The pop star expressed her outrage on Instagram Thursday at Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) for signing the controversial “religious freedom” bill into law.
Morgan is a Staff Writer at Red Alert Politics. She is originally from western Massachusetts, and she graduated from Boston College in May of 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Mathematics. While at Boston College, Morgan worked for the English Department and wrote for and edited BC’s conservative paper The Observer, serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper for 2012. She worked at The Washington Examiner in Washington, D.C., as a CN intern during the summer prior to her senior year of college. She served as the year-long Collegiate Network fellow at USA TODAY until June of 2014. You can follow Morgan on Twitter at @mchalfant16.
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A middle school teacher named “Mrs. Porter” circulated letters to parents of her students requesting that they give their children written permission to eat Double Stuf Oreos in class.
The pro-Clinton group HRC Super Volunteers circulated an e-mail to roughly 150 editors in newsrooms across the country this week that warned reporters against spreading “any form of sexist news coverage of any woman who chooses to break through glass ceilings.”
Actor and director Ben Affleck delivered testimony at a Senate hearing on diplomacy and national security — with his wife, actress Jennifer Garner, visibly in tow — during which he gave a shout out to Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) for his role in the upcoming Batman film.
During a Twitter Q&A Wednesday, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh was asked about his office’s nonexistent “official statement” on the One Direction news.
Michelle Obama penned an op-ed for CNN Thursday during which she predictably champions her Let’s Move! campaign to tackle childhood obesity on its five-year anniversary.
Employment law experts at the company Peninsula based in the United Kingdom received hundreds of calls from employers with workers requesting “compassionate leave” following the pop star’s announcement Wednesday.
The Texas representative shouted at FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler for the new rules, which prevent Internet providers from blocking certain websites, selectively slowing traffic and offering “fast lanes” for higher-paying websites.
A bill that would bar federal employees from viewing pornography on government computers passed the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Wednesday.
The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Wednesday by the conservative group Freedom Watch, accuses Hillary of not producing documents under the Freedom of Information Act. It also labels the Clintons “individuals operating a criminal enterprise.”
The “Now with Alex Wagner” guest was specifically discussing Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s recent comment that he didn’t start listening to country music until after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack.
The Reed College free speech saga just keeps getting more complicated. Last week, BuzzFeed first reported that 19-year-old student Jeremiah True alleged that he was barred from a section of his freshman humanities course for voicing unpopular opinions about sexual assault.
A Long Island woman named Kam Brock alleges in a lawsuit that she was held by doctors in a psych ward because she insisted that Barack Obama follows her on Twitter, as reports the New York Daily News.
The former Democratic congressman from Massachusetts appeared on “PolitiKING” Tuesday where host Larry King asked him to “say anything” about the vice president.
Taylor Swift called out an SAT prep book from the Princeton Review that misquoted a lyric from her song “Fifteen” in a section spotlighting improper pronoun use.
An article recently published in Think Progress haphazardly attempts to twist each of Ted Cruz’s declarations during his Monday speech announcing his candidacy for president into an example of “the most anti-woman agenda yet.”
Before Cruz made his announcement via Twitter and then on the campus of Liberty University Monday, 194 “regular” Americans had already submitted forms to the Federal Election Commission declaring their own bids for the Oval Office.
During his speech at the Select USA Investment Summit in National Harbor, Maryland, Obama discussed his ideal fiscal year 2016 budget — a “21st century budget,” he called it — but admitted that he will have to negotiate with Congress regarding it.
In a recent interview with Us Weekly, the pop star spotlighted the 25 things fans don’t know about her, one of them being that she really, really, really wants to meet Obama.
Clinton and Kimmel launched the campaign, called “Serve a Year,” in partnership with Service Nation in order to encourage Millennials to dedicate themselves to a year of service in their communities after high school or college.