A leading pipeline operator is accused of using a “frankenpipe” to transport highly volatile liquids.
"My clients don’t want the pipeline at all. Unfortunately, the way the eminent domain process works, often we're left to fight about the dollars."
Though more and more farmers are growing the crop, a patchwork of federal and state laws are still holding many back.
When Energy Transfer Partners announced the project, they didn't ask for permission, but simply told residents a massive pipeline was coming through some of their properties—soon.
Don't mess with activist doctors.
Misleading information and half-truths litter a state pamphlet that is slanted to scare women out of seeking the routine procedure, activists say.
A law that marks the passports of sex offenders is dangerous and unconstitutional, advocates and sex offenders argued Wednesday.
Camps from both sides of the campaign are accusing Aker of being destructive, vain, and meddlesome. She think she's being a patriot.
In 2014, a police officer was accused of sexually assaulting an inmate in her cell—and the encounter was caught on camera. Yet the officer only served two years and did not have to register as a sex offender.
The task force was created to help local police better deal with rape accusations and prosecutions. Despite record high reports of sexual abuse, the task force is deemed no longer necessary.