The European Union has granted the United Kingdom a Brexit extension until Oct. 31. Although that’s Halloween, “Groundhog Day” — the movie — comes to mind. The latest delay in the UK’s move to leave the EU seems like an endlessly repeating event.
For the umpteenth time, the facts didn’t matter to the members of the Trump administration. This time, a federal judge last week called them on it, resolutely.
Whether he’s advocating for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border or threatening to completely shut down entries, President Donald Trump is more about theatrics than logistics on immigration policy.
The school bus crash in the town of Beloit that injured four students last week should have parents and school officials demanding all school buses come with seat belts.
From 2013-2017, the federal government gave Ohio cities and counties more than $24.4 million for jailing people accused by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency of breaking U.S. immigration laws.
The announcement that Kirstjen Nielsen was stepping down as Secretary of Homeland Security was sudden, but it wasn’t really a surprise. Never a favorite of President Trump, her days became numbered when her patron in the administration, Chief of Staff John F. Kelly, resigned in December. Nie…
Half of American adults think automated vehicles are more dangerous than traditional vehicles operated by people, while nearly two-thirds said they would not buy a fully autonomous vehicle, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll, Reuters reported April 1.
When President Donald Trump returns to Wisconsin next year to campaign for re-election, he’ll have a tough time providing voters with a credible explanation for why the national debt has reached a record of more than $22 trillion. That’s $2 trillion more than the day he took office.
The St. Ann Police Department has an unusual policy of pursuing high-speed chases of suspects for even minor crimes, needlessly putting lives in danger to fulfill the police chief’s exaggerated notions of crime fighting. Chief Aaron Jimenez says his chase policy is why overall crime there is…
During oral arguments Tuesday at the Supreme Court, Justice Brett Kavanaugh conceded that “extreme partisan gerrymandering is a real problem for our democracy.” That was a huge understatement.
Arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on March 25 in two landmark gerrymandering cases — one involving Democrats, the other, Republicans — were a sign that Americans are tired of tolerating the damage that extreme partisanship has done to this country’s ability to govern itself.
What does Robert Mueller mean when he says that President Trump did not commit a crime, but is not exonerated either? Is Attorney General William Barr overstepping by taking possible obstruction of justice charges off the table for Trump? These and other questions argue for making the Muelle…
Picture this. The nation’s children are drinking on average what amounts to a bathtub full of sugary beverages every year. That’s 30 gallons of soda, sports drinks and probably the biggest healthy drink fraud of all, fruit juice.
Throughout the state, help wanted signs can be found everywhere. There are jobs in manufacturing, health care, hospitality, criminal justice, child care, retail — you name it, they are hiring.
After two tortuous years of leaks and dire warnings that the “walls are closing in” on President Trump and his inner circle, the public deserves more than a four-page letter from the attorney general quoting only two partial sentences from Robert Mueller’s special counsel report.
The Minnesota House moved the state a step closer to reducing vehicular deaths March 18 by passing a bill that would require motorists to keep their hands off their cellphones while driving.
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