From global politics to U.S. elections, Harper's BAZAAR brings you the latest in the news that matters most.
Two women? On a ticket together? Radical!
Charges against the alleged shooter were dismissed.
Twitter obsessed over the surprising candidate during the Democratic debate.
Warren showed up to lay out her plans—and how those plans could *actually* happen.
Honestly, we believe it.
Twitter can't stop talking about last night's bilingual debate.
The Civil War, slavery, the wholesale genocide of Native Americans, and, most recently, Japanese Internment camps, are either forgotten about entirely or sugarcoated.
At least those women want to get pregnant, as God intends.
Dystopia is not cute or sexy.
A violent attack on civilian protesters by military officials has left dozens of citizens dead and injured.
Gay people in Brunei can be whipped and imprisoned for being gay. In Poland, the populist party is saying that gay people are the public's number one enemy, and that's to say nothing of the concentration camps in Chechnya or the “bigot bills” in Texas.
From Georgia to Alaska, people protested abortion bans with powerful demonstrations.
The abortion assistance fund earned $100,000 in one day from a single referral link in a news story.
Busy Philipps started a powerful movement in response to Alabama's abortion bill.
Forcing women to carry their rapist's baby has traditionally been used as a weapon of war, and is considered a violation of human rights.
Investigations will look at whether a doctor assisted them in obtaining an abortion.
If signed, HB 314 would be the strictest anti-choice law in America.
"This is awful. Outrageous. Unconstitutional."
It's exciting to see a candidate unafraid of powerful men.
We don't need another 70-something white man who has an unpleasant history with women.
Notre Dame is a cruel metaphor for what is happening in our world right now.
"Harm to ongoing matter" is now the hottest phrase of 2019.
People are excited that Beto O’Rourke reads books. Good news: Elizabeth Warren has written 11 books.
A 13-week fetus doesn't have the neurological complexity to do anything as advanced as “fight for its life”.