JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- The state Supreme Court Tuesday will consider whether a recent change to the state Constitution will let non-violent felons have guns.
WASHINGTON-- U.S. Senator Mark Pryor of Arkansas delivered a farewell address to the Senate on Monday. Pryor lost his re-election attempt in November to Tom Cotton.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- Attorney General Chris Koster has testified to a committee assembled in response to a New York Times article that tied his office’s decisions about what companies to investigate to campaign contributions from those companies’ lobbyists, and turned that attention back on Missouri lawmakers.
LITTLE ROCK, Ar.-- Lt. Governor Mark Darr announced Friday evening that he will resign from office on Feb. 1, 2014.
CBSNews -- In asking Congress for a vote, President Obama has made it clear he would like a mandate from America's democracy behind him if he's going to order strikes inside Syria, but the White House is also working furiously to get international support for any military intervention.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A group pushing for an income tax cut in Missouri made its case in Springfield Tuesday.
Washington (CNN) -- Mitt Romney, a couple men who might have hopes of being the next Republican presidential nominee, and a first-term congressman from Arkansas also will be political stories in the week ahead.
Washington (CNN) -- A CNN analysis shows Congress has spent less time on Capitol Hill so far this year than in any of the previous five years.
CBSNews -- Anthony Weiner, who in recent polls showed he had a decent chance of forcing a runoff in the New York City Democratic mayoral race, now holds fourth place, according to a new poll, with a majority of likely Democratic voters saying the former congressman should drop out.
(Little Rock, AR) -- John Wolfe got about two-thirds as many votes as President Obama in the Arkansas primary on May 22nd, but he won't receive any delegates.