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Using drones for journalism raises all sorts of legal and ethical issues, experts say.
The international, economic, environmental, and logistical barriers to the pipeline have all been lifted—it only needs Obama's approval.
The Keystone XL pipeline now moves on to the State Department for final approval.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Democrat Bob Kerrey is getting a boost from a prominent Republican in his bid to pull ahead in Nebraska's tight race for an open Senate seat.
Kerrey, Fischer duke it out in campaign's final days.
Can Keystone move ahead with a new, more eco-friendly route?
Making college more affordable may encourage undocumented students to finish high school.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska will not surrender its supply of a controversial execution drug to the Food and Drug Administration because it believes the court order requiring it to do so is flawed, the state Attorney General's office indicated in a letter to the federal agency Friday.
Decision likely gives Nebraska to GOP--and puts Dems further on defense.
With Ben Nelson's retirement, the hill for Democrats to climb just get a little steeper.