Charlotte Alter

Time magazine

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Writer covering women, culture, politics and breaking news for Time magazine

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A closer look at some of the trends reshaping political behavior on the left.

Pragmatic but still undecided

A closer look at some of the trends reshaping political behavior on the left.

from Left, Right & Center

Are we there yet? It's been a rough week.

We're in the midterms home stretch

Are we there yet? It's been a rough week.

from Left, Right & Center

Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the first woman president, but many self-styled "feminists" are not supporting her candidacy.

The Politics of Feminism: It's Not All about Gender

Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the first woman president, but many self-styled "feminists" are not supporting her candidacy.

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Starting Wednesday night, LA County will require restaurants to stop outdoor dining, which local health officials have linked to an uptick in new coronavirus cases.

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On Sunday, Nov. 8, about 200 Trump supporters lined up on Santa Monica Blvd., protesting that the Democratic party stole the presidential election from Donald Trump.

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Publicly-funded media models make a lot of Americans nervous, but Victor Pickard argues it may be the only way to repair our tattered democracy.

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President Trump’s legal remedies to overturn the election continue to fail, but does it even matter?

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Governor Gavin Newsom just announced a mandatory stay-at-home order for most of the state from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. This begins Saturday and will last for one month.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Even before the election, the president was questioning the legitimacy of the voting process. Now, as votes are still being counted, we're watching democracy in action.

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