Democratic vice presidential pick urges strengthened background checks, closing gun show loophole, limiting combat weapons and expanding mental health services.
Berlin and Vienna urged Turkey to show restraint after coup attempt.
Classifying misogynistic harassment as a hate crime will make people take it more seriously.
#BrexitJustice has pledged to "bring integrity back to British politics."
As the two music superstars—and Kim Kardashian—duke it out on social media, a legal storm may be brewing.
Historic attempts at equal representation prove that the devil is always in the detail.
Baptist minister Evan Mawarire has been arrested for calling "stay at home protests."
Women could fill the two top judicial posts in the country; Lord chief justice and president of the Supreme Court.
Ordinarily, libertarians rail against over-criminalization. Not with Hillary Clinton.
The rich, state officials and MPs are perceived as most likely to avoid legal punishment.
Certain features in the "typical mass shooter" have been identified but more investigation is needed.
The move comes amid growing outrage over sexual assault on U.S. college campuses.
The vote now needs to be approved by the Supreme Court.
Critics bashed the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana for its new bathroom policy, which was inspired by legislation in North Carolina.
Response to the refugee crisis has been inadequate.
A new draft demands state employees brief bosses on information they have shared online.
The rate of reported suicide attempts was higher for transgender people who said they had been denied access to bathrooms than it was for those who said they had not been, claims a new study.
Turkey's president's policy of prosecuting anyone who dares to criticize or mock him must be checked.
Pedestrians using their mobile phones could soon be fined and even jailed.
The bill has been inspired by Soviet legal framework, its author said.
German Klimenko insists U.S. companies will have to comply with Russian law eventually.