"Prostitution is basically capitalism and sex, which of those two are you against? I’m for both," said pro-sex work candidate Jo Jorgensen.
The Americans put up the roughly four-kilometre barrier earlier this week. Authorities say the fence will impede drug runners.
Indigenous communities from the U.S. to Australia to Brazil have taken matters into their own hands—even closing their borders and implementing curfews—to protect themselves.
Among the Democrats' sweeping proposals, prosecutors would no longer have to prove that an officer’s misconduct was done “willfully.”
So far, Canada's coronavirus cases are doubling at a slower rate than elsewhere, and hospitals are not yet overwhelmed.
The Canadian government called border militarization "entirely unnecessary."
Florida and Illinois are two of three states that decided to continue their primary elections Tuesday in spite of the threat of coronavirus.
The Village People recently gave the US president permission to play their gay anthems. Huh?
"NO!" the US president declared on Twitter.
Indiana’s Tod Curtis wants to bring his geek culture credentials to the US Congress.
The Sonic Youth guitarist’s new record is a light in dark days.
Roger Stone corresponded on Twitter with “Guccifer 2.0” who claims responsibility for hacking the DNC in 2016.