Sanders told Iowans Saturday he believed convicted felons should be allowed to vote while incarcerated because "they're still living in American society."
"This isn't a joke, this is actually what Democratic presidential candidates are running on in 2020," the Trump Make America Great Again committee wrote in an email to supporters.
Impact felt of drastic increase in homicide between 2005 and 2015.
Almost half of Republicans agreed with Ocasio-Cortez's proposal, despite it being met with much criticism.
Public education workers are leaving their jobs at the fastest rate ever recorded by the Department of Labor.
"If you think about what the economy was like when President Obama took office, we were losing 750,000 jobs a month."
The impressive economy, which had so far boosted President Donald Trump, may not last.
"Better buckle up ... it could be a wild ride in 2018."
Smoking at bus stops, in cars near children, as well as vaping or puffing away on a hookah in cafes may soon be a thing of the past in Russia.
Coulter also said "nobody goes to prison" for pot possession.
A little boy was among the 36 people who were shot over the weekend, four of whom died.
Savers, travelers, foreign governments and more are helped by the quarter-point increase.
'Notable results' shown in 2016 under the revised childbirth policy, with the largest number of babies born since 2000.
Federal Reserve chair says an adjustment will 'likely be appropriate' after evaluating employment and inflation data.
Farmers can't find enough native-born Americans to pick crops.
Crime was highest in the South, with murder, manslaughter, rape, assault and property crimes dramatically higher than other regions.
The suicide rate for men in the farming, fishing and forestry industries in certain states is higher than that of veterans, two unrelated reports indicate.
Critics bashed the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana for its new bathroom policy, which was inspired by legislation in North Carolina.
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.
Violence has risen steadily in El Salvador since a 2012 truce between the country's two main gangs began to fall apart in 2014.