The Trump administration's actions in Chicago are indicative of a broader 'paradigm shift' from the prior administration on the matter of criminal justice reform.
With the passage of the amendment, Floridians with prior felony convictions will now have their voting rights automatically restored after completing probation and parole - bringing…
A study from Loyola University Law School found only 31 credible allegations of voter fraud out of more than one billion ballots cast between 2000 and 2014 - or 0.00000003 percent of votes.
The Constitution is the highest law in the land and no executive order or act of Congress can supersede it.
A majority of Americans believe that a major third party is needed and that the current two-party system doesn’t do an adequate job of representing the people
A judge in a U.S. District Court ordered the state to stop throwing out ballots without giving voters an opportunity to contest the determination and confirm their identity.
The Globe Post interviewed Hecht about his vision for a more equitable economy and the possibility of revitalizing communities that have been left behind.
Jair Bolsonaro, an ex-army officer who has repeatedly expressed support for Brazil's former dictatorship, leads the polls and is poised to win a second round of voting later this month.
Prior to Zakir’s interview, no Chinese official had confirmed the existence of the camps, where an estimated one million Uighur Muslims are held against their will
Since January, aid has been blocked from reaching the al-Rubkan refugee camp near the border of Jordan and Iraq, where some 55,000 internally displaced persons have found refuge from the…
Lara Alqasem's hearing before the Israeli Supreme Court is set for Wednesday
Whether or not Congressional outrage over the journalist's disappearance will have any meaningful impact on U.S. policy remains to be seen.
"The Democratic Party has a losing tactic and that’s why we’re working to transform it."
The judge found there is evidence that Trump 'harbors an animus against non-white, non-European aliens' which influenced his decision to end the TPS designations.
A new study finds that Party polarization in the U.S. Congress is even worse than most people think.
Despite making the reduction of prescription drug prices a top priority for his administration, President Donald Trump on Monday said that the new North American trade agreement will prevent…
Nationally, more than 6 million people, including one in 13 African Americans, have lost their right to vote. Comparatively, only one in 56 non-black adults is disenfranchised.
The poll marks the first time a plurality of Americans have opposed a Supreme Court nominee since polling began on the issue.
Conflicts, climate change-related weather events and displacement are leading to high levels of food insecurity in 39 countries.
The latest round of tariffs imposed by both countries could come with a “significant economic cost,” IMF spokesperson Gerry Rice said at a briefing.