Residents of Russell, the town in Kansas where Mr. Dole grew up, spoke longingly of a bygone era of bipartisanship.
Mr. Dole, a son of the Kansas prairie who was left for dead on a World War II battlefield, became one of the longest-serving Republican leaders.
Prosecutors charged the parents of the 15-year-old accused of killing four classmates with involuntary manslaughter, saying they failed to act on troubling signs.
Many of the jurors said they had already seen body camera video of Ms. Potter, a former police officer in Brooklyn Center, Minn., fatally shooting Daunte Wright after seeming to mistake her gun for...
More states are finding cases of the new variant. Tracking its spread, experts say, is key to understanding what threat it poses.
Kimberly Potter, a former Minnesota police officer, faces manslaughter charges in the death of Mr. Wright. She called out “Taser! Taser! Taser!” before firing her gun during a traffic stop.
For five years, starting in 1986, Nebraska imported 159 river otters, often by trading turkeys to other states. Now the state's otter population numbers about 2,000.
In a citywide overhaul, a beloved Black high school was rezoned to include white students from a richer neighborhood. It has been hard for everyone.
From New England to Texas, real-life Grinches keep stealing holiday greenery. But tree owners are fighting back with video cameras — and the thief-repelling odor of skunks.
From California to Minnesota to Massachusetts, turkeys have taken a liking to university life, leading to social media stardom and crosswalk confrontations.
The Waukesha County district attorney said “there are not words to describe the risk” posed by the man accused of driving through a Christmas parade in Wisconsin and striking dozens.
Dozens of people were injured, including children, after an S.U.V. tore through the Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wis.
Cases are rising again in parts of the country, but more people are traveling, and health officials have largely stopped telling people to skip celebrations.
Officials said dozens of people were struck after the vehicle sped down the street during the Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wis., near Milwaukee.
The auto plant closed in 1988, turning the Wisconsin city upside down. Now it’s facing an even deeper existential crisis.
Some testers gently swab the front of your nostril and send you on your way. Others dig deep, bringing the pain. What’s the gold standard?
Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense team sought a mistrial on Wednesday, its second such request. The judge has yet to rule on either.