Nineteen states have passed legislation to make daylight saving time permanent. But those laws won't take effect until Congress makes it legal. And the medical community sees one major problem.
The start of pregnancy — as well as exactly when that happens — is a hot topic in some state legislatures and U.S. courts. Understanding the nuances of what happens when has never been more important.
The Republican-led House voted to expel Reps. Justin Jones and Justin Pearson for participating in a protest on the floor of the House over gun laws. A motion to remove Rep. Gloria Johnson failed.
As lawmakers met to debate House rules, one proposed requiring women to wear jackets. They ultimately passed a modified amendment (permitting cardigans), but not without vocal pushback from Democrats.
The justices have agreed to hear a case next term about how much power state legislatures have over how congressional and presidential elections are run. It could upend election laws across the U.S.
There are lots of questions about what happens now after the Supreme Court's ruling on Roe v. Wade. Here are six that have political implications.
The state's highest court said Tuesday that law enforcement can round up rogue legislators and bring them back to the state Capitol's House chambers.