China said the constitution had been "continuously improved" since being adopted in 1954 by Mao Zedong, to whom Xi Jinping has been compared.
"Our laws should reflect the best scientific understanding of the world."
A new law requires diaper-changing stations in both men's and women's public restrooms, because dads are parents too.
Since the 1920s, Muslims in Greece were forced to go to spiritual leaders for family disputes.
Despite his bragging, Trump has signed just 94 bills into law.
The president spoke at the FBI Academy in Quantico.
John Dowd's claim he wrote the post on Trump's Twitter page "makes no sense," say legal experts.
The Emiratis have a mind-boggling plan for an interplanetary police mission.
The Senate Judiciary Committee had asked Natalia Veselnitskaya for information about her Trump Tower meeting.
Vitaliy Milonov also wants to ban Russians from transitioning from one gender to another.
The president can take action against an actual or imminent threat, but none exists so far, according to the New York City Bar Association.
Nissan workers earn $25 per hour, thanks to productivity gains, not monopoly power.
The lawsuit is in response to Jeff Sessions' threat to cut funding to sanctuary cities.
"We don't prosecute journalists for doing their jobs."
The online music store and promotional platform makes 15 percent from all digital sales, and 10 percent from all merchandise sales on the site.
Moscow has poured billions into a bridge set to open next year, but Ukraine is preparing a lawsuit against it.
Former U.S. officials say Scaramucci's recent comments indicate a breakdown in the democratic norms of the White House.
Poland is removing all statues and memorials to totalitarian regimes, including those to Soviet soldiers.