of "one man, one woman" with an instantly classic, spot-on zinger. Watch it here.

2020 Democratic Candidates Pledge Support to LGBTQ Community

2020 Democratic Candidates Pledge Support to LGBTQ Community

Oct 11
Addressing an LGBTQ community fearful that their gains in equality are slipping, Democratic presidential candidates promised an aggressive agenda to end workplace discrimination, improve health care and more.

Trump Attacks Biden, Slams Impeachment Probe at Minn. Rally

Trump Attacks Biden, Slams Impeachment Probe at Minn. Rally

By Zeke Miller, Steve Karnowski and Jonathan Lemire | Oct 11
President Donald Trump was defiant in the face of an impeachment probe as he sought to convert the threat to his presidency into a weapon on the campaign trail, with biting and unsupported attacks on potential Democratic challenger Joe Biden.

Buttigieg, Warren to Present Plans for Restoring Civility, LGBTQ Progress on Town Hall Broadcast Tonight

Buttigieg, Warren to Present Plans for Restoring Civility, LGBTQ Progress on Town Hall Broadcast Tonight

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 10
Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren will present their plans for restoring civility and progress, and promoting equality for LGBTQ Americans, on tonight's HRC-CNN Town Hall. The town call airs at 7:30 p.m.

Better Polling Means Sharper Scrutiny. Is Warren Ready?

Better Polling Means Sharper Scrutiny. Is Warren Ready?

By Will Weissert | Oct 9
When Elizabeth Warren campaigned in Nevada in February, Abbie Peters was there. Energy and enthusiasm for the Massachusetts senator was not.

Recuperating Sanders Says He May Slow Down Campaigning Pace

Recuperating Sanders Says He May Slow Down Campaigning Pace

By Wilson Ring, Steve Peoples and Will Weissert | Oct 9
Bernie Sanders began reintroducing himself to the 2020 campaign on Tuesday, venturing outside his Vermont home to say that he doesn't plan on leaving the presidential race following last week's heart attack.

Problematic Relatives: A True American Political Tradition

Problematic Relatives: A True American Political Tradition

By Ashraf Khalil | Oct 6
Since America's early days, leading politicians have had to contend with awkward problems posed by their family members. Joe Biden is the latest to navigate this tricky terrain.

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