It’s time for another Democratic debate, and the October 15 event is bound to be the most dramatic yet. With 12 candidates facing off onstage, the stakes are higher than ever. Here’s how to watch, when it’s airing, and everything else you need to know.
If you are fed up with the laws being passed or sidelined in your town, city or state, then don’t just stay silent. You can run for office and win just like Alessandra Biaggi, who couldn’t stand by–she had to make a difference.
If you are beyond frustrated by any or all of the Trump administration policies, author and activist Amy Siskind understands. That’s why she’s spearheaded the We The People marches across the country on Saturday, September 21st.
Protestors are taking to the streets of Washington, DC on September 21 to make one thing extremely clear to the US government: they work for us. Learn more about the We The People March, and how you can let your voice be heard.
Ten Democrats are taking the stage once more on September 12 for their third 2020 presidential debate. Find out when and where to tune in, who qualified, and everything else you should know before watching.
Season 23 of ‘The View’ started with — what else? — a controversial rant by Meghan McCain. The co-host sparred with the ladies about gun control, and even declared that she ‘wouldn’t live without guns.’