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Lawmakers Call FBI's 'Going Dark' Narrative 'Highly Questionable' After Motherboard Shows Cops Can Easily Hack iPhones
US lawmakers have asked FBI Director Christopher Wray to answer questions around phone unlocking technology, after Motherboard found agencies have bought tools to crack iPhones.
Right now, South Carolina death row inmates can pick how they die: by lethal injection or the electric chair.
An investigation found Rep. Don Shooter "engaged in a pattern of unwelcome and hostile conduct"
She's the sixth person to come forward with allegations against the Minnesota senator.
Rep. Jackie Speier says The Title IX Protection Act is needed to prevent discrimination against sexual assault survivors on campus, whose rights are threatened under Betsy DeVos' new interim guidelines.
If Governor Kate Brown signs the approved bill into law, it would give first-time offenders with small amounts of drugs less jail time and lower fines.
The Republican majority has declined to sign off on Democrats' written requests that the FBI investigate Trump.
California could soon become the first state to provide diaper expense subsidies to poor families. A policy expert explains why more subsidies like this are needed.
The new law, which unanimously passed the California State Assembly Monday, would require prison time without parole for anyone convicted of raping an unconscious person.
We meet the outspoken advocates for New York's medical marijuana program urging lawmakers to improve the system's restrictions and provide better coverage for patients.
We find out how one mom is getting around New York's medical marijuana restrictions to get the strong dose of cannabis oil she needs to help treat her daughter's severe epilepsy.