Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Rep. Ro Khanna of California are leading a grassroots movement to make progress on climate change.
The right-wing network targets four freshmen congresswomen and inadvertently offers free advertising for their progressive agenda.
Activists stage a sit-in at the office of the veteran congresswoman, arguing she's "bringing a squirt gun to a wildfire."
The bottom shook the top during the midterms, but whether our country's dangerous shift toward authoritarianism gets shaken off its foundation is still to be seen.
Across the nation, black, Latinx and Native American women—as well as members of the LGBTQ community—change the political landscape with midterm wins.
Candidates say they've never heard of it, and the organization hasn't registered with the Federal Election Commission as required.
The philanthropist has been a target of right-wing conspiracy theorists and even mainstream Republicans for the better part of a decade.
Pollsters have a hard time with a category often known as hidden voters.
The New York congressional candidate tells CNN that the legislation is not just pie in the sky, and would be "good for our future."
Ayanna Pressley is all but assured of becoming the first black woman elected to Congress from Massachusetts, the latest example of the Democratic Party's embrace of diversity and progressive politics as the recipe for success in the Trump era.