Minneapolis Public Schools Voted To End Its Contract With The City’s Police After The Death Of George Floyd
The decision is a giant step for activists as protests rise across the country, and could drive other districts to do the same.
“We can rebuild a building. But we cannot give this man back to his family.”
The coronavirus pandemic has put the mental and physical health of an already vulnerable group at far greater risk.
“I just feel like I’m not me,” one 16-year-old stuck indoors told BuzzFeed News.
“He’s chopping his employees in a pandemic,” said one staffer in Florida.
Women professional athletes were starting to make huge gains. But the coronavirus outbreak could be devastating to their leagues.
“A functioning democracy should not have this,” one person trying to vote in the primary said.
The CDC did not respond to a request for comment to confirm it would follow through.
The US Soccer Federation has been under fire after its attorneys argued in court that women players should be paid less because the men’s team “requires a higher level of skill.”
“There Are So Many Examples”: Kamala Harris Opened Up About How She Was Covered As A Black Candidate
The California senator and former presidential candidate had not previously spoken so explicitly about the media’s coverage of her as a black candidate.
Sponsors Are Blasting US Soccer For "Offensive" Comments That Women Players Aren't As Skilled As Men
A Coca-Cola spokesperson told BuzzFeed News they are demanding to meet with US Soccer officials to express their concerns about the "unacceptable and offensive comments."
Joe Biden’s wins in Michigan and other states on Tuesday gave him an even stronger position in the primary over Sanders.
US Soccer Doesn’t Want To Give The Women’s Team Equal Pay Because The Men Have “More Responsibility”
“The job of a [men’s national team player] carries more responsibility within US Soccer than the job of a [women’s national team] player,” US Soccer argued in a court filing.
Elizabeth Warren’s exit leaves the presidential race primarily between two old white men. “All those little girls,” she said, “are gonna have to wait four more years.”
Warren, once a top contender for the Democratic nomination, is dropping out of the race after a disappointing month of primaries.
Jared Mollenkof has spent countless hours trying to convince voters Elizabeth Warren can win. “I was ready to gamble a lot of money on her being president.”
Klobuchar is ending her campaign the day before Minnesota votes.
Running for president is a weird and lonely experience. At least Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar, two salty candidates, had their own kind of friendship.
Pete Buttigieg “changed minds” with his now-ended 2020 campaign, LGBTQ advocates said.
Warren is attacking Bloomberg, accepting help from a super PAC, and having more fun. But she’s running out of time to reignite her campaign.