The bill will jail any librarian who hosts drag queen story hours or allows children to check out books featuring LGBTQ or explicitly sexual topics for up to a year.
At the March for Life, the president said that New York and Virginia laws permit abortion "all the way up until the moment of birth."
Tilli Buchanan may have to register as a sex offender after being charged with lewdness for being topless in her own home in the presence of her stepchildren.
Legal expert Alan Dershowitz retracted remarks from 1998 saying that impeachment does not require a crime, insisting that his current defense of President Donald Trump is "correct today."
The Harvard Law emeritus professor told "Larry King Live" impeachment was like a "non-violent revolution" and the "most dramatic act of undoing democracy."
San Antonio is trying to keep Chick-fil-A out of its airport due to the restaurant chain's alleged anti-LGTBQ views.
Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan referred to Kathrine Nicole Jett as "he" throughout his advisory opinion on her motion filing.
The ruling has drawn criticism from experts who cite multiple studies which show the phones do not generate enough energy to cause tumors.
Ten counts of possession of child pornography have been levied against a 69-year-old middle school teacher.
A Florida man tried to get harassment charges dropped against himself by posing as the prosecutor in his case—and now may be going to jail for decades.
Governor JB Pritzker has pardoned over 11,000 former drug offenders ahead of Illinois legalizing the drug in 2020.
An Ohio woman stands accused of punching another woman in the head on Christmas Day for wishing her "Merry Christmas."
Mobile, Alabama's police chief has released an apology after a photograph of two of the city's officers holding what they called a "homeless quilt"—a raft of cardboard signs taped together, allegedly taken from the homeless people they'd arrested—went viral.
Seattle families were notified of changes to school policy. To attend school, students must be fully vaccinated, in the process of doing so, or have a signed Certificate of Exemption.
After nine Mormons—three women and six children—were murdered by the side of a Mexican road in November, a national outcry erupted. Now a police chief has been arrested over his ties to the crime.
"It's really heartbreaking... the same thing that she was trying to be vocal about happened to her," said a friend of the victim.
A Louisiana-based couple faces prison time after participating in a growing trend involving skateboarding on freeways. Their goal: to recreate a skateboarding stunt filmed on the same bridge in the 1970s.
Demetrius Johnson has become the twentieth person exonerated of a crime for which he was allegedly framed by a retired police detective from Chicago, Reynaldo Guevara.
The U.S. Senate passed a bill that will allow emotional assistance animals in courtrooms nationwide.
"These are nominees that we're seeing who are not just inimical to LGBT protections but to civil rights generally," a senior attorney with Lambda Legal said.
Pets that are being leased or rented to own may soon be a thing of the past in Florida and Michigan, which are both seeking to end the practice in their states.
A Toronto judge has ordered the case of a man who claimed his employer discriminated against him because he was straight reopened.
Joseph Cecil Vandevere faces up to five years in prison for making threats against Qasim Rashid, a former Virginia senate candidate.
After Stanford law professor Pamela S. Karlan spoke in less than flattering terms about the conduct of President Donald Trump in Wednesday's House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings, Fox News' Tucker Carlson exploded in a rant branding her a "moron" who "needs a shrink."
Four legal experts were called to testify at Wednesday's House Judiciary Committee impeachment inquiry hearing. They are all well-qualified constitutional law experts.
As House Democrats continue their impeachment inquiry, here's a look at what the legal experts said Wednesday and before former President Clinton's hearing in 1998.
Elie Honig explained on CNN to explain why President Donald Trump does not need to have committed a crime to be impeached.
Neal Katyal also claimed that the evidence for the impeachment of President Donald Trump was "all there" and compared further administration staffer testimonies to gravy.
The new piece of legislation will allow law enforcement to prosecute people carrying out acts of cruelty against animals. Anyone who breaks the law will face a hefty fine and a jail sentence of up to 7 years.
Las Vegas' city council voted Wednesday unanimously to ban toy and replica guns from the entertainment district, but maintains the city's open carry policy for real weapons.