He has helped pursue and bring to justice notorious dictators including Augusto Pinochet of Chile, Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier of Haiti and Yahya Jammeh of Gambia.
Over the past ten years, Montpelier has averaged one water main break every two weeks. Local officials have resisted state regulators’ push to redesign the system.
A transgender Vermont high school student who was the target of a transphobic hate campaign is breaking her silence.
“Santa Camp” is a new documentary from HBO Max about an effort to diversify who represents Santa Claus.
A look at Facebook data, a Northeast Kingdom general store and “a geography to connectedness.”
Obama has had a silent partner in crafting his oratory. In 2006, a novice speechwriter named Cody Keenan joined his team.
Abortion was on the ballot in this week’s midterm elections and the results were emphatic: Voters, even in conservative states, want abortion rights over abortion bans.
The Vermont Women’s Health Center, founded 50 years ago, was the first place in the state to provide legal, elective abortion. It survived a ballot referendum, a fire and an onslaught of out-of-state protesters.
When Rue Mapp goes for a hike, she does more than smell flowers and enjoy vistas. She breaks barriers.
Their blog was called Alzheimer’s Canyon, which was Sky Yardley’s term for a place with “no trails, no landmarks, nothing.”