A bill that would require the fathers of unborn children to approve abortions is under consideration in Oklahoma, in a move seen by pro-life advocates as an attempt to bring men back into the parenting fold but by pro-choice activists as an unconstitutional provision that takes autonomy away from women.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum announced Tuesday the federal government is moving in to accelerate the cleanup at the Dakota Access protest camp before the snowmelt turns the area into an “environmental disaster.”
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Recent comments from the White House about potentially cracking down on legal marijuana sales in several states have advocates on guard.
Nationwide, some Republican governors are grumbling about the new healthcare proposal being floated by Republicans in Congress and the Trump administration to replace Obamacare.
President Trump said Tuesday that he was “proud” to support House Republicans’ plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, asserting that his party was committed to seeing the plan through.
Illinois Republican Rep. John Shimkus caused a stir on social media after asking why men should have to pay for prenatal care while debating a healthcare plan.
Judge orders asylum seeker with brain tumor freed on bail
A "Dreamer" was detained in Mississippi by immigration agents after speaking out about her hope that immigrants be given a path to citizenship.
Supreme Court says racial bias in juries may call for new trials
Rex Tillerson has become the incredibly shrinking Secretary of State
Attorneys for Daniela Vargas, a “Dreamer” detained by immigration agents after speaking publicly about her family’s plight, are trying to prevent her from being deported without a court hearing.
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The Kansas Supreme Court on Thursday ordered the state to increase its spending on public schools, but it didn't say by how much.
The legalizing pot bandwagon continues to roll—but this time it’s fueled by lawmakers—and they’re doing so not as an expression of lifestyle or freedom, but for the cash.
When the letter arrived from a Texas pipeline company asking permission to enter his land, Alan Zipperer refused to allow surveyors onto his property.
North Korea's latest volley of missile tests put new pressure on a preoccupied Trump administration Monday to identify how it will counter leader Kim Jong Un's