Here’s what you need to know about Texas gun laws.
A transgender inmate is suing a North Carolina prison over the right to practice witchcraft.
At 52 feet tall and more than 100 years old, Birmingham’s Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument stands at the center of a fiery legal dispute between the city and state.
Free agent NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick accepted the Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience Award on Saturday, as the human rights organization acknowledged his kneeling protests of racial injustice that launched a sports movement.
Red Alabama is the best state for the firearms industry when it comes to factors such as jobs and gun culture, while blue Rhode Island is the worst, according to the jobs website Zippia.
California’s voter registration card is undergoing an extensive makeover as part of a statewide effort to reduce confusion over party affiliation, state officials said.
Voter registration policies in Texas violate federal law, a judge ruled in an order unveiled Tuesday, marking another voting-rights legal setback for the state's government.
People from around the world are expected to come together Saturday for the March for Our Lives gun control rally in solidarity with the survivors of last month’s deadly school shooting in Florida.
The father of a boy who has Down syndrome filed a lawsuit last week against the Boy Scouts of America after the group allegedly blocked his son from becoming an Eagle Scout and revoked his merit badges that he worked two years to earn.
One of the things that first inspired me about America was the passion for localism, a driving force of the American Revolution and an idea enshrined in the Constitution.
A controversy in a St. louis suburb over the display of “In God We Trust” as a motto in the City Council chambers prompted hundreds of residents to rally in support of the sign on Wednesday after some residents and anti-religion groups complained.
A municipal assembly's vote to deny a request to hold a gay pride parade in northeastern Mississippi has drawn backlash from a civil liberties group.
Five people were arrested as fights broke out and at least one American flag was burned Saturday after a college Republican rally in Seattle drew counter-protesters.
Florida is unconstitutionally enforcing its ban on voting by ex-felons, an Obama-appointed federal judge ruled Thursday in a decision that could potentially upend this year’s elections.
Joy Villa turned up at the 60th Grammy Awards in a dress meant to make a statement.
Top Democrats are calling on Facebook and Twitter to investigate and release information behind potential Russian-linked accounts that are advocating for the release sealed congressional memo.
In what will be a historic vote, Floridians will be given the opportunity this November to decide if 1.5 million felons will be granted voting rights.
With all of these advances in technology, it’s hard to imagine this not having some impact on the way Americans are beginning to view the abortion debate. The impact can be measure in opinion polls.
Feminist activists say they are tossing out their famous pink “pussy hats” in an effort to be more inclusive and not to offend transgender women or women of color.
President Trump on Monday declared that the “American dream is roaring back to life,” arguing during a speech at a farming convention in Tennessee that the recent tax bill he signed into law will yield great benefits for the country’s farmers.