Mari Yamaguchi, Associated Press | PostedMay 24th - 8:39pm
U.S. national security adviser John Bolton on Saturday called a series of short-range missile tests by North Korea earlier this month a violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions and said sanctions must be kept in place.
An event held by Circle Salt Lake brought a panelist of individuals struggling with poverty and homelessness before community leaders and governing officials to discuss Utah’s affordable housing crisis on Thursday evening.
Matt Volz, Associated Press | PostedMay 24th - 2:44pm
Helena mayor and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Wilmot Collins has been ticketed for leaving the scene of an accident after a driver reported a hit-and-run near downtown Helena earlier this week, police said Friday.
Emery P. Dalesio, Associated Press | PostedMay 24th - 2:15pm
In a sign that rich flows of untraceable money are expected to influence the election for a North Carolina congressional seat left vacant after earlier allegations of ballot fraud, a cleanly produced video of the Republican candidate has been posted online for use by supportive outside groups.
Emery P. Dalesio, Associated Press | PostedMay 23rd - 11:49am
The Democrat running for a still-vacant U.S. House election he seemed to lose last year before signs of ballot fraud were unearthed says he doesn't favor impeachment hearings confronting President Donald Trump and believes the Iraq War wasn't justified.
Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press | PostedMay 23rd - 10:26am
The winning candidates for Kentucky governor drew just a fraction of the state's voters in party primaries this week, a signal that both have lots of work to do in what will likely be a brutal general election campaign.
Ben Finley and Alan Suderman, Associated Press | PostedMay 22nd - 11:14pm
The mystery of whether Gov. Ralph Northam was in the racist yearbook photo that upended Virginia politics may never be solved, but one thing is clear: The governor has survived what many initially thought was a fatal blow and has managed to return to something resembling normal.
Brian Slodysko, Associated Press | PostedMay 22nd - 10:14pm
Bernie Sanders wants to crack down on outside groups that do political spending, though one is allied with his presidential campaign. Elizabeth Warren has vowed no untraceable "dark money" will help her White House bid, despite being backed by an organization that doesn't disclose some of its donors. And Pete Buttigieg accepted lobbyist money — until he didn't.
Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney is the latest 2020 contender to introduce a climate change plan, and he's proposing a fee on carbon emissions that he says aims to reduce them by 90% by midcentury.