By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. – Mary Burke’s resume, much like the Democratic candidate for governor, has gone through a lot of changes – particularly over the course of her campaign.
And some new tax records obtained by Wisconsin Reporter beg more questions about Burke’s shifting employment record.Read More →
Thanks to the Florida Supreme Court and a drug dealer, police can no longer spy on unsuspecting citizens through their cell phones without a warrant.Read More →
Oklahoma State University has enlisted a Tulsa law firm to file suit against New Mexico State over the use of its cowboy logo.Read More →
The University of North Carolina has uncovered a massive academic scandal stretching back two decades and involving more than 3,000 students, half of them athletes in the school’s premier sports programs.Read More →
AFL-CIO headquarters in Washington, D.C. paid the union group’s officers and employees an average of $89,328 during the 2014 fiscal year.Read More →
More than $5.2 million in “tobacco” grants to Virginia communities have disappeared, leaving some of the state’s most depressed areas deeper in the red.
From July 2007 until October 2014, 22 localities defaulted on Tobacco Region Opportunity Fund (TROF) grants or owe the Virginia Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission money, said Ned Stephenson, the commission’s deputy director.
The county, ironically, is represented by Terry Kilgore, the chairman of the Virginia Tobacco Commission.Read More →