Hillary Clinton Showers Michelle Obama With Due Praise in First Joint Campaign Appearance

On the 12th (to last) day of Election Season, our true love gave to us: First Lady Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton teaming up for their first campaign appearance, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. “Let’s be real,” said Clinton in her speech. “As our first African-American First Lady, she’s faced pressures I never…

Poll: Majority of Men and Republicans Think Sexism Is Over

According to a new poll from Pew, 56 percent of men think sexism is a thing of the past. “Finally,” the women of America told Jezebel during a conference call I made up. “We’re so grateful,” they added, “sexism was such a bummer.” The women were clearly overcome with such relief that they were unable to continue…

Fox News Is Thoroughly Convinced There's Something Medically Wrong with Hillary Clinton 

In the span of a few weeks, rumors about Hillary Clinton’s supposedly failing health have wormed their way from conspiracy websites into a Donald Trump speech. At a campaign rally in Ohio yesterday, Trump questioned Clinton’s “judgment, stability, and temperament,” adding that she “lacks the mental and physical…

The Secret Service Protected Reporter Katy Tur After Donald Trump Singled Her Out at a Rally

In an essay for Marie Claire, MSNBC/NBC reporter Katy Tur writes that, after Donald Trump launched a personal attack against her at a South Carolina rally, she had to be accompanied out by Secret Service agents. Tur, who’s been covering Trump for the networks for the last year, became the focus of the Republican…

Hillary Clinton Calls Trump 'Dangerously Incoherent’ in Rousing Foreign Policy Speech

In what might have been her strongest speech of the campaign, Hillary Clinton made a compelling case against presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Thursday afternoon. “I believe that the person the Republicans have nominated for President cannot do the job,” Clinton said in the foreign policy-focused speech.…

Trump Talking About Clinton's 'Woman Card' Is a Horrifying Preview of the Next Six Months 

Straight off winning five states last night, Donald Trump seemed to shift away from the rhetoric of a primary candidate and towards the rhetoric he’ll be using, barring an unlikely event at the GOP convention, for the next six months. And as Sanders loses states and makes it clearer that he’s in the race to influence…