The two bills seek legal clarification for the practice of "stealthing," the non-consensual removing of a condom during intercourse.
Police captured a man who allegedly stole more than a dozen firearms and mailed the president an anti-government, anti-religion manifesto.
The Trump budget abandons community policing and boosts military spending.
Modern bootleggers are profiting from the opportunities politicians have handed them.
A new HBO documentary tells the horror story of a childhood friendship gone awry, and an obsession with a meme that ended in attempted murder.
Even voters' racism must be ignored if we are to avoid a one-party state.
Sykes wrote an opinion that ruled for employers in the fight over Obamacare's contraceptive mandate.
Many voted Trump because he ran as a Republican and they favor Republican policies.
Recount continues in Wisconsin while Michigan's may start this week; Stein to rally at Trump Tower Monday.
Newsweek speaks with a voting rights attorney who has assisted the recount effort, slammed by Donald Trump as a 'scam.'
Democrat's campaign counsel says there's an obligation to support the effort, which Trump derides as a 'scam,' despite failing to uncover any electoral abnormalities.
Former presidential candidate says she's concerned about the integrity of the vote in the swing state.
Stein is also fundraising for two other recounts—all are states where Donald Trump narrowly won.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court had halted a special prosecutor's investigation into whether conservative groups colluded with Walker's campaign to evade finance laws.
Riots broke out after an armed suspect was shot and killed while fleeing from police.
Protesters fire guns, hurl bricks in clash with police after an unidentified man was shot and killed while fleeing officers.
Federal judge rules that the then-teen was coerced into a murder confession, as shown on the popular Netflix series.
North Carolina law scrapped by federal appeals court targeted "African Americans with almost surgical precision."
Yes. Think Tim Kaine (from Virginia) for Hillary, or Scott Walker (from Wisconsin) for Trump.
Eric Garner died in New York City in 2014 after being placed in an apparent chokehold by a police officer.
The next big test in stopping the billionaire frontrunner will be New York, the state he calls home.