North Dakota

The law required doctors to tell patients they could reverse their "medicated abortion" if they acted quickly and underwent what a judge called "unproven medical treatment."
This year, five states have passed laws mandating that physicians tell patients their abortions can be reversed — even though evidence says otherwise.
It's the third time this year the president has welcomed star athletes to the White House with greasy grub.
Energy Transfer Partners wants to ensure foes don't launch websites like "energytransfer.sucks."
The victims weren't immediately identified and police didn't say how they died.
North Dakota’s insurance commissioner, Jon Godfread, said he will contest New York City councilman Robert Cornegy Jr.'s title.
The storm brought blizzard conditions to parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Offensive lineman Jack Albrecht "wanted to make a statement," a Democratic Socialists of America official said.
The president told the Football Championship Subdivision champions he could have had the White House prepare something, but "I know you people."
“How can [it] be called the United States if some of our states are divided in half?” one MegaKota supporter asked.
“It’s part of my identity and who I am,” Ruth Buffalo, one of North Dakota's newest state representatives, said.
Gregory Lee Leingang entered a presidential motorcade route with the trailer loader, authorities said.
Incumbent Heidi Heitkamp was viewed as one of the Senate’s most vulnerable Democrats this cycle.
A Supreme Court ruling has required identification with a provable street address in the state, a rarity for people living on reservations.
Native Americans are scrambling to get IDs with street addresses even if they live where there are no street names. There's little time before the midterm elections.
Anti-corruption activists look to voters to enact ethics oversight of their state's politicians.
Donors gave more than $12 million in 17 days -- although Heitkamp is still an underdog in next month's midterms.
Some women say they never authorized the North Dakota senator's re-election campaign to use their names in the ad.
Ballot initiatives in six states are part of a nationwide campaign to elevate crime victims’ rights.