Midterm primaries send shockwaves and possible historical firsts nationwide.
The former primer minister solidifies control over a historical secular Muslim majority.
The North American country becomes the second country in the world and the Americas to legalize cannabis.
The Supreme Court allows states to collect sales taxes for online purchases.
This third party candidate could become one of the youngest people ever elected to the Congress in more than 200 years.
Right-wing politician promises freer markets as well as reviews and changes to the historic peace deal with leftist guerrillas.
Primaries nationwide continue to reflect the changing divide amongst all voters and politicians.
Renewable energy from the sun is dominating the country's electrical grids as it may face hurdles in the industry.
The Supreme Court allows Ohio to purge voters off their own registration rolls as upcoming elections approach nationwide.
The conservative majority FCC allows the Obama era policy regarding equal access and treatment of the internet to expire after its intial repeal decision last December.
The largest democracy in the world is planning to ban single-use plastics in order to combat climate change and pollution.
Primaries continue to make history for women and some worries for states out West.
While the decision did not set a precedent, it could lead towards a slippery slope when it comes anti-discrimination laws nationwide.
The conservative head of government resigns amidst his own political party's scandal.
Denmark follows the legal trend to ban controversial religious clothing wear often used by women in the Islamic faith.
The reality television celebrity met with the U.S. president to discuss national prison reform and the pardon of the prisoner.
The predominantly Catholic Christian country in the British Isles overwhelmingly overturned its decades-old constitutional amendment that prohibited the procedure.
The free world is facing a population crisis.
A 53-year-old law professor from Florence and Rome will become the southern European country's new head of government.
The new American South's changing landscape is becoming more apparent in its political candidates.
The conservative majority highest court in the land is already weakening basic federal rules and regulations that protect workers' rights.
The leftist political ideology is starting to resonate with younger people of today and possibly tomorrow.
The American Left is starting to gain traction and action in the polls across the country.
Could this be the end of right-to-work laws?
There are some possible firsts from the recent victory.