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U.S. and Israel after the two nations refused to provide a justification for their failure to pay dues...The suspension of coting rights is automatically triggered by UN policies after a country has failed to pay dues for an extended period of time,
Democrats in both chambers are working behind the scenes to draft legislation to re-install the Voting Rights Act protections shot down by the Supreme Court over the summer. But in a sign of the delicate nature of the topic, Senate Democrats are
UNESCO has suspended the voting rights of the the United States and its ally Israel, two years after both countries missed a crucial deadline to resume their funding for UNESCO. The two
Israel rejects out of hand a mooted deal between world powers and Iran, just as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry prepares to join nuclear talks that aim to nail down an interim agreement on the decade-old standoff.
However, just one of the county's five supervisors is Latino, and Gloria Molina was elected to the board 22 years ago only because the U.S. Justice Department interceded in redistricting and declared that not creating a Latino seat would violate the
He's a Democratic state attorney general surrounded by conservative Republicans who control North Carolina's state government...He has publicly condemned GOP-sponsored laws on voter ID and gay marriage, yet must defend those same laws in court.
A new partnership aimed at increasing Jewish participation in a coalition to protect voting rights and promote civic engagement was launched this week. The Andrew Goodman Foundation, named in memory of a civil rights activist who was murdered by the
Advocates who have pushed unsuccessfully for years to restore voting rights to convicted felons after they've completed their sentences are hopeful that support from Republican U.S...Tayna Fogle, a Lexington resident who had her voting rights
He's a Democratic state attorney general surrounded by conservative Republicans who control North Carolina state government...He has publicly condemned GOP-sponsored laws on voter identification and gay marriage, yet must defend those same laws in
North Carolina's new restrictions on voting may favor the Republican Party, but Democrats must prove more than that to beat them in court. GOP legislators who passed the rules last summer say they are designed to streamline and modernize the state's