There has been extensive debate and disagreement over the role of the National Security Agency in the wake…
Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith believes Congress could learn from the Unicameral….
Finding a fair way to disperse state funds for education continues to be a contentious issue for Nebraska lawmakers…
The South Dakota Department of School and Public Lands leased out almost twenty eight thousand acres during their summer auction last month.
Interest rates on student loans have stabilized for the moment, although nothing is official yet.
The public comment period for the Ponca-Niobrara Land Protection Plan has been extended to the end of September.
Iowa election officials hope a new design for the absentee ballot request form will remove any uncertainty voters might have — especially college students.
The Iowa Board of Medicine has proposed rules that would no longer allow doctors to dispense abortion-inducing pills via a video-conferencing system.
Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns dismisses President Obama’s call for a grand bargain on tax rates and federal spending.
South Dakota Senator John Thune says republicans feel they are facing a deadline for derailing the Affordable Care Act.