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  • Breaking News: Colorlines Believes in Racial Justice
  • This past weekend the right wing blogosphere turned some attention to our publisher, the Applied Research Center, in order to protest Colorlines.com's aggressive coverage of attacks on voting rights over the past year.

  • The HIV Prevention Pill
  • In the summer of 2012, the Food and Drug Administration approved Truvada — long used as a life-saving drug for people living with HIV — for use among adults with a negative status who are at high risk for contracting the virus.

  • The GOP's Voter Suppression Strategy
  • After the 2010 election, in more than a dozen states Republicans passed voting restrictions aimed at reducing the turnout of Obama’s "coalition of the ascendant"...The strategy didn’t work as intended.

  • Is The Republican Party Dead?
  • Nope. Republican courting of white people was based on strategy not principle. To reach out wider would not require a great leap.

  • The Petraeus Legacy
  • Within some military and intelligence circles, it was the CIA director's relationship with JSOC — not Paula Broadwell — that raised concerns.

  • Can Black Women Lead on Rethinking Marriage?
  • If black women are holding out for something better than marriage, then we're acting in our own self-interest. According to 2010 Census data, we're at the vanguard of reframing family for the 21st century.

  • Debate This!
  • Women were not the only ones left out of the first presidential debate. Here are some questions for tomorrow night's match-up.

  • Romney’s Boca Raton Host
  • Amid the ongoing uproar over Mitt Romney's snooty remarks at a Florida fundraiser concerning the "47 percent" who pay no federal income taxes, the party's high-rolling host hasn't drawn quite the attention as he deserves.

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