(WASHINGTON) -- A bill named after Army specialist Vanessa Guillen, who was allegedly murdered at the Fort Hood Army base last year, will be reintroduced Thursday in Washington, D.C. Guillen, 20, was allegedly killed by another soldier at the Killeen, Texas, base on April 22,... Read More.
(WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) -- Gov. Ron DeSantis created new controversy around Florida's already controversial new election law Thursday, apparently giving exclusive access to the signing ceremony to Fox News and barring other media outlets from covering the event at the Hilton in West... Read More.
(AUSTIN, Texas) -- After weeks of debate and political maneuvering, the nation's next showdown over state voting rights lands in Texas on Thursday, when the Republican-backed House Bill 6 -- which seeks to revise the state's election laws -- heads to a floor vote. As... Read More.
A bill that would have honored Brothers Osborne band mate TJ Osborne -- the first openly gay country artist ever to be signed to a major label -- reached an impasse this week when Republican Tennessee representative Jeremy Faison used his power as the... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Bill and Melinda Gates announced Monday that they are divorcing after nearly three decades of marriage but said they will keep working together at their private charitable foundation, one of the largest in the world. "After a great deal of thought and... Read More.
(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) -- Despite the push from activists, corporate leaders and Democrats to reject legislation imposing new restrictions on voting, late Thursday, the Florida legislature passed an omnibus election bill that, among other things, limits ballot drop boxes compared to current law. The state Senate... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A bill designed to change how Arizona's early voting list works was voted down in the Republican-led state Senate where it was originally expected to pass. SB 1485, would have dissolved the word "permanent" from references to the state's early voting list,... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A bill for D.C. statehood passed the House on a vote of 216-208 and heads to the Senate, where it has 45 co-sponsors but an uphill battle for passage. This is the second time the bill has passed -- the first time was... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate voted 94-1 in favor of an amended bill aimed at combatting the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes. Sponsored by Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, the legislation takes relatively modest steps to equip law enforcement and communities to better deal with the rise... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A bipartisan group of Congressional lawmakers proposed a new bill Wednesday that would ban federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies from buying user data collected from smartphones, social media and other digital sources from third-party data brokers. The “The Fourth Amendment Is Not... Read More.