The Senate is set to consider the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. It would shield voters from racial discrimination at the ballot box.
Defendant parties urged Judge Marie Avery Moses, Democrat-appointed, to dismiss the lawsuit under Colorado’s anti-SLAPP law.
Advocates in support of voting rights and election reform in the Senate have planned a sustained campaign for the upcoming weeks.
Pro-democracy protests have erupted in Eswatini, months after authorities used tear gas to put down a previous round of rallies.
Biden’s ‘summit of democracies’ is to counter China’s aggression. But he must be careful not to invite wannabe dictators to the meeting.
Amid intensifying ideological confrontation with Washington, Xi Jinping has said China has a ‘democratic’ system of government.
In the light of the rapid developments in Artificial Intelligence, an ex-Kremlin mastermind has predicted a future of ‘humanless democracies’.
Faced with harsh criticism, Macron vowed open examination of colonial past. “We must accept and shoulder this obligation,” he stated.
A trial on the assassination of Burkina Faso’s president Thomas Sankara began Monday more than three decades after he was killed.
A new Senate report lays out how former Donald Trump and a top Justice Department official attempted to sway the 2020 election.