"Our nonpartisan redistricting process in Iowa is considered one of the fairest in the nation," Iowa House Speaker Pat Grassley said in a statement.
Population loss provided an ambitious state Democratic party an opportunity to redraw boundaries that will favor their success for years to come.
The lawsuit claims that the current maps, which were drawn by Republicans and enacted by then-Governor Scott Walker in 2011, are unconstitutional.
Taiwan is following the bill's progress and will maintain its close ties with the U.S., a spokesperson told Newsweek.
The blazes that have been burning in California for more than a week are currently just 15 percent contained.
The City Of Los Angeles Fire Department said the fire was zero percent contained as of 9 p.m. local time.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said today that such analysis could prove critical for governments and healthcare experts in the U.S. to allocate their resources and conduct economic planning.
The map also lists other U.S. figures according to the state, including the number people who have been tested and the number of patients who have been hospitalized.
Residents of California and Texas, the nation's two most populous states, are among the map's outliers, searching for fruit salad and macaroni and cheese, respectively.
Google Maps has a new speed trap alert that drivers are finding pretty handy. Find out what the alert means, how to report speed traps you've found and more.
The storm was expected to begin as early as Friday night in the Midwest and Central Plains.
The snow storm would likely hit Monday night.
Mandatory evacuation orders began being issued on Monday—beginning with Dare County, North Carolina.
Coagulated volcanic spatter has created a 200 feet cone that should last for thousands of years.
Plumes of acid rain, vog and lava continue to plague Hawaii's Big Island.
This question was the focus of a post that set Reddit alight.
"The momentum behind marijuana law reform will not only continue but increase as we head into 2018."
"In a sense, we see the birth of what would be the start of what we would come to know as the Americas."
Users can now explore the ISS in a 360-degree view, courtesy of an astronaut at the European Space Agency.
The mapping service has expanded its reach to include "one of the largest boiling lava lakes in the world."