Former state Sen. Dale Schultz laments his support for tighter voter rules and reconfiguring districts and says he's happy the Supreme Court will weigh partisan gerrymandering.
North Dakota is stretched thin in its battle to protect the Dakota Access pipeline construction: Costs are nearing $15 million, and police resources are increasingly stressed.
The Republican Party's systematic attempt to disenfranchise African-Americans and other minorities with laws and restrictions at the polls did not die with Jim Crow.
UCLA signed a 12-year, $280 million deal with sports apparel company Under Armour before the season began. It is the most lucrative apparel contract in sports history, but in the competitive world of endorsement deals, don’t expect the Bruins (head coach Jim Mora, pictured) to stay No. 1 for long.
Just a few weeks ago, many mainstream pundits were prematurely calling the contest for the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations in favor of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, respectively. On Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders' and Ted Cruz's significant wins in the Wisconsin primary showed that the races are far from over.
Law requires that voters present state-issued photo IDs at polls, which could hurt college students—a large part of Sanders' base.
Reports of the Republican front-runner's demise are premature, and they may be the product of wishful thinking.
We need to move to the next stage of voting rights—a new Voting Rights Act—that renews the law that was effectively repealed by the conservative activists on the Supreme Court.
The controversial law is about to get its inaugural use in a major statewide vote, Wisconsin’s April 5th primary.