The figure wears her signature eyeglasses "to see through the GOP's bull."
Twin sisters, who were kicked off their sports teams, fought rules against braids they felt were racist. The Massachusetts AG told the school to stop the discriminatory rules.
And what about shielding undocumented immigrants from deportation?This article first appeared on the Verdict site. The November 2016 election and its aftermath have generated significantly more interest in—and hopefully awareness of—not just individual rights but also of American constitutional structures and processes.
U.S. laws already prohibit federal money from being used for abortion, but currently allow the Medicaid low-income health program to cover other services.
Users are posting photos of Mother Teresa, Malala Yousafzai and other iconic women after Republicans silenced the Massachusetts senator.
Ahead of this weekend's playoff games, longtime Patriots' fans are foregoing their allegiance because of President Donald Trump.
Warren and others are criticizing Trump for a lack of diversity—both gender and racial—in his Cabinet picks.
Eight financial firms with contracts to manage state pension assets have bypassed anti-corruption rules to help fund groups backing a ballot question that would expand charter schools.
The decision is a temporary victory for gun rights activists.
Will the party line up behind Trump, or are we witnessing the end of the modern GOP?
A police officer was rushed to Boston Medical Center on Friday morning after being shot in the leg by a suspected drug dealer.
Stephen Silva was convicted of giving a firearm to Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Tsarnaev's legal team said the convicted bomber doesn't deserve the death sentence.
The Boston Red Sox slugger, who has played for the team since 2003, asked his fans to remember him as "part of the family."
Two of the four buildings that were evacuated after an "unconfirmed bomb threat" have reopened.
One of the suicide bombers was found with a passport purported to be Syrian.
A Massachusetts verdict confirms what an Ohio court ruled last year: The First Amendment always applies.
Other infamous convicts, including the "Shoe Bomber," also are housed at the Colorado prison.
Alexander Ciccolo reportedly told an FBI agent everyone in the United States is an enemy.