On Sunday, the U.S. Senate narrowly passed a bill intended to confront climate change and lower prescription drug costs, with the vote split along party lines.
Rally Tally Day 1: One killed, six injured across five separate crashes near Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
The South Dakota Department of Public Safety is releasing daily updates on crashes and crime in and around Sturgis for the duration of the nine-day rally.
A motorcycle driver died Saturday night after hitting a boat on a trailer near Gull Lake in Nisswa, Minn.
The April 12 EF2 tornado leveled or severely damaged nearly every structure in town, resulting in about $1.5 million in damage.
The Spring Prairie Colony, known officially as the Spring Prairie Hutterian Brethren, was established in the late 1970s and over time has grown to an estimated 260 or more members.
Prosecutor: Man tied to former North Dakota lawmaker sexually abused children with former US senator aide
The U.S. Attorney's Office alleged Nicholas Morgan-Derosier sexually abused 20 to 21 children since 2011, including some with James McHaney, who worked for U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell.
ASN Constructors, the international consortium of companies that will build the diversion and associated public works, expects to employ 800 to 1,000 during the peak of construction in 2023 and 2024.
The Bismarck native graduated from Harvard Law School in May. She called her law school graduation a "launching pad for what I hope to accomplish next."
At least 24 Palestinians, including six children, have been killed and 203 wounded during the two days of firing, according to the Gaza health ministry.
Saturday will kick off an arduous process that could extend into early next week, with senators offering amendment after amendment in a time-consuming "vote-a-rama."