In what was promoted as a “Rally for Abortion Justice,” and concurrently as the “Fifth Women’s March,” supporters of reproductive rights demonstrated in over 600 cities throughout the country on […]
When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Sept. 18, a flood of tributes and future promises rose among her many admirers. To visit the front of the Supreme Court those […]
After thousands paid their respects to the late Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the U.S. Supreme Court, she become the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol.
The late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in state at the Supreme Court on Wednesday, Sept. 23, and Thursday, Sept. 24, and at the Capitol on Friday, Sept. 25.
According to District Council candidate Katherine Venice, we must all realize that America now is the Edmund Pettus Bridge, and we are all called to stand up in the spirit of John Lewis.
On Tuesday, October 8, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in three cases dealing with workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. The landmark Title VII of the Civil Rights […]
What would happen if the majority changes in the House? Plus different ways to approach diversity on the Supreme Court and when and where incivility is apparently okay.
The controversial hearing process and vote culminated with the judge’s confirmation on Saturday, Oct. 6, and the arrest of 164 activists on the East Steps of the Capitol.
On Sept. 24, Sen. Ted Cruz and his wife Heidi were dining at Fiola, owned by Fabio and Maria Trabocchi, when protesters stormed the downtown restaurant.
Many decry that Congress is broken. The complaints, suggestions, accusations, defenses, compromises and dealmaking — all of that is becoming increasingly heated.