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I Won't Be Attending The Women's March. Here's Why.

On January 21, 2017, while millions of women marched in protest, I sat at home on the south side of Chicago bursting into manic tears and cold sweats, trying to process the perplexity of our country’s view of feminism and how it never includes my bla…
By Lisa Beasley

19 Creative Signs At The Women's March That You'll Get A Kick Out Of

On Jan. 20, 2018, hundreds of thousands of people turned out in the streets in cities and towns across America, participating in the second annual Women's March. The various marches by all accounts drew big turnouts, and some of the images going arou…
By Chris Tognotti

Hey Ivanka, Here’s How 29 Women At The March Want You To Use Your Power

For the second year in a row, thousands of people convened on the National Mall for the Women’s March. Aimed at supporting the advancement of women’s rights and marginalized communities around the country, about half a million marchers attended the W…
By Courtney Vinopal

Republican Who Investigated Harassment In Congress Settled His Own Sexual Misconduct Case

According to a report published in The New York Times on Saturday, GOP House Rep. Patrick Meehan settled a sexual misconduct case using taxpayer funds last year, paying out thousands to resolve a complaint by a former staffer. In recent months, the P…
By Chris Tognotti

17 Brutally Honest Signs From The Women's March That Will Make You LOL

On Jan. 20, 2018, the second annual Women's March descended on the streets of Washington D.C. and in cities and towns throughout the country. While the collective size of the demonstrations isn't totally clear just yet, it's obvious that a huge numbe…
By Chris Tognotti

33 Photos From The Women's March That Will Make You So Damn Proud

Jan. 20, 2017 marks a major anniversary in American political life. One year ago, President Donald Trump was inaugurated, months after narrowly winning the election. And Jan. 21 is the first anniversary of the Women's March on Washington, and it's be…
By Chris Tognotti

Trump Tweeted About The Women's March & Twitter Was Like, WTF

This weekend, thousands of people across the United States (and world) are participating in sister marches, as well as the Women's March 2018 — exactly one year after the first one took place. As with most topics, Trump seized the moment to make his …
By Kyli Rodriguez-Cayro

23 Women's March Signs That Are Fierce & Feminist As Hell

Thousands took to the streets in cities across the country on Saturday, Jan. 20, to participate in this year's Women's March. The demonstrations were as exuberant and hopeful as they were the year before, and the feminist, funny signs from this 2018 …
By Clarissa-Jan Lim

16 Tweets From The #WomensMarch2018 That Show The Resistance Is Here To Stay

Frustrated with the Trump administration and fired up by the #MeToo movement, scores of women's rights advocates took to the streets on Saturday to march in honor of the one-year anniversary of the Women's March on Washington. And these tweets from #…
By Morgan Brinlee

Here's What It Means For The Government To Shut Down Now

Democrats and Republicans in the Senate could not come to an agreement on a short-term funding measure on Friday night, and for the first time since 2013, the government came to a grinding halt. While lawmakers returned to Congress on Saturday mornin…
By Clarissa-Jan Lim

This Is Why The First Government Shut Down Of 2018 Just Happened

As the clock struck midnight on Saturday, Jan. 20, the one year anniversary of Donald Trump's inauguration, much of the federal government was brought to a grinding halt. But this government shutdown wasn't part of any inauguration anniversary party …
By Morgan Brinlee

I Won't Be Attending The Women's March. Here's Why.

On January 21, 2017, while millions of women marched in protest, I sat at home on the south side of Chicago bursting into manic tears and cold sweats, trying to process the perplexity of our country’s view of feminism and how it never includes my bla…
By Lisa Beasley

Omarosa Might Have Secretly Recorded Conversations In The White House

According to the New York Daily News, former presidential assistant Omarosa Manigault-Newman may have recorded confidential conversations she had during her time in the White House, and has been speaking with lawyers for fear of getting wrapped up in…
By Seth Millstein

Here's How Trump Has Changed In His First Year In Office Compared To Obama

Saturday, Jan. 20 will mark the one-year anniversary of President Trump's inauguration. At times it's felt like there's already been a full four years worth of news. But this is an opportunity to look back, both at the first year of the Trump era, an…
By Chris Tognotti

Here's What Trump Said About Melania's Baby Weight (Before His Reported Affair)

In an interview with radio host Howard Stern in 2005, Donald Trump said he'd give his wife Melania "a week" to lose her post-pregnancy baby weight, and spoke disparagingly about the physical appearance of women after they've given birth. The remarks …
By Chris Tognotti

16 Trump GIFs From His First Year As President That Are Just Straight-Up Bonkers

The first year of Donald Trump's presidency has been a rather tumultuous one, to say the least. Divisions along partisan lines are stark, and Trump will end his first year with his lowest average approval rating — 39 percent — since taking office. Bu…
By Priscilla Totiyapungprasert

Bustle Digital Group News Policies And Ethics

Bustle Digital Group News Description Bustle Digital Group is the parent company of women-focused news sites Bustle and Elite Daily, and Romper, the first news site dedicated to millennial parents. Bustle Digital Group’s verticals look to inform wome…
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Hillary Clinton Is 100% Here For The Record Number Of Women Running For Office In 2018

In the year since Donald Trump was sworn into office, a record number of American women have launched runs for political office, TIME reported Friday. By almost any metric, the number of female candidates in 2018 has skyrocketed compared to years pas…
By Seth Millstein

Jordyn Wieber Has Come Forward About Larry Nassar Sexually Abusing Her, Too

The list of prominent American gymnasts alleging sexual assault by former team doctor Larry Nassar grew a little bit longer on Friday afternoon. At his sentencing hearing, former Olympic gymnast Jordyn Wieber described being sexually assaulted by Nas…
By Chris Tognotti

Hurricane Heels & Christmas Goth: 11 Photos Of Melania's First Year In The White House

Jan. 20 marks one year since Donald Trump's inauguration as president, but it's also the anniversary of Melania Trump assuming the role of first lady. Melania's first year in office has been a controversial one, and for more reasons than just the fac…
By Monica Hunter-Hart

The 2017 Women's March Prepared Us For Battle. Now, It's Time For War.

This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March on Washington, the largest single-day protest in U.S. history. For so many reeling from the outcome of the 2016 election, like me, the Women’s March was an electrifying moment. As evide…
By Emily Tisch Sussman