ACLU officials are scheduled to appear in court Thursday to block what they call discriminatory voter ID laws in Kansas. Two-thirds of US states now have some form of voter ID laws.
Tonight's televised event offers the Democratic hopefuls their last shared stage to define themselves and each other. Three topics are sure to crop up: experience, Wall Street ties, and New York-ness.
The coalition forces fighting Islamic State are ready to increase military action. Some analysts say more efforts toward reconstruction is now needed.
How does the Republican Party decide how many delegates each state will a have in the presidential nomination process? There's a method. But it doesn't give all primary voters an equal say – a fact that's drawing scrutiny in the wild 2016 race.
A judge delayed on Wednesday the state trial of Dylann Roof, who is facing the death penalty for allegedly killing nine black parishioners in a Charleston, S.C., church.
A judge dismissed all charges in a high-profile poaching case in Minnesota, based on a Supreme Court ruling about the Fourth Amendment and GPS tracking devices.
Ann Rodgers, 72, intended to drive to Phoenix to visit her relatives. But after her car ran out of gas, she found herself on a rare journey of survival.
A leaked draft of a report from Chicago's Task Force on Police Accountability found that the city's police department has a broken trust with Chicago citizens and should work to repair its problems with racism, accountability, and more.
Gov. Pat McCrory tried to address nationwide criticism over his state's recent HB 2 law with an executive order Tuesday, but his actions seem to only further fuel the opposition.