North Dakota Politics

This morning the Grand Forks Herald published an interesting editorial about paid and unpaid internships in Congress. In it, they make the argument that internships should be paid because it costs ...

Congressman Kevin Cramer’s fundraising continues to plummet in 2017. As an incumbent, Cramer only raised $103,325 in the third quarter of this year. This is down from the second quarter ...

Late last night President Trump, in his continued attempt to undermine insurance markets, decided to end the cost-sharing reductions (CSR) to insurance companies. The subsidies are to help low-income consumers with ...

According to a spokesperson, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp raised $1,038,434.65 and now has $3,760,739.79 cash on hand. This continues Heitkamp’s streak of out-raising any North Dakota U.S. Senate candidate during an off year. ...

Here they go again. Governor Doug Burgum and Senator John Hoeven hosted a meeting in North Dakota and then closed the doors behind them. They banned the public and press ...

The Fargo-Moorhead Diversion debate has been ongoing for at least six years. Six years of heated back and forth, and we’re just now getting together? Six years of demonizing neighbors ...

For the first time in state history, the Legislative body went into executive session, barring the public from their discussion. The closed-door meeting allowed the Legislative Management Committee to hear ...

Last Friday, North Dakota’s University Chancellor Mark Hagerott called into KFGO’s News and Views with Joel Heitkamp. It was the Chancellor’s first public comments following the firing of Lisa Feldner and ...

During a Friday afternoon news dump, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a list of which states’ elections system had been targeted by Russian hackers. Twenty-one states were ...

Did Governor Doug Burgum ask his Director of Medicaid Services what her thoughts were on proposed Medicaid changes under the Graham-Cassidy bill? Did he walk down the hall, knock on ...