The Massachusetts representative spoke to The 19th about her new role and how the women of the 117th Congress will shape the future.
School closures and the struggling economy have created a national hunger crisis — and experts say it will only get worse as the pandemic deepens this winter.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren to introduce $8 billion relief bill to help underserved Americans during pandemic
If passed, the COVID Community Care Act would funnel emergency funding to Black, Latinx and Native American communities that have been especially hard hit by the pandemic.
Two dozen organizations sent a letter to Biden urging him to select the representative from Ohio and make her the first Black woman to lead the USDA.
If confirmed, Janet Yellen would be the first woman to ever hold the three most influential economic positions in U.S. government history.
The list of nominees released by Biden’s transition team included one other woman, Avril Haines for director of national intelligence.
The gains preview a more diverse pipeline of political power, especially for Democrats.
Haines previously held top intelligence positions under the Obama administration.
Gloria Allen is showing the world on Transgender Day of Remembrance that there is hope.
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Only 5 percent of businesses that reported gender received relief from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) were women-owned.
She is among the earliest prominent politicians to back marriage equality, but Harris’ record on trans rights has led some LGBTQ+ voters to pause.
The proposals come at a time when women have shouldered the bulk of child care and family care needs during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new PBS documentary encapsulates more than a decade of efforts to hold California prisons accountable for these abuses.
As the pandemic keeps older poll workers from volunteering, younger women continue a legacy of being on the front lines of elections.