Elephants are self-aware, autonomous beings capable of expressing empathy towards others—traits that make them "legal persons," according to the Nonhuman Rights Project.
A group of more than 400 CEOs, doctors, lawyers and business owners is sending a letter to Capitol Hill that chastises the GOP for cutting taxes on the rich.
The United States is no longer funding a popular Obama-era program that helped feed the world's poorest people.
Kaepernick still hasn't been signed.
More than one-third of evangelicals said they were more likely to support Moore because of recent sexual assault allegations levied against him.
Will Warner Bros. ditch Brett Ratner's production company amid rising sexual assault charges?
The Warrior Canine Connection was told to leave its offices on two military campuses in late October.
Afghan journalist Parwiz Sapy went on air immediately after the attack was over in a show of resilience against the militant group.
Under Scottish law, consensual homosexual acts between men were considered a crime until 1981.
Doctors are much more likely to prescribe opioid medication to white patients than their black and Latino counterparts.
Defectors claim that 80 percent of trees planted near the test site die, that underground wells have been evaporated and that babies in the region are born with birth defects at alarming rates.
Syria announced its decision at the U.N. global climate talks in Bonn, Germany. This comes a month after Nicaragua changed course and came on board.
Trump on Monday false claimed during remarks to business leaders in Tokyo that construction for the controversial pipeline is underway, even though the project hasn't found buyers yet.
The ACLU is telling her to shake it off.
President Donald Trump's propensity for blocking his critics on Twitter is illegal, according to a new filing by a group of legal experts.
"I expect there's a good likelihood Jared Kushner will be indicted for money laundering, and then we're going to see how far this Russian involvement goes" Dean said on MSNBC.
The diversity visa was part of a major immigration law signed by a Republican president and backed by a bipartisan coalition of congressional representatives.
Based on the number of applicants at the time, Sayfullo Saipov had a 2 percent chance of getting a visa.
A teacher has been taken hostage by a male parent who barricaded into the classroom at an elementary school in Riverside, California, on Tuesday, police and local reports said.
A marketing firm in Tokyo is trying a new approach to entice its workers to put down the coffin nails and get to work.
"This case is truly unprecedented," says Michael Tan, staff attorney at the ACLU and Hernandez's lead counsel. "I have never seen Border Patrol and the ORR behave in this way."
This year's parade lineup includes hundreds of puppets, 53 marching bands, dancers, artists, and, of course, tens of thousands of New Yorkers dressed in their Halloween garb.
Mexico's avocado producers are prime targets for cartel extortion.
"It cannot be that North Korea is the only Korean country in the world that has nuclear weapons."
When will the NFL cease to be embroiled in political controversy?