Of Course Kamala Harris Is Ready to Be President
The senator has been criticized for seeming too ambitious — but that's kind of the point.
The Gloomers Are Here — and They're Ready to Vote
Gen Z, or the Gloomers, as we'll call them, cares less about political parties and more about action. So who will they cast their votes for in 2020?
Inside 6 Female Reporters’ Wild 18-Hour Days, from Trump’s First Tweet to Radical Self-Care
The 24-hour news cycle never stops — and neither do these women.
What Is Voter Suppression, and What Does it Look Like?
Thousands of would-be voters' voices are shut out of elections across the country. Here's what we can do about it.
When You Dismiss the South as Pro-Trump, You're Putting Minorities Who Live There at Risk
Americans must confront their deeply rooted bias against their rural neighbors and extend their hands — and wallets — in place of a turned back.
Hallie Jackson Is Back from Maternity Leave in the Nick of Time
The chief White House correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC anchor on her impeccably-timed maternity leave, having a newborn in the midst of a global pandemic, and covering the general election from her makeshift basement studio.