Are you okay with abortion becoming illegal or with losing your right to affordable reproductive healthcare? If not, register to vote in the midterms. ‘Cosmopolitan’s Editor-in-Chief tells you why it’s so important to vote.
If you can’t even remember the last time you just had the best, most hilarious time in a movie theater, then grab your wallet and head out to see ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me‘, starring Kate McKinnon and Mila Kunis.
Did you realize that American women only gained the right to vote in 1920? And that it was a long, brutal battle for women to cast their ballots! Don’t ever take that right for granted– vote in the mid terms.
Trevor Noah can’t wait to dive into midterm election coverage soon, previewing to Hollywoodlife.com exclusively that his show, which is nominated for three 2018 Emmy Awards, is working on a “little special something”.
Donald Trump — there will be millions of millennial women eligible to vote in the 2018 midterms. They are furious about migrant children being separated from their parents, about attacks on their reproductive rights and more.
Eugene Jarecki, the award winning director of insightful new documentary, ‘The King,’ told HollywoodLife.com why it’s urgent for America’s young people to fight for democracy, and that means voting in the midterms and a lot more.
Elections matter. Who you vote for has huge consequences. And for all of you who thought it wouldn’t make a difference whether you voted for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump or didn’t vote at all in 2018, do you still believe that now? So register here and now, to vote.
Are we still living in the United States of America? Seriously, is the land of the free and the home of the brave? If so, then we should have ‘zero tolerance’ for government-sanctioned abuse of migrant children.
Powerhouse fashion publicist/brand strategist Kelly Cutrone urges the fashion industry to unite and create a mental health and wellness-focused organization to lend support, after the suicide of her friend Kate Spade.
Samantha Bee shouldn’t have used the ‘c-word’ to describe Ivanka Trump. It was rude and unnecessary, but most of all, it distracted from something far viler — Donald Trump’s policy of tearing children away from their migrant parents.