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Women in Politics: College Edition -- Meredith College

02/06/15 03:26PM

Welcome to Women in Politics: College Edition, where promising women leaders in student government on college and university campuses across the country will be featured on over the course of the year. Molly Stoneman has been nominated by Princeton University as a leader making a difference not only through key issues on campus, but in... read more

In Iowa, GOP women take aim at Hillary

01/26/15 12:10PM

At Saturday's Iowa Freedom Summit, the men in the ever-widening pool of potential 2016 GOP presidential candidates used their speeches to call for the best ways to crush Obamacare and immigration reform. But the women focused on one target: the likely 2016 Democratic standard bearer, Hillary Clinton. Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina... read more

Kate Brown (Photo by Don Ryan/AP)

Oregon set to be led by country’s first openly bisexual governor

02/13/15 05:50PM

With the resignation of Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber Friday afternoon, Oregon is set to be led by the country’s first openly bisexual governor in Secretary of State Kate Brown.Brown, who has been preparing to take over for Kitzhaber as calls mounted for his resignation following corruption allegations, was also the country’s first bisexual... read more

U.S. Senator Kay Hagan, the Democrat from North Carolina, concedes defeat at an election night rally in Greensboro, N.C. on Nov. 4, 2014.

Democrat Kay Hagan loses her seat to GOP challenger Thom Tillis

11/05/14 12:00AM

The race between Hagan and Tillis was among the tightest in the country and perhaps the most expensive in history, with spending in the race expected to top $100 million. Leading into Election Day Hagan was holding a little more than a percentage point edge over Tillis. read more

The "Bennett Belles" march from the Reid Christian Methodist Church in Greensboro, N.C.

College students on Election Day: 'Reverse the tide'

11/04/14 03:57PM

The group streamed down from campus, chanting among other things, "This is what Democracy looks like," a popular refrain chanted by young protesters in Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of the killing of unarmed black teen Michael Brown Jr. this summer by a police officer. read more