Many were angered by Taylor's refusal to take a stand against Donald Trump.
When you're a celebrity on the level of Taylor Swift, silence really does speak louder than words, as became clear from the controversy around Taylor's refusal to get political in 2016. In the run-up to the presidential election, many
'The call to action is the same, but so much louder.'
In the wake of this historic, unprecedented election, there are so many people looking for guidance on how, as women, we make sense of it all. Below are 12 must-read feminist responses to the 2016 presidential election. Let them enrage you,
Clinton delivered her concession speech in NYC, where she congratulated Donald Trump and wished him a successful presidency.
Hillary Clinton delivered her concession speech in New York City on Wednesday morning, congratulating Donald Trump and wishing him a successful presidency."I'm sorry that we did not win this election," she said. "But I feel pride and gratitude for this
'Donald Trump, I accept you. And it's hard to say, but I even accept you as President of the United States.'
A tearful Miley Cyrus has accepted Donald Trump will be her nation's next leader.The pop star was spotted voting at a drive-by polling station in California on November 8, and has since made it clear Republican Trump was not
Headlines, hot news, and conversation starters on November 9, 2016!
1 Following the release of her beautiful pre-wedding video, Karel Marquez's engagement photos have been released! Karel walked around the streets of Hong Kong with fiancé Sean Fariñas for the shoot. In an interview with PEP.ph, Karel explained
Meanwhile, Robredo takes the top spot for VP, with Marcos following closely behind.
PHOTO: CNN PhilippinesWith almost 90 percent of Election Returns processed, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Durterte is set to make history as the country's 16th leader who will succeed outgoing President Benigno Aquino III.At least 89.98% of Election Returns have
Here's your Philippine elections cheat sheet!
PRE-ELECTION DAY PREPA. KNOW your precinct! You can find it here, call Comelec at 525-9296, or text 0918-566-8301. B. You can bring a "kodigo" or cheat sheet to speed up the voting process. Before selecting your candidates, make
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