Roy Moore’s approval rating with women has dropped. But so did candidate Trump’s.

Just because fewer women approve of Moore doesn’t mean they won’t vote for him.

Decades after Bill Clinton allegations, Democrats have a chance to finally get it right

Democrats’ action on the allegations against Sen. Al Franken will reveal their true commitment to helping women.

Don’t forget about the men who said they’ve been sexually assaulted, too

The sexual harassment of young girls and women by men in power is becoming almost a daily story. But there’s an element of the conversation that isn’t dominating the headlines: sexual harassment and assault against men.

Jeff Sessions’s Justice Department: From Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch to zero black senior staff members

The department went from being headed by the first black female attorney general to not having any black Americans in a senior positions, and lawmakers have taken notice.

Roy Moore and the gender divide within evangelicalism

Conservative Christian women have had a different take on Moore; their focus has been on believing women.

Mike Pence’s NFL protest cost police $14,000. But does that matter to Trump supporters?

The Trump administration came to power because of economic and cultural anxiety.

Roy Moore and the long leash of conservative Christians in GOP politics

Roy Moore has made many comments that should have attracted the attention of evangelicals.