Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders will support amendment to the 2005 law on gunmakers’ liability for which he voted. He announced this decision on Saturday, January 16.
In a first for the Vermont Senate, the chamber voted to suspend State Senator Norm McAllister on Wednesday following his May arrest for sexual assault.
The battle between Sen. Bernie Sanders and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) is about to come to fisticuffs—or, at least, some strongly-worded open letters.
It’s currently December 9. And, uh, has anybody seen our snow?
Working in a chocolate factory apparently isn’t as whimsical as it sounds. At least not to a former employee who hated his job at a Vermont factory so much, he tried to get fired by calling in a false bomb threat. Dramatic, much?
A 1972 essay by Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is getting some attention today, because it’s weird as fuck. Bernie opines that men masturbate to images of women who are “tied up” and abused, while women fantasize about “being raped by three men simultaneously.” Oh, you’re paying…
Republican Vermont state senator (and vocal conservative) Norman McAllister was arrested Thursday night—outside the Statehouse, no less—and apparently it’s on charges of sexual assault and “prohibited acts.”
Police say a Vermont woman who went missing in 1971 was last seen eating a bag of dried prunes at the health food store accused murderer Robert Durst co-owned with his presumed-dead first wife.
Fuck yeah, Vermont!
The Wildflower Inn in Lyndonville, Vermont, deemed "New England's Best Family Resort" by Yankee Magazine, says on its website that "There are so many things that make us different." And they don't just mean "the fact that we have 8 children of our own," which, honestly, doesn't really have anything to do with…
Burlington, Vermont resident Danielle Morantez says she was fired by the Salvation Army after she raised concerns about sections of their employee handbook relating to sexual orientation and employment discrimination — and came out as a bisexual herself.
Although the Komen Foundation reversed their immensely unpopular decision to cut funds to Planned Parenthood earlier this year as soon as they realized they stepped in yards of shit, the debacle seems to have affected continued support for Vermont-area Race For The Cure participants and sponsorships. The Vermont-New…
Global warming is probably going to mess up any number of really important things on the planet, but it appears one of its most delicious casualties so far is maple syrup. This year's record warmth in March cut short the six-week-long sap gathering season in the northeast, where most of the country's maple syrup is…