Brexit bankroller Arron Banks’ ties to the University of Mississippi were called into question this week regarding whether university data scientists worked with Banks’ firm, Big Data Dolphins, to access personal data from the United Kingdom.
If lawmakers are going to use that label to defend abortion restrictions, they could at least try harder to live up to what it promises.
Could a Democrat win in Mississippi in 2018? What the nation is saying about Thad Cochran’s resignation
Mississippi was already poised for an eventful election year, but the impending retirement of longtime U.S. Senator Thad Cochran has local and national analysts buzzing about how 2018 could play out politically in the Magnolia State.
U.S. Senator Thad Cochran is resigning April 1 due to "health problems," according to the Associated Press.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is trying once more to get community college scholarship funding in the state budget, specifically $7 million to allow students to attend for free.
Vice's new video brings up a lot of questions about Mississippi's education system and shines a light on the lawsuit that could change it.