Law

Extradition: The Road Ahead for Julian Assange

The Justice Department defines extradition, a powerful tool wielded by the U.S. abroad, as "the formal process by which a person found in one country is surrendered to another country for trial or punishment."

Richard Dawkins Accused of Bigotry After 'Cancer' Tweet

Renowned atheist author Richard Dawkins ridiculed reports the predominately Muslim nation of Brunei plans to make homosexuality punishable by death, provoking his critics to once again accuse him of anti-Islamic "bigotry."

State Rep. Says Free Prison Tampons Like a Country Club

During a hearing on a bill to make free tampons, sanitary pads and menstrual cups a right for Maine's female prisoners, Republican lawmaker Richard Pickett of Dixfield said that risked turning prisons into country clubs.

Venezuela: Guaidó Faces Police, Maduro Promises Victory

"At this moment, there are police special forces in my house," self-declared national leader Juan Guaidó said as Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro touted his military and spoke of a "coup d'état orchestrated by imperialism."

How to Improve Vaccination Rates in America

Changing the current system to make it more difficult to get an exemption could improve vaccination rates.

Lawmakers Push Bill to Allow Guns in Churches

After more than 30 minutes of debate on the Senate of Virginia floor, Bill 1024, titled Place of Religious Worship; Carrying Dangerous Weapon, passed, with 21 senators in favor and 19 opposed.

Is Mueller Report Coming Soon?

A legal expert on "Fox & Friends" speculated that special counsel Robert Mueller could soon wrap up his investigation.

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