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Former Republican U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska was sentenced to two years of probation, a $25,000 fine and community service for lying to federal authorities about $30,000 in illegal campaign contributions.
The winner of the race will emerge as a strong favorite against state Sen. Carol Blood, who won the Democratic nomination for governor. The incumbent, Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts, is prohibited by term limit laws from running again.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The top race in Tuesday’s primary elections in Nebraska is a heavily contested Republican primary for Nebraska governor. It features a Donald Trump-endorsed candidate who has been accused of groping multiple women. Voters in Nebraska…
Republican U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry is facing growing pressure to resign from congressional leaders and Nebraska's GOP governor after a California jury found him guilty of lying to federal authorities about an illegal $30,000 campaign donation from a Nigerian billionaire.
The U.S. attorney's office announced that the federal grand jury in Los Angeles had indicted the nine-term Republican on one charge of scheming to falsify and conceal material facts and two counts of making false statements to federal investigators.
Some hospitals are so concerned that they equipped workers with panic buttons, while others have limited the number of public entrance to their facilities.
U.S. hospitals slammed with COVID-19 patients are trying to lure nurses and doctors out of retirement, recruiting students and new graduates who have yet to earn their licenses.
State and federal authorities said earlier in the day that agents have foiled a stunning plot to kidnap Whitmer. They have announced charges in an alleged scheme that involved months of planning and even rehearsals to snatch Whitmer at her…
While the rallies in major cities nationwide have grabbed headlines, people living in smaller and mid-sized cities have also raised their voices to call for change. Some of those protests have turned violent.
Nebraska is the first state to publicly acknowledge it will share drivers’ license records with the U.S. Census Bureau as the federal agency tries to comply with President Donald Trump’s order to count the number of U.S. citizens.
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