I was driving through Collinsville the other day when my OCR (Old Car Radar) suddenly kicked in. I can’t explain why, because the car that caught my attention was definitely not a “classic” nor was it especially interesting. The car was a Ford Probe.
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Twenty-four states declined to sign a settlement agreement offered by Purdue Pharma LP, arguing that lawsuits against its owners, the Sackler family, should not be stopped.
A tug of war over contested federal mineral royalty rates played out in the courts between energy groups and the Interior Department again last month. This time, a Wyoming court ruled in favor of the coal industry by partially blocking the 2020 launch of an Obama-era policy, known as the valuation rule.
Nearly one-third of the $1.97 trillion collected by state governments in fiscal year 2017 came from the federal government, the second-largest source of states’ revenue, according to an updated fiscal analysis of all 50 states by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Winning Streak Sports and Texas A&M are partnering to create heritage banners and other memorabilia celebrating the Aggie football team’s 125th anniversary, the company announced Thursday.
An Illinois congressman has a federal proposal to remove most nicotine from e-cigarettes.
Nebraska's class of 2020 secondary is going to have a distinct geographic flavor to it. The verbal commitment of Ronald Delancy III on Tuesday afternoon marked the Huskers' third defensive back commit from the state of Florida.
Some of Tennessee’s largest healthcare advocacy organizations are urging Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee General Assembly to take swift action in response to the emerging public health issues associated with electronic nicotine delivery systems.