Robert Williams was arrested last year in Detroit after a facial recognition system misidentified him as a suspect.
The technology has been proven to discriminate against Black people, and has already been banned in 20 US cities and the state of Vermont.
China Is Very Angry That Congress Pointed Out it Is Committing Massive Human Rights Abuses in Xinjiang
China has imprisoned about a million Uighurs and Kazakhs in "reeducation camps" that escapees describe as prisons where their human rights were routinely violated.
With a record number of women in the 116th Congress, the House Administration Committee has started stocking menstrual products, which members of Congress can purchase with their federal allowances.
The UN sort of settled this question back in 1948, guys.
The House and Senate are pitted against each other in disagreements over legislation aimed at curbing sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill.
Republican Gov. Phil Bryant will reportedly appoint state Agriculture Commissioner Cindy Hyde-Smith to the Senate on Wednesday.
A Brooklyn arts organization set up a tool to call your representatives on repeat so you don't have to.
Republicans and Democrats hate each other, but here are some instances of political decorum from the past decade that actually worked out in the end.
Open internet safeguards are essential in the age of Trump, lawmakers say.