It seems like the election was so long ago, and yet, not at all, right? Well, here are some funny tweets to help you forget that we’re less than 1/4 through the first term of the Trump presidency. We have the Rumpus’ Lyz Lenz to thank for this beautiful meme. Lyz... thank you.
After riding Donald Trump's coattails all the way to Election Day, the avowed white supremacists who supported his campaign are absolutely loving the president-elect's picks for his Cabinet and White House team.
It's still early, but we can confidently say this is the whitest thing you'll see today.
President-elect Donald Trump is reportedly considering plans for a national registry of Muslims under his new administration—because what could possibly go wrong with a massive list of people based on their religion?
Shocked by Donald Trump’s surprise victory and the wave of white supremacism he left in his wake, many Americans have taken to the streets to protest. But if progressives really want to fight back against Trumpism, they need to build a mass national movement, the likes of which hasn’t been seen since the 1960s. Put…
President-elect Donald Trump has made himself known for many things, but his outsized Twitter feed—where he has gleefully attacked everyone from Rosie O'Donnell and President Obama to Kristen Stewart, and has helped some of his white supremacist followers gain more attention than ever—ranks right up there.
In 2014, the state of Texas made it hard for me to vote. My out-of-state driver’s license didn’t verify the identity on my voter ID card. So I went home for my passport, a federal document that would trounce all. After two trips to the polling station, I finally managed to vote that day for a candidate who wouldn’t…
Immediately after Donald Trump was elected president, I decided to stop wearing my hijab. Despite facing constant Islamophobia over the 12 years I’ve worn a headscarf in America, nothing had ever compelled me to remove it before.
Although President Obama wouldn't say if he personally still believes that President-elect Donald Trump is unfit for the office–as he did during the campaign–Obama said on Monday that the billionaire will have to face "reality" awfully quick when he takes office.
In a wide-ranging interview on Sunday's 60 Minutes, President-elect Donald Trump turned heads when he said that marriage equality is “already settled” law in this country, and that he would not make any attempts to overturn it.
A protester claiming to be an undocumented immigrant interrupted Saturday’s keynote address by Jose Antonio Vargas at Facing Race, a three-day conference in Atlanta presented by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation.
When author Roxane Gay stepped on stage, a hush fell over the room. Several days after Donald Trump was elected president, 2,000 organizers, educators, and other leaders from across America attended Facing Race, a three-day conference in Atlanta presented by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation.
The liberal backlash against everyone who voted for President-elect Donald Trump has begun, but it’s not being directed at the right people. After it became clear Trump would be the next president of the United States, common refrains among white liberals in my inbox and on social media included: “I hate white people”…
With the Democratic Party reduced to a smoldering pile of rubble after Hillary Clinton’s widely unexpected loss on Tuesday, lawmakers are desperately searching for a fresh face to lead the party into its next phase.
If you measure the impact of a president by the signature laws they pass, then few people would consider President Barack Obama much of a big deal. Ever since the Democrats lost control of both houses of Congress in the 2010 midterm elections, there really hasn't been much to write home about in terms of progressive…
Amidst the tumultuous aftermath of the election of Donald Trump this week, a group of Silicon Valley elite proposed that California should secede. And they're serious. But how would they actually go about making that happen?
For Americans fed up with their political system and terrified of a Donald Trump presidency, threatening to move to Canada is practically a cliché. In the two days since Trump was elected, anxious Yankees crashed Canada’s immigration website, and are flooding my social media feeds with half-joking requests for asylum.