Politics

Election results certified, 2 state legislative races may head to recount


Fargo legislator working on marijuana decriminalization also working on record sealing bill


Families First Preventative Care Act aims to reduce the number of children in foster care


Will the state be able to fund education needs? State senator says 'yes' if oil prices hold


Representative creating package of Bills on wind farms


ND bill draft may give school districts option to arm employees


Fargo representative works to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana


Leaders discuss how to combat the opioid epidemic


Attorney representing CNN in White House lawsuit is a Bismarck native


Savanna's Act advances


Legislative Log: Rep. Marvin Nelson says he wants to lower voting age to 16


Representative working to eliminate daylight saving time in ND


State Rep. Chet Pollert elected as new ND House majority leader


North Dakota searches for new Chief People Officer


Democrat Kyrsten Sinema wins Arizona US Senate seat


'Politics as Art' on display at BDAC


Drama continues after election day in Mercer County


Eight ND races poised for recount


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Judge bars U.S. from enforcing Trump's asylum ban

President Donald Trump has argued that the recent caravans are a threat to national security.

Police officer, 2 staffers killed in shooting at Mercy Hospital in Chicago

"The city of Chicago lost a doctor, a pharmaceutical assistant and a police officer — all going about their day, all doing what they love."

Think climate disasters are bad now? Just wait

“The evidence was absolutely mind-blowing to me," said the lead researcher.

One killed, four injured in downtown Denver shooting

"Downtown is a very populated area, and so to have multiple gunshots fired in an area like this is concerning."

Family sues after girl is electrocuted by touching resort's handrail, leaving her severely brain-damaged

The handrail had 120 volts of electricity going through it, more than 10 times the amount needed to power its lights, according to the complaint.