Amanda Becker is our Washington correspondent. She has covered the U.S. Congress, the White House and elections for more than a decade. Becker previously worked at Reuters and CQ Roll Call. Her work has appeared in publications including The Washington Post, The New Republic and Glamour magazine. Her political coverage has also been broadcast on National Public Radio.
The group behind viral anti-Trump ads wants to win in November. Its hyper-masculine approach isn’t helping
The Lincoln Project’s ads provoke Trump and generate media buzz. But its masculine approach may not appeal to the group of voters most likely to change their mind about backing the president.
The anti-Trump Republican project was asked about tweets in which he used derogatory slang for female anatomy to insult political rivals.
Middle-income and rural families disproportionately grapple with child-care deserts, new analysis shows
The first-of-its-kind nationwide portrait shows that, on average, middle-income areas are most likely to be in child-care deserts, along with areas with heavily Latino populations.
Amid nationwide protests, White women are reckoning with racism—and their own complicity.
Images of 14 female leaders of the suffrage and civil rights movements will be projected onto Mount Rushmore, including women who never got the right to vote themselves.
As states reopen their economies, some have yet to issue a specific plan for child-care facilities. Industry groups predict that a third to half of child-care centers may not reopen at all.
For some, removing Donald Trump from office isn't enough to dismiss sexual assault allegations raised against the former vice president.