The congresswoman has since responded to the Washington Examiner journalist, who deleted his initial tweet.
"What we have seen is that many of the folks who voted Republican based their judgement on racially charged rhetoric that was coming down from the White House."
After her President George W. Bush left office, Laura Bush offered to share any advice with Michelle Obama, the former FLOTUS offered the same courtesy to Melania Trump.
A Miss. senator made a joke about sitting front row if she was invited to a public hanging — and Twitter is unamused.
"Women have always been attacked when they don't conform, or when they've been different or when they've thought for themselves," Fox’s contributor pointed out.
Two neighbors in Texas are being attacked on Facebook for sharing a photo of them side by side, making the point that their relationship can transcend their personal politics. On Twitter, there was pushback: "Could you just laugh and agree to disagree with someone who believes you should be deported?" one critic wrote.
It must be pretty exciting when your mom is elected to Congress — just ask 4-year-old Catherine , the daughter of Abigail Spanberger, who unseated Republican incumbent Dave Brat in a stunning Virginia upset.
A Durham, N.C., native living in D.C. travels all night to vote, and Twitter cheers her on as her story goes viral.
The man was arrested about an hour after he made the threats. The polling place remained open and voting continued as normal.
Uber has suspended a driver after actresses Tara Strong and Rena Sofer accused him of abuse because he allegedly behaved erratically after learning that they were Democrats.
The Alabama gubernatorial candidate's son perfectly illustrated how exhausting a 396-day campaign can really be.
Janelle Monae is a board member and enthusiastic public motivator for When We All Vote, a new national nonprofit that encourages civic engagement.
Ritchie had previously reported the threat to Twitter, but it was ultimately ignored.
Hear from six women candidates hoping to become “firsts” — whether it’s transgender governor (Vermont) or Native American Congresswoman (New Mexico) — in the national and statewide offices they’re vying for.
A white man who was intimidating a black volunteer poll worker and threatening to pull a gun on him was arrested Wednesday in Charlotte, N.C., police said.
U.N. veteran Sahle-Work Zewde was elected the first female president of modern Ethiopia and is the only female African head of state currently serving.
The organizers of the rally in New Paltz, N.Y., respected the protesters' right to free speech.
Members of the transgender community and advocates are speaking out against the reported memo from the Trump administration, including Jamie Bruesehoff, the mother of Rebekah, an 11-year-old transgender girl.
Whoever takes the state House seat, it is clear civility has already won the election.
"It wasn’t the first time someone has denied them or tried to prevent them from voting," said LaTosha Brown, a co-founder of Black Voters Matter.
“My colleague said: ‘People like us never think about running for office, and that's the problem,’” says Rashida Tlaib, who is set to become one of two Muslim women elected to Congress in November.
The school district has reaffirmed students' rights to express themselves when it comes to politics.
The senator made it clear in a video about the results that she took the test in response to political scrutiny about her heritage.