The Senate passed a resolution Thursday withdrawing U.S. support for a Saudi-led coalition's ongoing proxy war against Iranian-backed rebel forces in Yemen.
Florida's Republican state Senate president ruled Thursday that Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes cannot rescind her resignation.
Butina requested a change-of-plea hearing earlier this week after deciding to cooperate with federal prosecutors.
Turkey has imprisoned more journalists for crimes against the state than any other country this year, according to a report released Thursday.
In a Tuesday tweet, Lieu expressed a similar desire to regulate speech, but also acknowledged that government censorship is harmful in the long term.
The bill extends a temporary "telemedicine ban" that was passed in 2012 and set to expire at the end of the year.
California regulators have devised a plan to fund cell-phone service for the state's poor by taxing text messages.
Cardinal George Pell, the third-ranking official in the Catholic Church, has been convicted in Australia on charges that he sexually abused two choir boys.
The migrants, most of whom arrived in Tijuana one month ago as part of a massive caravan of more than 6,000, also demanded an end to deportations.