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Oct 1, 2015 09:58 AM ET
When traveling abroad, your home country's laws can extend much further than you may think.
Jul 1, 2015 06:00 PM ET // Talal Al-Khatib
Whatever their crimes, fugitives David Sweat and Richard Matt pulled off an ingenious prison break. So why was their plan to evade authorities so cliché? Continue reading →
Jun 30, 2015 11:30 AM ET // Talal Al-Khatib
Addressing hate crimes, conversion therapy and anti-discrimination laws are just a few of the next steps for the gay-rights movement. Continue reading →
Jun 23, 2015 09:02 AM ET
The CIA released a report on its failures prior to 9/11, yet parts of the report still remain classified. So, what is the government hiding?
Apr 29, 2015 12:50 PM ET // Laura Geggel, LiveScience
The Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage will affect same-sex couples in lots of ways. Here are just a few.
Apr 15, 2015 09:37 AM ET
The 1964 Wilderness Act, written to protect public lands, makes commercial photos and films illegal without a permit. But in the age of the smartphone, it has not kept up with the times.
Mar 31, 2015 09:55 AM ET
Once you become a U.S. Supreme Court justice, you have a gig for life. Why is it different for these nine men and women, when presidents and congress persons have to be re-elected to continue serving?
Feb 9, 2015 03:25 PM ET // Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience
The tattered document dates back to 1300, 85 years after King John of England was compelled to sign the first agreement limiting the rights of kings.
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