Doug Gray has been asking “Can’t You See”…
The Senate defeated a resolution Wednesday that would have overturned a Trump administration rule that lets states extend short-term health insurance policies for up to three years as a substitute for traditional coverage.
(Learfield News Service/Mpls, MN) “Thank you Minnesota, this is a great state, we are going to win this state in a very short period of time, thank you.” And with that, President Donald Trump began what would be a 90-plus minute rally speech Thursday night at Target Center to thousands of supporters.
Trump said draining the swamp has “energized” him. And he said in the coming 2020 election”the Democrats brazen attempt to overthrow the government will produce a backlash at the ballot box the likes of which they have…
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Barbara Barrett as the next secretary of the Air Force.
The Senate voted 85 to 7 on her nomination, delivering bipartisan support for President Donald Trump’s pick of the nation’s 25th Air Force secretary. Barrett is a longtime Arizona businesswoman and former diplomat who has a long history in aviation and politics.
Barrett suggested that she will bring a Western perspective to her new office.
“We think often that decisions in Washington are made with an East Coast perspective,” Barrett told The Arizona Republic shortly after the vote.
More than 100 students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across Alabama gathered at Innovation Depot in downtown Birmingham for the 6th annual Code the Classic Tech Career Expo.
The event, hosted by the Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA) in partnership…
Top House Republicans accuse Schiff of preventing impeachment witness from answering certain GOP questions
House Republican leaders, in a fiery news conference Tuesday, said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep.
Western politicians are out in force with harsh China rhetoric.
In 2012, 51 percent of Minnesota voters voted “no” on a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage.
In 2012, voters in Minnesota decided against amending the Minnesota Constitution to ban same-sex marriage.
The month before the election, polling for the marriage amendment was neck and neck. Forty-eight in favor. Forty-seven against. A week later, forty-seven in favor. Forty-eight against. Minnesota did become the first state to defeat a ballot initiative of this kind. But the defeat wasn’t by a large margin: 51 percent voted “no.”
UNDERWOOD — Underwood improved to 29-5 with a sweep over AHSTW in their Class 2-A, Region 4 quarterfinals match. Underwood won 25-18, 25-19 and 25-11.
“Really happy with the work the girls have put in this week,” Underwood coach Paula Carman said. “Some of the specific things that we worked to improve on over the last couple weeks, they really applied it tonight.”
Macy Vanfossan led the offense for Underwood with 12 kills on the night. Zoe Rus and Lauren Brown each chipped in with seven kills, while Peyton Cook added 26 set assists. Vanfossan also…
ANDERSON — Two years ago, Democrat Dee Thornton surprised many political observers by getting 43% of the vote in the heavily Republican 5th Congressional District.
Thornton is one of four announced candidates for the party’s nomination in 2020 following the decision of incumbent Republican Susan Brooks to not seek re-election.
“It’s an open seat, which is supposed to give the challenger a 7% advantage,” Thornton said during a Wednesday interview with The Herald Bulletin. “I…
Hesci (Hello), I am a proud member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. I am writing on the heels of Indigenous People’s Day, which was recently celebrated in Tulsa and other communities across the U.S.
As a native woman, I am proud to see native people being acknowledged. While there is so much beauty in our culture, there is also a more insidious crisis in present day Indian Country: missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.
Native women are more likely to be victims of violent acts and murder than any other demographic in the U.S. When native girls and…