Women now hold a record number of state legislature seats—but a Newsweek analysis found that we're still more than 100 years away from parity in state houses.
"I think my voice should have been heard then, and I'll still fight for it to be heard now," Rachel Crooks said.
Citizens in a small Michigan town are battling Nestle Water over claims that the company's water extraction techniques are ruining the river.
"I come from the Joseph A. Bank wing of the West Wing," Vice President Mike Pence noted.
Pelosi, along with other Democrats, showed visible disdain during Trump's State of the Union address.
"It's not just on you. It's now going in and having to tell the president of the United States, 'Hey, I embarrassed myself, your administration and in some cases, I think did something the American people are not pleased with,'" Spicer explained.
He allegedly threatened a female freelance photographer, telling her she would never work for his magazine after she rejected his flirtatious behavior.
Democrats "don't understand what happens," Bernie Marcus said, talking about the new tax law's impact.
Donald McGahn was interviewed by Mueller in early December.
The attorney general "will get no help at all from state or local police" on marijuana prosecution if these Democrats succeed.
"She couldn't say anything, and I tried to call her name over and over and over, and she never responded," said her mother.
"You don't suffer some of the wounds these patients suffered and just move on with life," he said.
"When Republicans can't win at the ballot box, they rig the election system to hold Texans back," the deputy executive director for Texas Democrats told Newsweek.
Haitians protested President Donald Trump with a voodoo ceremony and by burning signs and throwing rocks.
California began accepting applications for new identification cards Monday that will eventually be mandatory across the U.S.
In the government shutdown blame game, politicians are accusing one another of holding CHIP hostage. Here's everything to know about that program.
Trump is scheduled to deliver his second presidential address on January 30.
Only a handful of states have legislation to require radon checks in schools.
"I strongly suspect that the funds have just been wasted away. I mean, there was no reason in the world the Trump Inaugural Committee needed to raise $107 million," a government affairs lobbyist for Public Citizen says.
"If we were to make an apology, that would suggest that we have done something wrong," the company said.
"It doesn't matter if you're liberal or conservative," an independence movement leader said. "If you're Californian, everyone is concerned about the nature of the state."
President Donald Trump is "not my cup of tea," said incoming New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy.
When asked how long the process takes, Grassley responded: "Uh, it takes a long time."
"Trump has the reputation of being ignorant and impulsive," a Norwegian professor said.
"It's been so devastating and hard as a family just dealing with not knowing," Marion's mother Nancy Minoui told Newsweek.