Republicans support their bill to end family separations. Democrats back their version. Sens. Thom Tillis and Ted Cruz, both Republicans, and Dianne Feinstein and Dick Durbin, Democrats, will meet Monday to try to find a compromise.
Former Bowling Green police officer Andrew Long Ryan was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday, resulting in charges of two counts of making threats against the president. "I will kill Donald Trump if you don't follow my leaders lead," he tweeted.
Election Systems and Software, the nation’s largest voting equipment vendor, has for at least nine years coaxed state and local elections officials to serve on an “advisory board” that gathers twice annually in cities across the country for company-sponsored conferences, including one last year at a ritzy Las Vegas resort hotel. One ethics expert said the arrangement is so cozy it "shocks the conscience."
Gov. Matt Bevin says he was politically singled out for special treatment when the Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator reassessed his Anchorage mansion and more than doubled the value to $2.9 million.
One of the nation's largest hedge funds is cutting ties with Kentucky Retirement Systems, telling the state pension agency to withdraw its $68.7 million investment because it does not care for the scrutiny hedge funds are getting in Kentucky.
A lawyer representing opponents of a giant telescope planned for Hawaii's tallest mountain says a hearings officer who recommended granting the project a construction permit had a conflict that should have prevented her from being involved in the case.
The Trump administration has identified the missile test engine site that it says North Korea has pledged to destroy, but the president's latest comments raised new questions about what concessions Pyongyang has made.