Mariah Schrack of Dubuque joined over 150 other couples in a lawsuit against the U.S. State Department. The couples are all waiting for K1-Fiancée Visas, which allow someone from outside the country to enter the U.S. and then marry a citizen within 90 days. The lawsuit claims the State Department has deprioritized those visas, after lifting Covid-19 related restrictions on other forms of visa pretentions.
A U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division investigation determined that Precision of New Hampton Inc., must pay a total of $279,505 in back wages to 150 of its employees for Fair Labor Standards Act violations.
Mt. Pleasant Police say on Sunday, September 20th around 1:15 p.m. officers responded to the 200 E South Street trailer court for a female who had run into a neighbor’s trailer and then been dragged back out by a male subject.
Joe Biden is using a campaign cash advantage over President Donald Trump to add Republican-leaning Georgia and Iowa to his paid media footprint, bringing the Democratic challenger’s television and digital battleground map to an even dozen states.
Democrats raised more than $50 million in the hours after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death. The stunning sum demonstrates how the liberal icon’s passing and the contentious Supreme Court nomination fight that lies ahead are already galvanizing the party’s base.
A new set of polling data released in a tightly-contested U.S. Senate race in Iowa shows the Democratic challenger leading the Republican incumbent in a race that could prove pivotal to control of the chamber in November.