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Jacinda Ardern

  1. online extremism
    White House Refuses to Sign Accord to Fight Online Extremism After ChristchurchThe administration said that the “best tool to defeat terrorist speech is productive speech,” which is about as helpful as “thoughts and prayers.”
  2. engagements
    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Is EngagedShe’s been wearing an engagement ring since Easter.
  3. christchurch massacre
    New Zealand Bans Assault Weapons Less Than a Week After ChristchurchPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the ban of military-style weapons and high-capacity magazines, and a buyback plan to get them off the streets.
  4. christchurch massacre
    New Zealand Bans Assault Weapons Less Than a Week After ChristchurchPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the ban of military-style weapons and high-capacity magazines, and a buyback plan to get them off the streets.
  5. christchurch massacre
    In New Zealand, Only One Mass Shooting Is Necessary for Gun Reform to BeginAfter 50 were killed by a gunman in Christchurch, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that major gun reform would be made public within ten days.
  6. babies!
    New Zealand Prime Minister Becomes Second Woman to Give Birth While in Office“I am not the first woman to work and have a baby; there are many women who have done this before.”
  7. politics
    Jacinda Ardern Is Furious About Being Compared to TrumpShe told the Today show that a 2017 Wall Street Journal tweet comparing her immigration policy to Donald Trump’s made her “extremely angry.”
  8. politics
    Creepy Journalist Asks Pregnant New Zealand PM About Conceiving Her BabyAh, the joys of being a woman in politics.
  9. boom
    New Zealand Prime Minister Roasts Trump“No one marched when I was elected.”
  10. i like this cat's life
    New Zealand’s ‘First Cat’ Has Opposable Thumbs and a Fan BaseMeet Paddles.
  11. elections
    New Zealand Elects Youngest-Ever Female Prime MinisterJacinda Ardern, the leader of the Labour Party, became prime minister this morning.