This year’s Games aren’t just big and flashy - they’re meaningful in pushing for new levels of equity.
From better student health plans to the under-26 provision, find out the ways the ACA benefits you.
Six things you need to know about Tuesday’s crackdown.
Campus Progress is pleased that President Obama’s plan, if passed, could provide immediate relief to young people across the country who want to contribute to America’s recovery.
Here are 15 young women that work on a diversity of issues. Their work is awe-inspiring.
During women’s history month, it’s worth noting there’s a long history of women journalists who dared to report on and publish the truth.
Tuesday is International Women’s Day and it’s a good time to remember that women face challenges around the world on all kinds of issues, from health to economic growth to political representation.
A lack of federal laws that prohibit the bullying of gay and transgender youth have left states with inconsistent—and sometimes nonexistent—laws to protect gay students.
During Black History Month, it’s worth pointing out some young people today that are doing exciting things by making America more progressive.
Lots of people like to remember Martin Luther King Jr. for Black History Month every February, but African-Americans are still breaking barriers today. Here’s a list of some more recent achievements.
Posted Friday, February 18, 2011 in Lists by Christine Keener
February might be black history month, but many of the issues for African Americans also plague other ethnic groups. Focusing on these issues is good for all of us.
You can reduce the deficit with minimal harm to economic growth, but Congress isn’t talking about the most obvious ways.
According to the publisher, the author of the Obama novel wishes to remain anonymous. We’re not surprised, based on the writing.
Posted Friday, January 21, 2011 in Lists by Staff
ACA does more for young Americans than let them stay on their parents’ plan.
MTV’s “Jersey Shore” pulls in 8.4 million viewers—that’s more than three times the viewers of the now-canceled “Sarah Palin’s Alaska.” If you decide to see what all the fuss is about, here’s what you need to know.
The GOP leader looks to be on his way out, but we sure had some fun while he was around. Here are some of our favorite moments.
Posted Friday, January 7, 2011 in Lists by Campus Progress
Do: Be nice. Don’t: Sext while your parents are around.
Posted Friday, December 17, 2010 in Lists by Staff
Folks are divided on whether the new tax cut compromise is a bad thing or the worst thing ever. We decided to keep it in perspective and remind you of Newt Gingrich’s suggestion to just let the rich people decide what should (and shouldn’t be taxed).
Posted Friday, December 10, 2010 in Lists
The Friday List-down: 11 Rejected Chapter Titles From George W. Bush’s New Memoir, ‘Decision Points’
George W. Bush’s new memoir is getting some attention. Here are some humorous guesses at rejected chapter titles.
Posted Friday, November 12, 2010 in Lists