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09/30/2020
Trump on white supremacy

Will Donald Trump directly disavow white supremacist groups?

He didn’t during the debate. And it isn’t the first time he dodges the issue...

09/25/2020
The life of Mitt Romney

He's well-known for his political flip-flops and his thorny relationship with Donald Trump. He has said that he supports moving forward with the president's election year Supreme Court nomination.

This is the story of Mitt Romney.

09/21/2020
RBG remembered at D.C. vigil

Following Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, these mourners gathered to celebrate her legacy at the the Supreme Court. Here's what RBG meant to them.

09/18/2020
Howard Zinn on how history is taught

Donald Trump recently blasted the work of historian Howard Zinn as "propaganda." Here is Zinn discussing the importance of rethinking how we view the triumphs and tragedies of U.S. history.

09/16/2020

He's one of Donald Trump's most trusted advisors, and the man behind some of the White House's most controversial policies, like the "Muslim travel ban"...

Here's what you need to know about Stephen Miller.

09/15/2020
ND city council member's powerful message on pride flag

"We're here, we're queer, and we're not going away."
After some residents called for the removal of the pride flag from their local town hall, this North Dakota city council member offered a powerful response...

09/14/2020

Here's where Joe Biden and Donald Trump stand on workers' rights.

09/08/2020

How do they go from reciting poems and painting signs in the park to being declared rioters? Brut was on the frontlines of the 100th night of protests in Portland to find out.

09/03/2020
Death of Daniel Prude sparks new wave of protests

⚠️ Distressing images ⚠️
"I placed a phone call for my brother to get help. Not for my brother to get lynched."

Daniel Prude stopped breathing after police knelt on him while he was naked and handcuffed, with a "spit sock" placed over his head. He died of asphyxiation 7 days later.

08/27/2020

The first woman to run a winning presidential campaign in the U.S., and a champion of "alternative facts". This is the story of Kellyanne Conway.

08/25/2020
The Democratic "woketopia" according to the RNC

"The Loch Ness monster of the swamp," MS-13, "the vengeful mob," Hollywood celebrities, and university professors...

Here's the Democratic "woketopia," as described on the first night of the Republican National Convention.

08/24/2020
Jacob Blake in critical condition after being shot by police

⚠️ Warning: distressing images ⚠️

It happened in broad daylight. In front of his three children. Jacob Blake, an unarmed Black man, is in critical condition after he was shot 7 times in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

08/21/2020
Joe Biden accepts Democratic nomination

"United we can, and will, overcome this season of darkness in America."

In his acceptance speech, Joe Biden laid out his plan to battle Covid-19 and called on Americans to choose hope over fear.

08/20/2020
Kamala Harris accepts VP nomination

"This virus, it has no eyes — and yet, it knows exactly how we see each other, and how we treat each other."

Kamala Harris, accepting the Democratic nomination for vice president, passed on an important message about equality.

08/20/2020
Barack Obama's DNC speech

"I did hope, for the sake of our country, that Donald Trump might show some interest in taking the job seriously... But he never did."

Former President Barack Obama strongly criticized President Trump in his DNC speech, saying democracy is at stake in November's election.

08/19/2020
The life of Joe Biden

From battling personal tragedy to being dubbed America's "Uncle Joe"... and finally, becoming the Democratic Party's 2020 presidential nominee.

This is the story of Joe Biden.

08/19/2020
AOC's DNC speech

"I hereby second the nomination of Senator Bernard Sanders of Vermont for president of the United States of America."

In a symbolic move, she put the progressive ideals supported by former candidate Bernie Sanders in the spotlight. This was Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's DNC speech.

08/18/2020

On this day, one hundred years ago, women in the U.S. were given the right to vote ... True universal suffrage would take 45 more years.

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