The president literally walked out of a meeting with legislators discussing the shutdown, his favorite agency is suing him, and no one is making sure our food is safe anymore.
In the midterm elections, Florida voters passed an amendment re-enfranchising former felons with an overwhelming majority. Today, they can finally register.
In a devastating blow, a U.S. court ruled in favor Friday of the administration’s ban against transgender individuals serving in the military.
Newly elected St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell made firing assistant prosecutor Kathi Alizadeh his
Only days into his administration, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is already planning to hand over vast areas of the rainforest to the agribusiness sector.
The president has said that he will accept nothing less than $2.5 billion in funding for his border wall, adding that the shutdown could continue for “a long time.”
The president is digging his heels in (free of bone-spurs, by the way) around border-wall funding, increasing the length of the government shutdown.
Federal workers are beginning to feel the weight of an extend shutdown, and there doesn’t appear to be any relief in sight.
Therese Patricia Okoumou, the woman who scaled the Statue of Liberty on July 4 in protest of immigrant detention, has been found guilty of multiple federal crimes.
World leaders finally agreed on how to measure countries’ climate commitments at the COP24 climate conference, but have no strategy to fight climate change itself.