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Judge: Trump’s order doesn’t shield Tyson from state-court claims of wrongful...

A federal judge has ruled that President Trump's designation of meatpacking plants as "critical infrastructure” does not insulate Tyson Foods from state-court claims of...

Sioux City charity fires two school-program officials, alleging misuse of taxpayer...

Two administrators at a Sioux City charity were fired earlier this year after being accused of misspending federal grant money. State unemployment records indicate that...

Five things that didn’t totally suck in 2020

During a New Year’s Eve gathering last year, my friends and I merrily shredded a 2019 calendar and said good riddance. We had every...

Why Facebook antitrust case relies so heavily on Mark Zuckerberg’s emails

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s own words play a starring role in the government’s case to break up his social network. “It is better to buy...

Workers’ COVID-19 lawsuits could be quashed under GOP push in Congress

WASHINGTON — A wrongful death lawsuit filed in connection with a Tyson meat packing facility in Iowa alleged that managers secretly took bets on...

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Texas lawsuit that challenged election results

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Friday turned aside a Texas lawsuit that sought to derail the presidential election results in four battleground states,...

Trump plan to revive the gallows, electric chair, gas chamber and...

The way the federal government can kill death row prisoners will soon be expanded to ghoulish methods that include hanging, the electric chair, gas...

Attorney general denies approving experiments on Glenwood residents

The Iowa attorney general's office is denying allegations that it approved or was involved in plans to conduct sexual-arousal experiments on the mentally disabled...

Lawsuit claims Reynolds’ staff, AG’s office approved sexual-arousal experiments at Glenwood

A new whistleblower lawsuit alleges Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds' staff and an assistant attorney general approved of sexual-arousal experiments on the mentally disabled residents...

Chiropractor sues state, claiming intimidation and harassment after fraud is alleged

A chiropractor accused of bilking Iowa Medicaid out of $75,000 is suing the state for more than $280,000 in legal fees, claiming he is...
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