Schoolchildren across the world skipped classes Friday to protest the lack of global action against climate change.
Iowa’s abortion ban — the most restrictive in the country — was just struck down, and New York is working to protect women’s access to the procedure even if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Jason Van Dyke, the former Chicago police officer who shot 16-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times, received a sentence of six years and nine months for the murder.
Yesterday, the most diverse Congress in United States history was sworn in, with more than 100 women serving in the House for the first time ever.
The Great March of Return marked its 40th consecutive week last Friday since the peaceful protest began March 30 last year.
Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old Swedish activist, confronted the global members of the COP24 climate conference over their inaction on climate change.
A stark hypocrisy was revealed recently as world leaders gather in Poland for a climate conference only to indulge in meat-heavy meals.
Ahead of next week’s climate talks, the U.N. has released a report warning that the world’s nations are dangerously behind on their climate commitments.
The Ohio House of Representatives is considering passing a bill that would outlaw abortions and institute the death penalty for those who receive or administer them.
Jemel Roberson was subduing an active shooter at a bar in a neighborhood outside Chicago when he was shot by the police officers who are blaming him for his death.