Bernie Sanders unveils plan to overhaul country's 'dysfunctional criminal justice system'
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled Sunday a criminal justice overhaul to "reform every aspect of America's dysfunctional criminal justice system" by ending "for-profit greed" in the system, expanding inmates' rights and changing how policing works in the country.
One Republican's quest to stave off joining the 'Texodus'
Rep. Michael McCaul does not have to be here, at Carl's BBQ on the side of a highway, in a wood-paneled backroom, seated at a bare table in front of a stuffed, life-size buck whose antlers hold a sign saying, "NEVER moon a werewolf."
A proposal has been made to lower the national voting age to 16 when kids are in high school and learning about government to be able to vote. Do you favor or oppose lowering the legal voting age from 18 to 16?