by Justin Salhani Jul 25, 2015
Poe first proposed this bill just two days after the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 25, 2015
The events that would follow, if Oklahoma refused to obey a federal court order commanding them to release an incarcerated abortion doctor, could resemble a miniature Civil War.
by Bryce Covert Jul 25, 2015
A class action lawsuit against American au pair agencies claims that their stipends, which can amount to just $4.35 an hour, are illegally kept low.
by Alan Pyke Jul 25, 2015
A man who wants to be president thinks that The Roots make needlessly vulgar, intellectually empty "garbage."
by Judd Legum Jul 25, 2015
He's not as crazy as you think.
Intervenors in the case include an HIV-positive man and a woman with AIDS who feared that they would be denied "timely access to their prescription medications" if the court sided with these plaintiffs.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 24, 2015
"The percent daily value shows how much a nutrient in a food contributes to a daily diet and would help consumers make informed choices for themselves and their families."
by Emily Atkin Jul 24, 2015
The evolution of what would otherwise be a damning attack on the former secretary of state.
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 24, 2015
From rotten eggs to urination, here's a round-up of of the more outrageous plans Kenyans have been working up ahead of Obama's first visit to their country as president.
by Kira Lerner Jul 24, 2015
The Louisiana governor's A+ rating from the NRA means he views two recent shootings very differently.