South Dakota Senator John Thune is speaking out about the confirmation process for the president's cabinet picks.
The Senate has confirmed just two of President Trump's nominees since Friday's inauguration.
In less than 24 hours, lawmakers will be returning to Capitol Hill. First up is a day full of ceremonial swearing-ins, after that, it’s straight to business. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer reports- voters could see the same kind of gridlock.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley released his ballot explanation for a proposed law that would allow South Dakota doctors to prescribe drugs that a terminally ill patient could take to end their life. Some call it the "Death with Dignity" measure.
Hope for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and other wounds of war. A bill is on its way to President Obama’s desk that could help prevent some of them from receiving a less-than-honorable discharge.