Vermont Nominates 1st US Transgender Candidate for Governor

Aug 15, 2018
A former Vermont utility executive on Tuesday became the first transgender candidate from a major political party to be nominated for governo

Don’t forget all those other judges

Aug 15, 2018
Senate Republicans are using their rare August work session to make progress on several of President Trump’s nominees to the lower cour

Y Combinator’s New China Chief Is Bullish on Blockchain

Aug 15, 2018
Y Combinator (YC) has just announced a new China division and its chief believes blockchain will bring long-term advantages to startups, acco

Little-known Official Ends Ex-Gov. Pawlenty’s Comeback Bid

Aug 15, 2018
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who once called Donald Trump “unhinged and unfit for the presidency,” lost to a lesser-known

NY State Fair Offering Narcan Training to Aid Opioid Epidemic Fight

Aug 15, 2018
The state of New York is stepping up its fight against the opioid epidemic by offering free tutorials on using a drug that can reverse an ove

White House to Sidestep Judge’s Block on Medicaid Work Requirements

Aug 12, 2018
The Trump administration says it has a way to sidestep a federal judge’s ruling that stopped Kentucky’s plan to introduce work re

At Bitcoin Cash Birthday Bash, Crypto Embraces the Strange

Aug 12, 2018
Amid a floorshow of acrobats, cross-dressers and samurai dwarves, gambling pioneer turned cryptocurrency advocate Calvin Ayre boomed, “

Trump Says He May ‘Get Involved’ to Force FBI on McCabe Texts

Aug 12, 2018
Donald Trump accused his own attorney general of being “scared stiff and missing in action” as the president continued to question whether of

Eating Diverse Diet – as Recommended – May Not Be Healthy, Study Finds

Aug 12, 2018
Eating a diverse range of foods as part of your diet, as often recommended by health professionals, may not be as healthy as we think, accord

Graham: In Trump Era, Things Can Change in 24 hours ‘For Good or Bad’

Aug 9, 2018
The “real likelihood” of a midterm blue wave in the House could give Democrats more than enough seats to hold the majority, Sen. Lindsey Grah