Montana prosecutors on Wednesday decided to appeal a 30-day jail sentence given to a former teacher who admitted to raping […]
The Governor said Dusten Brown was no longer acting in “good faith”
The second day of the Special Session to fix the unconstitutional 2009 Tort Reform Law saw a new rule passed to limit questions to three hours total for all House bills and forbid amendments.
Trypophobia may be moving out of the urban dictionary and into the scientific literature. A recent study in the peer-review […]
In a court filing, Standard & Poor’s is accusing the U.S. government of using the Justice Department to retaliate for […]
A majority of Congress remains undecided, at least publicly, about President Obama’s plan to launch a military strike against Syria. […]
A Senate panel has voted to approve a resolution giving President Obama the authority to carry out punitive strikes against […]
Farmers and ranchers from across the country donated a $100,000 for rural Oklahoma schools to get shelters.
The State Treasurer says Oklahoma revenue ended in positive territory for the month of August mostly because of energy collections.
Endurance, going the distance, sucking up the solitude and the brine. I’m not talking about the glorious Diana Nyad and […]