29 Congressional Democrats in Washington, D.C. are demanding justice in Brazil.
Criminal justice reform is feeling the Bern.
The First State is following other states in protecting LGBTQIA+ youth from a controversial practice.
The progressive Oakland Democrat will face Congresswoman Linda Sanchez of Eastern Los Angeles County.
The government in Havanna has approved new changes to its national constitution.
Israel's new law could undermine ethnic and religious peace in the country.
Could this be a big enough step toward universal healthcare?
You just can't break up the Golden State.
The country's most liberal state and Democratic stronghold snubs Feinstein for a more progressive Latino candidate.
In 2018 and beyond, many Democratic voters are starting to Feel the Bern.
The Republic of Ireland will divest from non-renewables in the wake of climate change.
Online streamers such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon have gained in the categories.
The Irish Parliament may boycott goods and services from the Israeli settlements occupying Palestine.
States like Massachusetts are considering ranked choice voting in order to increase electoral diversity.
The Tony, Grammy, and Emmy award-winning actress further went politically left.
The Jewish state is seriously considering the decriminalization of the substance.
The veteran journalist known for his blue-collar progressive politics has passed away.
A New York investment banking executive wants his new political party to combat the partisan duopoly.
The two-time presidential candidate will become the country's first major leftist leader.
The center-left former Dutch member of parliament is expected to rule over the Netherland's largest city.
One study is indicating that a little faith may give you a little more life.
Midterm primaries send shockwaves and possible historical firsts nationwide.
The former primer minister solidifies control over a historical secular Muslim majority.
The North American country becomes the second country in the world and the Americas to legalize cannabis.
The Supreme Court allows states to collect sales taxes for online purchases.