Oregon state senators voted unanimously Thursday to outlaw so-called revenge porn, when jilted ex-lovers distribute intimate photos that were shared consensually during a romantic relationship.
Oracle America Inc. has filed a lawsuit accusing former Gov. John Kitzhaber's campaign consultants of orchestrating the abandonment of the now-defunct Cover Oregon health insurance exchange portal to assist his re-election effort.
Former Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes has filed a lawsuit against the Oregonian to try and keep her emails out of public sight.
Rocky King, who quit for health reasons, said former Gov. John Kitzhaber, whose administration hired King, never told him what to say about Cover Oregon or to cover up the problems with the website.
WW’s reporter Nigel Jaquiss identified that consultant as Patricia McCaig on KATU News Tuesday evening. McCaig was not a state employee.
Oregon's new Gov. Kate Brown fielded questions from a wide range of issues spanning the political spectrum as reporters tried to feel out where she will come down on issues.
The IRS interviewed Oregon’s Department of Administrative Services director Michael Jordan two weeks ago as part of a federal investigation into then Governor John Kitzhaber and his fiancée, Cylvia Hayes.
Marion County Circuit Judge Courtland Geyer ruled Wednesday that Oracle should host Medicaid for another year.
State Senate President Peter Courtney says he's halted confirmation of all officials appointed by former Gov. John Kitzhaber.
Four days before a contract to host Oregon's health insurance system for low-income Oregonians is due to expire, state officials asked a judge on Tuesday to force technology contractor Oracle Inc. to continue running the system.
On the day that news broke that "Jihadi John", the man who has been seen be-heading hostages in videos released by ISIS, has been positively identified, KOMO News' Eric Johnson was at the White House for an interview with President Obama.
Let's say, for a moment, that America has given you the job of picking the perfect candidate for president. Good luck, Mr. or Ms. Voter, deciding what they've got to have — and what they can do without.
The House voted Wednesday to expand the benefits of popular college savings plans that President Barack Obama failed to scale back.
Not yet officially a candidate for president, Hillary Rodham Clinton is already trying to seize the mantle of problem-solver in a nation fed up with dysfunctional government. Republicans are ready to remind Clinton — and voters — of her past warnings of a "vast right-wing conspiracy."