CHICAGO (AP) — The foundation of the case against the former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George Floyd is a mountain of video evidence, but presenting that to jurors isn't as easy as pushing play.
A medical marijuana business with a history of disputes with the city of Billings is suing, saying a police detective engaged in “judicial deception” amid ongoing efforts to shut down the dispensary.
A bill targeted at stopping nonprofit groups like American Prairie Reserve from purchasing agricultural land has divided traditional allies — Republicans and ag producers.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Mexican man was charged Tuesday with coordinating a smuggling effort that left 13 people dead when their overloaded SUV was struck by a big-rig after crossing the border into California.
Nick Tilsen, who heads a Rapid City, South Dakota-based Indigenous advocacy organization called NDN Collective, has a plan to make dramatic changes at Mount Rushmore by turning it over to tribal control.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has dismissed a Republican attempt to remove California Rep. Eric Swalwell from the House intelligence panel over his contact more than six years ago with a suspected Chinese spy who targeted politicians in the United States.
WASHINGTON (AP) — With a nod to Women’s History Month, the Democratic-led House passed two measures Wednesday, one designed to protect women from domestic violence, the other to remove the deadline for states to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment.
NEW YORK (AP) — The pressure against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo over sexual harassment allegations reached the White House on Tuesday, with President Joe Biden saying Cuomo should resign if the state attorney general's investigation confirms the claims against him.
A key Senate committee on Thursday approved the nomination of New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland to be interior secretary, clearing the way for a Senate vote that is likely to make her the first Native American to lead a Cabinet agency.
South Dakota House lawmakers on Tuesday began impeachment proceedings against the state's attorney general, who is facing misdemeanor charges for striking and killing a man with his car.
The letter, which was co-signed by Republican governors in 16 other states including Montana and the Dakotas, called the Jan. 27 decision and lack of consultation with affected states by the Biden administration “alarming.”
Seven Republicans voted to convict former President Trump in his Senate trial, easily the largest number to ever vote to find a president of their own party guilty at impeachment proceedings.
Attorneys for Donald Trump wrapped up their defense in his impeachment trial, arguing he didn’t incite the Jan. 6 rally crowd to riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Prosecutors unveiled chilling new security video in Donald Trump’s impeachment trial Wednesday, showing gripping scenes of how close the rioters were to the country’s leaders.
Senators in Donald Trump’s historic second impeachment trial have deemed it constitutional and agreed to consider the case, even as most Republicans voted against proceeding.
Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial begins today, an undertaking like no other in U.S. history.
As the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump begins Tuesday, Montana Republican U.S. Sen. Steve Daines said the proceeding was an unconstitutional exercise of Democratic revenge, while Sen. Jon Tester prepared for jury duty.
The House impeachment managers are requesting former President Donald Trump testify before or during his Senate impeachment trial, which is scheduled to begin next week.
The House impeachment managers provided a detailed legal analysis in their pre-trial legal brief, filed Tuesday, about the constitutionality o…
Westerns had John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart and Henry Fonda. Space westerns were the domain of Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill. Now, Kevin Costner stakes his claim to to the “modern” western.
The Senate has rejected a Republican attempt to dismiss Donald Trump's historic second impeachment trial, allowing the case to move forward but also foreshadowing that there may not be enough votes to convict him.
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