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Democrats Planning Multi-Year Strategy to Recapture Seats

By Ken Thomas and Lisa Lerer | Nov 18
Democrats need to map out a multi-year election strategy to maintain the White House, recapture seats in Congress and in state legislatures and rebuild their bench of candidates.

Harper Jean Tobin Testimony for National Center for Transgender Equality

Nov 18
Harper Jean Tobin, Policy Director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, shared her testimony before the Equality Caucus, for National Transgender Day of Remembrance.

House Equality Caucus Holds Landmark Congressional Forum on Trans Violence

By EDGE | Nov 18
On Nov. 17, the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus hosted a landmark forum addressing issues of violence against the transgender community.

After Watching Dem Debate, Caitlyn Jenner Still Supports GOP

Nov 18
It looks like Caitlyn Jenner won't leaving the GOP anytime soon.

Louisiana Gov. Jindal Ends Bid for GOP Nomination in 2016

By Melinda Deslatte | Nov 18
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has dropped out of the 2016 race for president, ending a campaign that failed to gain much support among Republicans sifting through a long list of contenders for the GOP nomination.

Salt Lake City Elects First Openly Gay Mayor Amid Setbacks

By Michelle L. Price | Nov 18
Former Utah lawmaker Jackie Biskupski on Tuesday became the first openly gay mayor of Salt Lake City, the capital of the conservative state where the Mormon church and a small town judge delivered setbacks last week to the LGBT community.

Paris Attacks Deepen GOP Opposition to Syrian Refugee Influx

By Laurie Kellman | Nov 16
The deadly Paris attacks have intensified Republican opposition to letting thousands of Syrian refugees come to the United States.

Analysis: Paris Hits Boost Clinton's Image, Weaken Policies

By Lisa Lerer | Nov 15
The deadly assaults in Paris could bolster Hillary Rodham Clinton's image as a potential commander in chief, even as the chaos in the Middle East threatens to undercut the policy record of the Democratic White House front-runner.

Terrorism Takes Center Stage at Democratic Debate

By Lisa Lerer and Ken Thomas | Nov 15
A day after deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, Hillary Rodham Clinton cast herself as the country's strongest commander in chief in a scary world, even as she defended her own role in the rise of Islamic militants.

AP FACT CHECK: Sanders on Wage Inequality; Clinton on Donors

By Christopher S. Rugaber and Calvin Woodward | Nov 15
Bernie Sanders persisted in using shopworn stats on income inequality and Hillary Rodham Clinton glossed over the well-heeled donors to her campaign in the latest Democratic presidential debate.

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