Missouri child marriage ban

‘Hypocrisy’: Missouri Republicans criticized for supporting child marriage but not abortion

One X user called child marriage ‘an odd f**king hill to die on.’

On by Tricia Crimmins

Jill Stein(l), Washington University(r)

‘We were violently assaulted’: Green Party candidate Jill Stein condemns arrest at WashU’s pro-Palestine protest

Stein’s campaign manager and deputy campaign manager were also arrested.

On by Katherine Huggins

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‘Hate-fueled intimidation’: Proud Boy attends school board meeting after Facebook fight over teacher displaying a Pride flag

An online fervor cascaded over.

On by Claire Goforth

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‘These two were clearly up to something’: Uber driver exposes 2 anti-abortion Republicans for backseat behavior

The lawmaker proposed letting anyone sue a Missourian who helped someone get an abortion.

On by Claire Goforth

dollar tree store (l) woman in parking lot (c) door with notices and caption 'Staff shortage! Employees abandoned this DollarTree!!' (r)

‘They ain’t been here in weeks’: TikToker claims Dollar Tree store was completely abandoned by workers

‘Wanna raise prices to over $1 but don’t wanna pay the workers.’

On by Braden Bjella

A man smiling into camera.

Embarrassing new attack ad from Missouri governor doubles down on attacking reporter over unfounded ‘hacking’ claim

Gov. Parson has continued to threaten the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

On by Claire Goforth

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson holding a press conference where he branded a journalist a 'hacker' for viewing the HTML source code of a government website.

Governor wants to prosecute journalist for right-clicking on a government website, thinks it’s hacking

Apparently viewing a page source makes you a hacker, according to the Missouri governor.

On by Andrew Wyrich

robot dogs walk with students on campus

TikTok shows college students greeted by new classmates: Boston Dynamics robot police dogs

See Spot scare students.

On by Carly Novell

Cars on a freeway.

‘They may have saved her life’: Police stop a Black woman—and countless cars pull over to check on her

‘Every single person that pulled over did the right thing.’

On by Kahron Spearman

A bartender yelling at somebody off camera.

‘I’ve never been more heated’: Bartender refuses to serve military veteran, crushes her ID card

‘This wasn’t about ID. This was about having power over someone.’

On by Kahron Spearman

Officers seen harassing Terry Rucker before snatching his phone away

Video shows police tackling Black man filming with cellphone, accusing him of assault

The man was filming the officers on the street.

On by Samira Sadeque

Reed Hastings CEO Netflix

Netflix CEO made large contributions to anti-abortion politicians

Netflix and it’s CEO seem to feel differently when it comes to abortion.

On by Nahila Bonfiglio

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Sen. Claire McCaskill’s radio ad called out as racist dog whistle

Rep. Maria Chappelle-Nadal says McCaskill was absolutely using coded language.

On by Ellen Ioanes

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens called allegations against him of blackmail and abuse 'a political witch hunt.'

A woman says the Missouri governor forced her into violent sex acts

House lawmakers found her allegations credible.

On by Kris Seavers

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens admitted to having an extramarital affair, allegedly blackmailed the woman.

Missouri governor indicted for invasion of privacy over taking nonconsensual nude photo

Gov. Eric Greitens maintains he did not blackmail the woman he had an affair with.

On by Samantha Grasso

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