Haley likely will be the first contender to join the contest against her former boss, Donald Trump.
Judges or elected officials in many counties nationwide have full oversight over public defense, a structure that can pressure public defenders to avoid making motions that may agitate a judge.
House Bill 1311 may not be the best way to achieve its goal, but it certainly highlights a problem in the North Dakota House.
The FBI searched President Joe Biden’s former office at the Penn Biden Center in Washington in November, according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on condition of anonymity.
TUESDAY, Jan. 31, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- Stung by recent food safety scandals -- most notably last year's infant formula shortage, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it is creating a new unit devoted to food safety.
Republican state Rep. Bethany Soye’s bill that would restrict healthcare to transgender individuals below the age of 18 passed through a House committee on health and human services Tuesday morning with a dominant vote, joining at least 18 other states with similar legislation. Soye raised this bill as a matter of consent. Testimonies in support for the bill argued transgender surgeries were regrettable decisions made as teens or early adults, harmful medical experiments or unethical cures to gender dysphoria that should be left to “normal.” Opponents criticized the bill on the grounds of civil rights infringements and overreach into personal healthcare decisions.
North Dakota's state ethics panel might not get everything it sought in a bill for tweaks to state government ethics laws.
Proposed revisions to North Dakota's abortion laws cleared the state Senate on Tuesday.
he House Oversight Committee is set to hear testimony from former Twitter employees involved in the social media platform’s handling of reporting on President Joe Biden’s son Hunter.
Republican Rep. George Santos of New York told GOP colleagues Tuesday he is temporarily stepping down from his two congressional committees.
New active shooter guidance may be necessary in age of increased shootings and advanced weaponry, experts say.
Republican Rep. George Santos of New York told GOP colleagues in a closed-door meeting Tuesday that he is temporarily stepping down from his two congressional committees.
"People will have to start paying some money for things they didn't have to pay for during the emergency," said Jen Kates, senior vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation.
“It’s a system that encourages unethical behavior," said one public defense attorney. "...It’s most certainly not justice. No one feels like it’s justice.”
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Congress’ $1.7 trillion omnibus spending package included a two-year extension of pandemic-era funding that helped telehealth services grow nationwide. But that cash bridge, embraced by those delivering services to patients in rural areas, doesn’t provide much certainty for the future of remote medicine.
A winter storm bringing the triple threat of ice, sleet and snow Tuesday to parts of the South and central US has prompted officials to close roads and schools as they urge people to avoid traveling in dangerous conditions.
A winter storm bringing the triple threat of ice, snow and sleet Tuesday to parts of the South and central US has prompted officials to make preparation plans, leading to road and school closures and flight cancellations.
I am trying to understand the urgency of ridding the Theodore National Park of things most if not all people enjoy seeing on their visits to t…
A bipartisan group of North Dakota lawmakers believes offering workers paid leave to care for newborn babies and sick family members could be …
South Dakota Republican lawmakers have advanced a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow the state to require people on Medicaid to work. The state recently expanded eligibility for the health plan. The proposal would amend the South Dakota constitution, meaning it requires voter approval. On Monday, all 11 Republicans on the House State Affairs Committee voted to advance the proposal to the full House. The two Democrats on the committee opposed it.
A bill to give law enforcement the ability to reach and prosecute dealers who provide drugs that cause a death met with almost no opposition during Monday testimony.