Before she was sworn in as US attorney general last month, Loretta Lynch had been investigating FIFA for years as the US attorney for the Eastern District of New York.
On Wednesday, Nebraska lawmakers voted 30 to 19 to override Gov. Pete Ricketts’ veto and abolish the death penalty.
The Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities project aims to promote emerging technologies that increase independence for people living with disabilities.
The month of May has seen the most number of homicides in Baltimore since 1999, even as local officials struggle to forge lasting peace in the beleaguered community.
It’s debatable whether liberals are a strong force in US national politics. But it's much more likely they’re increasingly powerful within the Democratic Party itself.
The Cleveland Police Department, under intense scrutiny for recent police shootings of unarmed African-Americans, has agreed to begin a lengthy reform process under Justice Department oversight.
Presidential campaign supporter material has grown exponentially over the decades. It's so much more than just lapel buttons and bumper stickers.