A Minnesota National Guardsman, accused of stealing hundreds of soldiers’ identities, had a target list that included billionaire Warren Buffet. Keith Novak made his first appearance in federal court Monday on a fraud charge related to the identity theft. Novak is charged with one count of fraud in connection with the theft of personal identification information for more than 400 active-duty U.S. soldiers. The FBI revealed that much of the evidence against Novak comes from their taped conversations with him.
Minnesota voters will decide on Election Day whether to make all voters show photo IDs in future elections — a decision that could have far-reaching implications in a state known for robust turnout.
Some opponents of the proposed amendment to require Minnesota voters to show a photo ID at the polls are angry at the Minnesota DFL Party. They say the party is not putting enough resources into defeating the amendment.
After years of expanding when and how people can vote, state legislatures now under new Republican control are moving to trim early voting days, beef up identification requirements and put new restrictions on how voters are notified about absentee ballots.
Minneapolis Police say they don’t know the identity of a man who was shot shortly after midnight.
A federal judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit filed by voters who wanted to wear tea party T-shirts and buttons that said “Please I.D. Me” to the polls in last November’s election.
Mischke starts off on a musical note. He digs through the meaning of the actual word “kumbaya”, then he trudges through some of the worst college fight songs across the country. Charges against a man […]