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Linda Sarsour, now lead plaintiff in a lawsuit against the Trump administration, has become the target of stepped-up attacks.
Forty percent of female Democrats say they will increase involvement in political causes, a new Washington Post poll shows. It has echoes of what gave birth to the tea party in 2009.
Daily Action, which now has more than 100,000 subscribers, is one of many grass-roots political resistance efforts that have recently gained traction.
Union officials said they were surprised and gratified by the response.
Many adults are working that day, although their chidlren are out of school.
Sally Sarratt and Maria Swearingen, who long dreamed of co-pastoring a church, will take the pulpit next month
Some organizers trace the lag to rhetoric questioning the masculinity of those who support liberal causes.
Tony Vinson was once among the hard-to-employ residents the nonprofit organization aims to help.
This is an ‘if you build it they will come’ project, says site founder Ryan McKnight
Baby boom in the District is putting pressure on an already overtaxed child care system