Bill is ‘a legitimate attempt by a state legislature to discover the boundaries of Roe v. Wade’
Tweeted photo goes viral
TheDC’s executive editor won’t let tax increases stop him from smoking hand-rolled stogies, and doesn’t care if you approve
Republican bows out without recount
The Flickertail State’s economy is growing rapidly, thanks to a flourishing oil and natural gas industry.
Do we really own our property, or are we just renting it from the government?
‘It’s absolutely stupid to take away a name they’ve had for so long’
Alumni, American Indians groups face off in long-standing dispute
Busiest day yet of 2012 GOP primary may help seal fate of the anti-Romney
University of North Dakota fights to keep Fighting Sioux as its mascot
Conservative activists are trying to abolish North Dakota’s property tax.
TheDC Morning: Obamacare = Obamajobkiller
It’s an approach that’s working in North Dakota, where the unemployment rate is 3.3%.
Berg has been in the U.S. House for fewer than five months
A new report from the Substance Abuse and Metal Health Services Administration hails Wisconsin as the state with the most drunk drivers
The incoming class of mavericks - TheDC
Who could take the title from McCain and Graham? All signs point to California, Illinois, and North Dakota
Some of the most embattled House Democrats are the five moderates who voted “yes” on the final health-care bill after voting “no” on the November 2009 version
TheDC Election Outlook: Take a look at some of this year's most entertaining (and close) House races - TheDC
The GOP is looking for at least 39 House seats, and while they’re looking we’re breaking down the most interesting House races
There is a widening gap between American society and the military that protects it. The reason: at elite colleges, soldiers are as rare as Republican faculty members.
Anger against incumbent Democrats echoes across the rural Midwest