Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos said new rebel attacks Wednesday have prompted him to recall his chief negotiator to peace talks with the country's last remaining insurgent group in a … Click to Continue »
The chief justice of the South Dakota Supreme Court will deliver an address to the Legislature. Chief Justice David Gilbertson's State of the Judiciary message is on Wednesday. It comes … Click to Continue »
The Minot Public School District has settled a lawsuit filed by a company over unpaid cleanup expenses resulting from the 2011 Souris River flood. The case was set to go … Click to Continue »
A Spokane city clerk has been fired after an internal human resources investigation found he used public resources for campaign activities while his daughter competed for a Spokane Valley City … Click to Continue »
President Trump blasted the “broken” and “unfair” court system, just hours after a federal judge blocked the administration from turning back the Obama-era Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program which shielded more than 700,000 people from deportation.
Joe Arpaio, the controversial former sheriff, announced he will run for Senate in Arizona.
A Sioux Falls company is donating $5 million toward building a home for the precision agriculture program at South Dakota State University. Raven Industries President and CEO Dan Rykhus says … Click to Continue »
Longtime Democratic Madison Mayor Paul Soglin joined the race for Wisconsin governor Wednesday, immediately tying Republican Gov. Scott Walker with President Donald Trump and attacking both of them as violating … Click to Continue »
Steve Bannon's ouster is highly symbolic.
The good old days weren’t so good.
It's over the ACA (that part is not a surprise)
Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Wednesday that she's open to working with President Trump on a "clean Dream Act."
"Donald Trump caused a crisis by breaking America's promise. Now it's up to us, to Congress, to say we're going to come back and we're going to honor that promise," Ms. Warren, ...
The White House on Wednesday blasted a California judge's decision to block President Trump's phaseout of DACA deportation amnesty, calling the ruling "outrageous."
Judge William Alsup ruled the Obama-era temporary amnesty for "Dreamers," those in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, legal and canceled the phaseout just hours after Mr. ...
Poland's lawmakers are debating two proposals to change the country's strict abortion law — one liberalizing it, and the other toughening the rules. The draft laws to be debated Wednesday … Click to Continue »
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is rescinding the appointment of a judge to the board of trustees of Lake Superior State University following a newspaper's question about the appointment process. Snyder … Click to Continue »
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is rescinding the appointment of a judge to the board of trustees of Lake Superior State University following a newspaper's question about the appointment process.
Snyder on Friday announced that 92nd District Court Judge Beth Gibson of Newberry would serve an eight-year ...
Vice President Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence will lead the U.S. delegation to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, the White House said late Tuesday.
The Latest on President Donald Trump, Congress and immigration (all times local): 11 p.m. Top lawmakers from both parties, backed by the White House, have kicked off their search for … Click to Continue »
The second-degree murder conviction of a Washington state man was overturned after an appeals court found prosecutorial misconduct and ineffective counsel in the case. The Daily Herald reports the state … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump, Congress and immigration (all times local):
A White House spokeswoman says a judge's ruling against the Trump administration involving a program that protects young immigrants is "outrageous."
Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement Wednesday that the ruling was ...
WASHINGTON-- The Supreme Court is diving into state efforts to pare their voting rolls by targeting people who haven't voted in a while.
Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" was the top-selling book last week, NPD BookScan told The Associated Press. And its numbers are likely to grow far higher. "Fire and Fury" sold … Click to Continue »
Iran has begun implementing new guidelines that will prevent thousands of convicted drug smugglers from being executed, Iranian media reported Wednesday. The new regulations, approved by parliament in October, would … Click to Continue »
Vice President Mike Pence and Karen Pence will lead the U.S. delegation to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. The White House said Wednesday that Pence will attend the … Click to Continue »
President Donald Trump lashed out Wednesday at the U.S. judicial system as "broken and unfair" after a judge blocked his decision to end a program that protects so-called "Dreamers" from deportation....
A Republican candidate for Ohio governor Wednesday introduced a veteran Procter & Gamble Co. executive with links to social-conservative causes as her running mate. Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor chose Nathan … Click to Continue »
Jeb Bush threw some love in the direction of President Donald Trump, tweeting that he was "encouraged" by the president's "bill of love" for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients.
By opening a White House bipartisan meeting on immigration to the public and media Tuesday, President Donald Trump brought out a conversation that's been going on for 15 years and marked a "watershed date," Sen. David Perdue said Wednesday.
Sen. John N. Kennedy said Wednesday that immigration reform needs to be comprehensive rather than addressing it based on separate issues.
"There has been a 15-year, bipartisan refusal to look this issue in the eye and address it, and the longer we wait, the worse it's going to get. I, ...
When you look at it hard, two conclusions are impossible to escape: First, at the height of the 2016 campaign, Obama intelligence officials anxiously adopted Christopher Steele’s allegations of traitorous conduct by then-candidate Donald Trump rather than first subject his “dossier” to rigorous investigation — even though Steele himself admits that his “raw,” “unverified” reports might not be true.