The state relies on thousands of incarcerated firefighters, some of whom are under 18, to stop the blazes.
By 1898, a great land empire had been forged through brutal conquest. Now the American gaze turned to foreign lands.
Across the nation, black, Latinx and Native American women—as well as members of the LGBTQ community—change the political landscape with midterm wins.
The Sunshine State overwhelmingly approves Amendment 4, which restores voting rights for 1.4 million state residents with past felony convictions.
Democratic newcomer Sharice Davids made history Tuesday, being elected as the nation's first LGBT Native American in Congress as her party clinched a number of key House races.
The climate of fear is frustrating for law enforcement personnel, who want victims to know they are there to protect women and children.
If the national ID system were the key to getting your health care and medications, there’d be no ability for the GOP to purge voters.
Voters are being bombarded with messages about the success of the tax reform law and the dangers of immigrants ahead of the election. What matters most is rising wealth inequality and deadly racism.