March organizers said leaders need to "act now" and to reform "unfair" legislation.
There are checks and balances to keep impromptu presidential orders from going through automatically.
The submarine San Juan has been radio silent since Wednesday, when the vessel was last seen.
He's been in power since 1980, first as Zimbabwe's prime minister and then as its president.
Hariri was in Saudi Arabia for two weeks, leading to speculation he wasn't allowed to leave.
The current U.S. tax code allows businesses to write off sexual misconduct-related settlements as "ordinary and necessary" expenses.
This week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed plans to reverse a ban on importing elephant hunting trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Thiel's high-profile support of then-candidate Donald Trump sparked controversy in Silicon Valley.
The White House wants Congress to approve $44 billion for hurricane aid, but it's conscious of increasing the national debt.
A Senate ethics committee investigation could be the first step in kicking a senator out of office - but that's pretty rare.
The Senate Judiciary Committee says Jared Kushner hasn't provided all the requested documents about Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Women are the fastest-growing segment of America's prison population - and a majority of those women are survivors of domestic violence.