What was it like to be at Hilary Clinton's election night party? Or at Donald Trump's? We talk to two campaign surrogates about their experiences on that fateful night.
The heated nature of 2016's election split families apart, when it wasn't bining them together. We talk to two different clans with two very different political points of view about how they spent 2017 election night.
What did last 2016's election night look like from the bluest of counties-and the most deeply red? We talked to a man from New York City and a man from West Virginia to learn about their experiences.
He lost nothing and fled. She lost everything and stayed. After surviving the 2018 Woolsey fire, record exec Damon Dash and lifelong Malibu resident LisaJo McGee developed very differing views on the value of home.
A great way to earn money or a pyramid scheme? Both Carly and Roberta sold clothes for controversial MLM (multi-level marketing) company LulaRoe, but see why one calls it a healthy outlet and one became an anti-MLM advocate.
Sisterhood is more than skin deep. Half-sisters Jazmin and Timeisha are both proud to be Black, but having different skin tones means being impacted by prejudice in different ways. But they share one identical trait: they’ve got each other’s backs.
- Nicole Michaelis, Orla Manning
- Nicole Michaelis, Orla Manning, Kimberly Selden