Bernie Sanders Sent a Bunch of Pizzas to the Coal Miners Blocking a Train in Kentucky
They're protesting about millions’ worth of unpaid wages from their former employer, Blackjewel.
Who Is Amy McGrath? Meet the Former Fighter Pilot Trying to Take Down Mitch McConnell
The Kentucky politician launched her campaign with a seriously bleak video urging for change and blaming Washington’s ugliness on Mitch.
So-Called "Heartbeat Bills" Are a Lie, and Doctors Want You to Stop Calling Them That
The science behind laws banning abortion after a fetal "heartbeat" is detected is inaccurate.
Missouri's Governor Just Signed Another Near-Total Abortion Ban into Law
Abortion will be outlawed after eight weeks of pregnancy in Missouri.
Giving Fetuses Legal Rights Could Be a Nightmare for Women, Advocates Say
"This is a statute that arguably makes every criminal law applicable to the pregnant women."
A Police Training Program Has Been Plagued By Sexual Abuse Allegations
A survivor recounts years of alleged abuse in the Police Explorers programs, part of the Boy Scouts of America.
Pro-Trump Kentucky BBQ Food Truck Faces Outrage Over 'LGBTQ' T-Shirts
A similar version of the bastardized acronym ("Liberty, Gun, Bible, Trump") was recently used to intimidate Nashville’s gay community.
Hemp Is Good, but Probably Won't Save America's Struggling Farmers
Experts worry that hemp advocates have overhyped its potential as a cash crop.
An unvaccinated high school student just got banned from going to school
The 18-year-old senior objects to the chickenpox vaccine for religious reasons
How “illegal” teacher strikes rescued the American labor movement
Organized labor in the U.S. is having a moment thanks to public school teachers.
Republicans are latching onto "heartbeat" abortion bans to take down Roe v. Wade
But so far in 2019, at least 13 state legislatures have introduced bills to outlaw abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy.
Hundreds of Kentucky schools closed because teachers called out sick in protest of GOP pension bill
The schools don’t have enough substitutes to cover the absences, which affect 140,000 students in the two largest districts alone.