The staunch Trump defender went off on Sanders, who won the New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary.
Vermont police had cleared the shipment as legal, Oren Levy of Green Angel CBD said.
The Vermont teenagers said they were inspired by the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team to advocate for closing the gender pay gap.
Gov. Phil Scott is the first Republican governor to publicly support an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
The pigs caused around $80,000 of damage to the small town of Orange, Vermont before most were corralled back to Sugar Mountain Farm.
The idea is dividing Democrats. But in states where it's already a reality, it doesn't seem particularly controversial.
The "Daily Show" host opens up a treasure trove of old footage of the Vermont senator... and it's comedy gold.
“It is a time to reflect on our understanding of our country’s history, both the good and the bad,” a New Mexico lawmaker said earlier this year when his state made the same change.
How folks in southern Vermont handle the scarcity of cellphone signals.
A survey found that in only one state could more than 50 percent pass the exam.
The tweet caused many to wonder whether the Vermont Democrat had forgotten the past.
The state attorney general's office had just decided it couldn't prosecute those who sent threats to Kiah Morris.
A Vermont newspaper’s editorial board has published an op-ed laying out all the reasons why Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) shouldn’t run for president.
Many local and state governments want to expand their workforce by offering student loan help, lower rent or even free land to attract college graduates.
"Bernie Sanders should not run for president. In fact, we beg him not to," wrote the Barre Montpelier Times Argus editorial board.
The Vermont senator has indicated he would step aside if another candidate with a better shot at beating Donald Trump should emerge.
A Vermont couple is trying to recapture Pea, who has been on the run for around 6 weeks.
Lucky shoppers at a Walmart in Derby have one less thing to worry about this holiday season thanks to a mystery do-gooder.
Vermont's openly transgender gubernatorial candidate speaks out on Donald Trump, "radicalized Christians," racial justice and climate change.
State Rep. Kiah Morris said she's faced years of racially motivated attacks online, as well as “home invasions” and vandalism on her property.