Stuck in Limbo: How the Government Shutdown is Affecting Immigration Courts
Judges, attorneys, and migrants are only a few of the players involved.
More than a million convicted felons should be able to register to vote on Jan. 8 but some lawmakers say legal action is needed.
For decades, glossy covers and pages dense with advice and ads defined mainstream fashion — and also, feminism. But now some of those magazines are folding.
Puerto Rico has one of the highest rates of gender-based violence in the world.
Two men were arrested over the weekend in connection with the shooting.