The reigning Miss America says she has been bullied, manipulated and silenced by the pageant’s current leadership, including Gretchen Carlson.
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A federal judge Friday asked U.S. government and the American Civil Liberties Union to address the rights of those separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.
In 2013, ProPublica published a series of reports finding that New York prosecutors are never punished for misconduct which lands innocents in prison.
The cause of investigative reporting, a crucial element of our democracy, benefits enormously from our country’s tradition of a free, unfettered press.
Some U.S. states have adopted technology to enable the federal government have access to state computer managing voter data to root out hackers.
Successes have empowered women but until they actually get a chance to make change, the U.S will never know what has been swept under the carpet.
The fate of President Donald Trump’s former campaign chief Paul Manafort is in the hands of the jury. Deliberations will start on Thursday.
Trump signed a $716 billion defense policy bill on Monday with watered down china measures that authorizes military spending.
Hawaii uses what is called an open primary system that allows any voter to vote in primaries regardless of how they are registered.
A law potentially violating the constitutional rights of Chris Anglin and Rebecca Edwards has been repealed by a North Carolina judge Monday.
- Judge Blocks Unjust North Carolina Ballot Access Law
- Reports of Florida Election Site Hacking Rankle Officials
- New Campaign Seeks Politicians to Take Stance On Election Reform
- California City to Use Unusual Cumulative Voting System
- Michigan Green Party Nominates Its Candidates
- Record Number Of Women Seeking Seats In US Congress
- Senator: Russia Has Breached Florida Election Systems
- Lawsuit Seeks Public Info About Controversial Voting Purge Letter
- FBI Task Force Sharing Information About Online Election Trolls
- Oregon Police Chief Orders Review of Use of Force at Protest
Kofi Annan,one of the world’s most celebrated diplomats,a symbol of the United Nations who was the first black African SG of the world body, has died.
The wife of a jailed Iranian dissident says her ailing husband’s doctor told prison officials they are putting his life in danger for refusing treatment.
Ugandan government is under pressure from human rights activists to explain pictures and reports of the brutal torture of legislators by security forces.
Juba refuse issuing the former president of the Central African Republic (CAR) a South Sudanese passport following a U.N. charge against Francois Bozize,
Google is planning a return to China. With the project in its early stages and shrouded in secrecy, employees are demanding transparency.
Turkey Finance Minister assured investors Thursday Turkey would emerge stronger from its currency crisis, insisting it could ride out a dispute with the US.
Ukraine prosecutor general on Tuesday said, it had demanded 15-Year Sentence for Ousted President “Viktor Yanukovych for betraying his nation to Russia
Dejen Ande Hishel an elite Eritrean fighter pilot. Trained in Russia and flew twin-engine MiG-29 Soviet jets during Eritrea’s war with Ethiopia in the 1990s.
Iran media focusing on Dervish minority says two of its editors received lengthy prison sentences for involvement in anti-government protests in February.
Panelists offer all sort of possible reasons for the prevailing protests in Iran, the sanctions and their implications, and difficulty managing the state.
- Exiled Jurists Symbolically Sentence Maduro to 18 Years
- A Brief Overview of Cuban Constitutions Since 1976
- Jailed Vietnamese Environmentalist Needs To Be Freed
- Paraguay’s New President Takes Office Promising Graft Fight
- Cuba Frees Leading Dissident Charged With Attempted Murder
- China Denies Detaining 1 Million In Muslim Re-Education Camps
- Brazil’s Jailed Lula Now Registered As Presidential Candidate
- President Urges Moving on After Zimbabwe Election Unrest
- South Korea Pledges Bold Step with North in Ending War
- Nicaragua Slashes Budget Because Of Unrest