The inauguration of president Joe Biden marked a moment of shared relief. But the threats posed under Trump's presidency are still as urgent as ever, writes Huck's politics editor, Ben Smoke.
Photographer Wil Sands headed down to DC on the day Joe Biden was sworn in as President, capturing BLM protests and tight security on the otherwise eerily quiet streets.
Bolstered by the Capitol riots, this week, pro-gun activists, Boogaloo Boys, and Trump supporters gathered in their thousands for Lobby Day in Virginia.
In response to far-right bigotry, queer gun owners have been taking what they see as necessary steps to protect themselves.
In Philadelphia, grassroots operations in communities of colour helped Biden secure the presidency. Now, they're determined to ensure the next four years bring real change.
We hear the stories of immigrants and activists on the frontlines of resistance to the Trump administration’s racist border regime – and ask if a Biden presidency could ever mark an end to the injustices.
Last week, San Francisco residents cast their ballots in a most unusual location. Huck spoke to some of them to find out why this year was a moment to vote like your life depended on it.
The site of a bizarre post-election press conference on the outskirts of Philadelphia has become a place of pilgrimage for all those glad to see the end of Trump’s presidency.
Donald Trump is lagging behind in the polls ahead of this week's election, but yesterday the Make America Great Again vehicle parade was out in force.