The first Latina on the U.S. Supreme Court will be awarded the 2015 Katharine Hepburn Medal, a prize for women who have made efforts to change the world.
A bill is languishing in the U.S. Senate that, if passed, could lead to the creation of a National Women's History Museum on or near the National Mall in Washington, D.C. But two Republican senators are standing in the way.
The Sunlight Foundation released a study on the FCC Open Internet comments this week. What did they find? An overwhelming majority of the public is in favor of Net Neutrality, unsurprisingly.
Immigration law experts have sent a letter to the White House reassuring President Barack Obama that he has the legal authority to issue executive orders on the immigration crisis.
The number of undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. has been stagnant since the recession, and estimates indicate "no sign" of a migration increase.
The gubernatorial race has narrowed in Alaska as two candidates merged their campaigns against incumbent Republican Gov. Sean Parnell.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney are leading polls in the first state scheduled to host a 2016 presidential referendum: Iowa.
Congressional districts redrawn by the Republican-dominated Texas Legislature were made to weaken Democrats in the state and not to affect black and Latino voters, according to Texas' special litigation chief Patrick Sweeten. The Department of Justice and the Obama administration claimed the 2011 redrawing of the state's congressional districts, supported by Gov. Rick Perry, were meant to discriminate against minority voters.
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