The announcement tees up a fight between the United Food and Commercial Workers and rideshare giants like Uber and Lyft.
Since their governors' offices flipped to Democrat, New Mexico and Nevada have paved the way on gun reform.
The 20th anniversary of the massacre has prompted an increase in security concerns as devout "Columbiners" flock to the campus.
Netflix, Disney, CBS, NBC, Sony, and Showtime have threatened to end production in Georgia after the state passed a bill outlawing abortion after six weeks.
As Republican legislatures pass bills limiting reproductive rights, women are being forced to travel farther from home to obtain the care they need.
Experts say the initiative does not "have much teeth to it" but that it does not run contrary to the First Amendment.
The vote comes amid concerns that the technology violates civil liberties and is subject to racial biases.
As Uber went public and drivers went on strike, we talked to an expert about the gig economy and the future of work.
In Illinois and Wisconsin, laws restricting post-incarceration name changes are leaving trans people with government IDs that don't align with their gender identities.
An extremism scholar discusses the ways in which journalism has been hijacked by bad faith actors in the wake of the Poway and Christchurch shootings.
The tech giant announced the $3-5 billion fine alongside an 8 percent annual usership increase.
Bernie Sanders supports expanding the U.S franchise to people in prison. Pete Buttigieg does not. Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris are unsure.
A bill in the California assembly would effectively prevent the program from operating in the state, if passed.
The Democratic presidential hopeful has proposed dismantling Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon monopolies.
Second Amendment sanctuary counties are coming to liberal states, like New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington.
An ignored tip about the potential dangers of the Parkland gunman led the FBI to change its call-center practices, which may have political implications for minority and immigrant communities.
House Democrats are offering $1.6 billion to implement new surveillance technologies at the border and add more border-patrol officers. Human rights groups are concerned.
Data-protection regulations in the E.U. require transparency in data mining. In the U.S. no such rules exist, but some states are working to change that.
The passage of Medicaid expansion in three deeply conservative states is evidence that a less partisan presentation of policy is allowing voters to make decisions based more on their own interests.
But it's hard to say exactly how harmful, as there are only scant data points available.