States bidding to secede respond to Marjorie Taylor Greene's "divorce" idea
"The United States isn't a country. It's a political and economic institution and, as an institution, it is terminally broken," Daniel Miller said.
Cigarette butt solves 50-year Rita Curran cold case
Authorities said they have finally identified the killer in Curran's 1971 murder as William DeRoos, her upstairs neighbor. He died in 1986.
Bernie Sanders outraged Nikki Haley wants him to take competency test
"There are a lot of 40-year-olds out there who ain't particularly competent," the Vermont senator said on Sunday.
Vermont bill sparks fear of "suicide tourism"
The debate over medically assisted suicide is one of patient rights and the value of life itself, proponents and critics claim.
Weird ghostly-looking fish caught in pond, thrown back alive
Biologists believe the fish is leucistic, a genetic mutation that results in a partial loss of skin pigmentation.
Woman, 76, found frozen to death on her driveway after fall: police
Vermont State Police said the woman appeared to have died from "exposure to the elements."
Rare wolf-dog hybrid given to shelter finally gets his "happily ever after"
"As soon as I saw him in person my heart melted," new owner Ron Monroe from Vermont told Newsweek.
Human composting is legal in these six states
The New York State Catholic Conference has lobbied against human composting, which they say: "Does not provide the respect due to bodily remains."
Snow storm forecast—"significant blizzard" to hit multiple states this week
Blizzard conditions are predicted for the Midwest and Great Lakes regions over the coming days.
Ezra Miller "unlikely" to serve "significant jail term" after arraignment
The actor "will not in a million years" get the "statutory maximum" sentence, former federal prosecutor Duncan Levin tells Newsweek.
Bernie Sanders declines to comment on Fetterman health, takes aim at Dr. Oz
Fetterman's health emerged as a major topic in Pennsylvania's Senate race, but the Vermont independent wouldn't say Sunday if he should release medical records.
The 7 States Where You Can Get the Largest Home for Your Money
Avoid the West Coast if you're looking to buy a big house on the cheap.
Vermont Woman Being Mauled by Bear Was Saved by Her Jack Russell
The bear charged a woman who was walking her two dogs and sank its teeth into her leg.
Ezra Miller Fans Voice Support as Actor Begins Mental Health Treatment
"I hope Ezra Miller gets the help they need and does right by the people they've harmed, whether they make more movies or not," one commenter said.
Ezra Miller in New Probe As Police Hunt Mother, Kids Who Stayed With Star
Police in Vermont had planned to remove the children—aged 1, 4 and 5 years old—from the "Justice League" star's property and the care of their mother.
Trump, Pence Continue Proxy Fight in Wisconsin, Omar Clings to House Seat
A member of "The Squad" hangs on in Minnesota while Wisconsin's GOP gubernatorial was another test for Trump and his former VP dueling influence.
Is 'The Flash' Movie Still Going Ahead Amid Ezra Miller's Burglary Charge?
"The Flash" movie star Ezra Miller has been charged with felony burglary in Vermont.
Cat Helps Blind Dog Navigate Their Home By Meowing
Blaze went blind in 2020, but thankfully his cat sister Satin has learned to "talk" to guide him.
These Are the Five States With No Known Monkeypox Cases
CDC data shows the state with the most cases is New York with 990, followed by California with 356 and Illinois with 344.
McDonald's Evacuated After Employee Throws Live Ammunition On Grill: Police
The employee was later detained and taken to the University of Vermont Medical Center for treatment.
Man Assaults Troopers With Excavator in Attempt to Stop Son's Arrest: Video
The troopers were investigating a suspect for aggravated assault and battery, but they did not expect his parents to put up such a fight.
'Extinct' Orchid Found in Vermont for First Time in Over 100 Years
The small whorled pogonia that has now been documented in Winooski Valley Park District hadn't been seen in Vermont since 1902.
What Environmental Justice Looks Like (And Why It Matters)
It's been a long time coming to get America as a country, and states like Vermont and Arizona, to commit to environmental justice.
Bobcat Attacks Elderly Man After Chasing Cat Into Home: Police
The elderly man managed to trap the bobcat in his bathroom.
Real Life Version of 'The Office' Suck It Vacuum Delights the Internet
"I know these builds go down as useless inventions, but this is amazing," wrote one commenter. While another said: "David Wallace would be proud."
10 States and Cities With the Biggest Pothole Problems
Potholes cost U.S. drivers about $3 billion in repairs every year
Video Shows Deer Stranded on Icy Vermont Lake Being Saved by Fishermen
The Vermont FWD generally cautions against direct encounters with wildlife, but ended up helping the friends with advice on this occasion.
Trump Supporters Sending Death Threats to Election Workers Spark New Bills
Investigations have found that Trump supporters have sent more than 850 threatening messages to U.S. election officials since 2020.
Ex-Cop Charged With Sexual Assault Dies, Prosecutors Still Want Justice
The Bennington County, Vermont, State's Attorney's Office filed charges against now-deceased Leonard Forte in connection to an alleged sexual assault in 1988.
175K Free COVID Test Kits Claimed in Vermont in Less Than Five Hours
175,000 test kits, each containing two tests, were made available by Vermont's state government in partnership with the National Institute of Health and Amazon.