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Thousands on parole still can’t vote and one hurdle may be...

The last time Marlon Graham Sr. was allowed to vote, he cast his vote for Barack Obama while he was living in Minnesota. But back...

Democrats challenge absentee voting order, seeking to salvage thousands of applications...

Democratic Party organizations are suing the Iowa secretary of state in an effort to salvage more than 200,000 absentee ballot request forms that two...

‘You just have to act’: Thousands outraged by police brutality rally...

WASHINGTON – On the 57th anniversary of the original March on Washington and in the throes of a pandemic, thousands of demonstrators on Friday...

A ‘call to arms’ that filled Kenosha with combat weapons

The man who called gunmen to gather on the streets of Kenosha, Wis., Tuesday night — culminating in the deaths of two people and...

Unsealed Google lawsuit docs show its own engineers were confused by...

In internal emails unsealed recently in an ongoing consumer fraud lawsuit, Google employees admitted that some parts of their applications’ location privacy settings were...

Expert: Iowa should share more data on traffic stops to fight...

Iowa should expand the amount of data it collects on traffic stops and share it publicly, an authority on bias issues told a state...

Top Homeland Security official vows federal agents ‘will not back away’...

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration’s number two at the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday defended federal law enforcement officers’ intervention in protests in...

Four lawsuits that challenge Trump’s federal agents in Portland test issues...

President Donald Trump has announced that the U.S. Department of Justice will send a “surge of federal law enforcement” into American cities run by...

Glenwood ‘whistleblower’ claims parallel the findings of state’s hired consultant

Six former employees at a state-run care facility for the disabled have lost one round in their $10 million lawsuit against the state, but...

Iowa Constitution gives local leaders power over face mask policy

What do an unlicensed vehicle and a face mask have in common with a Civil War era judge? The answer, I think, is that...
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