A top Iowa regulator has maintained a busy and profitable private law practice even as she's been responsible for complex matters such as the Dakota Access pipeline and renewable energy policy
American Indian tribes fighting the Dakota Access pipeline say the pumping of oil into the pipe under their water source is a blow, but doesn't end their legal battle
A man wounded last month while trying to intervene in an apparently racially motivated shooting at a suburban Kansas City bar has been honored with a $100,000 check
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Democratic lawmakers in some states are pressing ahead with efforts to protect birth control access and Planned Parenthood funding, in case they are jeopardized again
A former West Virginia sheriff who acknowledged a methamphetamine addiction and taking drugs from a police storage area has been sentenced to up to 10 years of home confinement
A private company hired to manage the Illinois lottery remains on the job more than two years after the state first moved to fire it for missing sales goals, and the firm is now able to collect more in fees than under its original contract