An exclusive analysis shows an increase in legislative activity related to sanctuary jurisdictions, which comes as Trump has pushed back against such designations.
Sessions wants to undo the amendment that prevents the Justice Department from spending money to prosecute those in line with state medical marijuana laws.
At least four states in addition to Georgia still have rape laws on the books that define the crime using language that excludes some victims, according to a Newsweek review.
State assistance programs can make life bearable again for caregivers in remote areas struggling to provide around-the-clock help.
Cambridge Analytica has bragged about the role it played in helping Trump win the election.
The state was supposed to distribute a portion of the millions of dollars generated from taxed marijuana sales to schools and police departments, among others.
North Korea has issued another warning to the United States.
President Donald Trump and Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel will hold a joint press conference at 1:20 p.m. Eastern time.
Republicans back legal recreational marijuana, but Attorney General Jeff Sessions has other ideas.
Diplomats from Ukraine and five other former Communist countries rallied for the U.S. Senate's backing.
Despite Trump's staggering disapproval rating, his core supporters are standing firmly by his side.
Traditionally conservative localities frame their measures as resource protection and tout the economic benefits of a cleaner environment.
Senators Ben Cardin and John McCain have introduced a bipartisan bill.
Pennsylvania, Washington and Hawaii are discussing how to best combat Trump's order that bans immigration from seven Muslim-majority nations.
European integration was an outcome of America's rebuilding of Europe after World War II.
The national tour will reach at last 43 cities across 14 states in six weeks and end on Election Day.
There are 1 million Americans of Ukrainian descent in Philadelphia, Detroit and Cleveland, critical places that Trump will need to win.