“Each tractor is brimming with life.”
Imaginary States of ‘New Nevada’ and ‘New California’ File Brief to Help Texas AG Overturn the Election
17 states are supporting the outlandish lawsuit to hand the Presidency to Trump. Now, two fake states are, also.
The board of state canvassers voted to certify Joe Biden’s big margin of victory after a key member refused to bow to Trump’s pressure campaign.
When opposed by their families over their choice of men, the women of Pakistan’s Kalash community choose to elope and marry.
She’ll face a flurry of cases that touch on some of the most divisive issues in American life: abortion, healthcare, and LGBTQ rights.
In Photos: 82-Year-Old Critic of India’s Controversial Citizenship Law One of TIMES’s 100 Most Influential People
Bilkis Bano became the face of the longest peaceful protest against the controversial citizenship law in India.
According to an entertainment lawyer who reviewed West's contracts for VICE, Kanye has a record deal that most artists would "kill for."
When New Zealand goes to the polls next month, the country will become the first in the world to let its people decide whether or not euthanasia should be decriminalised.
“Joint enterprise” allows multiple people to be tried for a single crime, regardless of their actions.
Would-be parents and grandparents will be allowed to file lawsuits in November.
An AI system called DABUS "invented" two new devices, but the USPTO says only humans can do that.
The High Court quashed the Australian cardinal’s convictions on appeal this morning, overturning a six year jail sentence for charges of child sexual abuse.