As many Democrats face backlash for their weak opposition to the Trump administration, the California Senate leader stands out for his refusal to mince words.
Known for her reporting on corruption, organized crime, femicides and human rights abuses, Breach was called the “uncomfortable” journalist for writing truths that made many in power uneasy.
The Massachusetts senator reinforced his commitment to consumer rights this week by strongly opposing a Senate resolution to roll back internet users’ privacy.
Davis' inspiring talk at the recent Women of the World festival shows that this civil rights icon is as relevant in today’s fraught world as in the turbulent era from which she sprang decades ago.
The Chicago native takes matters into his own hands after a disheartening meeting with Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Suspecting that the Jan. 28 raid in Yemen was approved for political reasons, the military veteran refuses to meet President Trump.
Citing President Trump’s immigration ban, Bercow took a strong public stand against allowing him to speak to the British chamber.
In defending the Constitution against actions of the new administration, the former acting attorney general shows she is exactly the type of official Americans need.
The former Roman Catholic priest, who died Jan. 20, was the only American to renounce the Medal of Honor.
The greatest victory of the week does not belong to Donald Trump, but to Manning and to Hollander, who never stopped fighting for justice.