Legal Action Against Gov. Kristi Noem for Alleged Deceptive Advertising

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem is facing legal action following a viral dental endorsement video she posted on social media earlier this week. The...

Trump Excludes Some as Potential Running Mates, Hints at Conservative VP Pick

Former President Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for the 2024 election, indicated on Wednesday that he has excluded certain individuals he deemed unfit...

Former President Trump Considers Tim Scott, Kristi Noem for VP Role

Former President Donald Trump discussed potential candidates for his vice presidential running mate during an interview with Maria Bartiromo over the weekend. Among those...

Florida Sends Troops to Texas Border

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) sent state troops to the southern border in an effort to assist Texas in its illegal immigration crisis.

Republicans Shun New Laws Amid Border Crisis, Trump Advocates Direct Action

Republicans find themselves torn between the urgency to pass conservative border legislation, as advocated by many Senate GOP colleagues, and the political interests of...

CBP Has ‘No Plans’ to Remove Razor Wire: Report

A senior Customs and Border Protection (CBP) official told Fox News that there are "no plans" to remove razor wire along the southern border.

Noem’s Solidarity: Offering Razor Wire Support to Texas Governor

Governor Kristi Noem spoke with FOX News to address the ongoing conflict between Texas Governor Greg Abbott and the Biden administration in their efforts...

Wisconsin Looks to Prohibit Private Election Funding

The Wisconsin legislature is looking to create a state constitutional amendment where voters would decide if private election donations would be prohibited at the local level.

South Dakota Rejects Carbon-Capture Pipeline

South Dakota saw a victory after the state's Public Utilities Commission (PUC) voted unanimously to reject a carbon-capture pipeline proposal that would have cost farmers thousands of acres.

South Dakota Landowners Fighting Eminent Domain Lawsuit

Over 80 South Dakota landowners are involved in a lawsuit to fight against a company declaring they have the "right" to eminent domain.

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