Trafficking advocates say one of the best ways to give victims a true second chance is through a legal tool known as vacatur--which completely erases any criminal record they may be carrying from their time under the control of a trafficker.
The attorney general of Montana has invited Chick-fil-A to open more restaurants in his state after two other states have taken actions to block the food chain over its biblical values.
People in Nevada can now get a driver's license or ID card with an "X" for their gender instead of "M" for male or "F" for female.
The Earth's north magnetic pole has been moving from its old location in Northern Canada towards Siberia. And there is a growing concern among scientists that the weakening of the Earth's magnetic field could someday cause its north and south poles to flip. And that could lead to global chaos.
This month may have seen the initial judicial step in overturning the landmark abortion case, Roe v. Wade. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has signed into state law one of the most restrictive pro-life bills in the United States: SB 23, otherwise known as the "heartbeat bill."
Multi-platinum selling and award-winning group Hillsong United debuted a song from their latest album this week on ABC's "Good Morning America." The Australian band performed their single, "Good Grace," from their new album called, "United People."
As calls to pursue impeachment in a Democrat-held House spill onto the campaign trail, Speaker Pelosi (D-CA) is pushing fellow Democrats to call for more oversight and more investigation of President Donald Trump.
Many of the suicide bombers who killed more than 350 people in a series of coordinated Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka were highly educated and came from well-off families, the junior defense minister said Wednesday.
The White House is pushing back against congressional investigations, with President Trump saying he is against White House aides testifying to Congress. The Trump administration is planning to fight in court against a subpoena issued to former White House counsel Don McGahn.
High school students are being taught US history from a textbook that focuses on arguments made by Hillary Clinton's supporters, labeling Donald Trump as mentally ill and racist, and his supporters as white and angry.