Hundreds of America’s most influential companies and executives, many with Missouri ties, signed a statement Wednesday opposing voter restrictions.
An influential political advisor was confirmed by the Missouri Senate to the board that controls the University of Missouri system.
For all the talk of big changes, Missourians head to the polls Tuesday in an election that will look more like the past than the future.
The CDC recently extended the federal government moratorium through the end of June, which provides protection for renters by not allowing landlords to evict them due to missing rent payments during the pandemic. The idea is to keep as many people out of homeless shelters, which are fast spr…
A proposed bill in the Missouri Senate would have the Missouri Department of Corrections seize stimulus checks from prisoners who owe restitution.
Sen. Josh Hawley said Thursday he stands by his decision to call on then-governor Eric Greitens to resign in 2018.
Northwest Missouri legislators who served with former Missouri governor Eric Greitens described a complex view of his campaign, as the scandals from his past follow him into a U.S. Senate run.
Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo, announced last week he is set to retire at the end of his term and will not be running for reelection in 2022, sparking speculation about who will fill the important Senate seat.
ATCHISON, Kan. — Constituents came from all over Northeast Kansas Friday to visit with U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, who stopped in Atchison for a lunch-hour Town Hall.
The “American Rescue Plan,” the first marquee legislation from President Joe Biden, passed its final hurdle Wednesday, but the bill still has its detractors.