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While regulations hold companies back in the United States, other countries are serving as laboratories for drone innovation and research.
Also, demonstrators carried sex toys around UT Austin to protest the law.
Jeff Wood was scheduled to be executed Wednesday.
Laws against texting while driving have been shown to be ineffective. So why is this a good idea?
The cellphone tracking instrument has had questionable success.
The president met with police leaders after five officers were killed in Dallas.
The policy prevented clubs from handing out flyers without getting a permit from the university.
The proposed amendment is a new addition to the Republican platform.
The rate of misconduct among staff rose nearly 29 percent in two years.
Language that was mildly positive toward reform efforts was beaten back by public school activists.
In 2013 it saved Medicare Part D more than $165 million.
The measure was strongly opposed by the marijuana industry.
State and Local Spending On Prisons Has Grown Three Times as Fast as Spending on Schools, Says New Report
Young black males without a high school diploma are more likely to be incarcerated than employed.
The group's application to participate in an "Adopt-A-Highway" program was initially denied.
Rather than cut defense spending, lawmakers seek armaments the Defense Department does not need.
The company received a grant for a device that prevents iPhone cameras from being used.
Controversial North Carolina Bathroom Law Could Change, but May Make Life More Difficult For Transgender People
Facing pressure from the NBA, the bill would create sex reassignment certificates.
The system is pushing an alternative pathway in order to fill vacancies.
Neighboring businesses don't want the competition.
The Iowa congressman called the move to replace Andrew Jackson "liberal activism" on the part of President Obama.
Lawrence Rubin Montoya served more than 13 years in prison before his conviction was overturned.
The school already gave him a 10-day suspension.
As the world becomes more digital, why must students be taught an archaic skill?
Using collected data, the state identified schools heavily prone to expelling and suspending students.
Rather than moving students forward, it leaves them unprepared
These laws also disproportionately impact minority students.
The proposal would have blocked residents from renting out their entire home.
The student is challenging a local ordinance and a state law for being in violation of the Fourth Amendment.
The goal of the changes is to give drivers more control.