JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The legislature has sent Governor Jay Nixon a proposed $620-million a year cut to income taxes, and Republicans are considering whether enough votes to override a veto are in reach.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's House of Representatives has given initial approval to restricting the sales of electronic cigarettes to anyone under the age of 18.
CBSNews -- At an Easter prayer breakfast at the White House Monday morning, President Obama denounced the shootings on Sunday that targeted the Jewish community in Overland Park, Kansas.
CNN -- President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama reported an adjusted gross income of $481,098 for 2013 -- about 21% less than the year before.
CBSNews -- Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning from the Obama administration, CBS News has confirmed.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Jay Nixon (D) is lending his voice to those concerned about the removal from the budget of $4.6-million for the state Children’s Division by the Senate budget committee.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The legislature could meet its goal of shrinking state government this year—by getting rid of about thirty boards and committees it established, such things as the Advisory Committee on Tobacco Securitization or the Joint Committee on Urban Agriculture or the Farm to Table Advisory board.
NIXA, Mo. -- The City of Nixa lost a half-cent sales tax issue by just four votes, now they want to hold a recount.
CBSNews -- Four and a half years after President Obama last traveled to Fort Hood to mourn soldiers killed by a colleague, the president returned once again to pay his respects to another three soldiers that were killed in a shooting at Fort Hood last week.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The House gave initial passage, or “perfected,” legislation alternately called “right to work” by supporters and “right to work for free” by opponents, and both sides are claiming victory.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- University City representative Rory Ellinger has died early Wednesday morning. House Minority Leader Jake Hummel (D-St. Louis) made the announcement to the House Wednesday morning, which then held a moment of silence for Ellinger, who had recently been diagnosed with liver cancer. He was 72.
SOUTHWEST Mo. – The results are in for many area ballot issues.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield’s pension sales tax will stay in place.
WASHINGTON, DC -- (CNN) -- From the White House to Capitol Hill to the campaign trail, Democrats are planning an across-the- board push on paycheck equality on Tuesday, the party's first large-scale coordinated effort on the issue ahead of November's midterm elections.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Several issues will be decided today, and candidates chosen, in the April municipal elections in Missouri.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri state senator wants to give tax break to people buying used cars.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- Kansas is on the verge of banding with 8 other states including Missouri in forming an interstate health care compact, which would let states go their own way with health care rather than participate in the federal healthcare reform law.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Ten voting precincts will be closed Tuesday, April 8.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Area Democrats gather April 4 and 5 for the 2014 Jackson Day Celebration.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- A proposal has again been introduced in the state legislature to limit bicycle traffic on Missouri’s roads.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- Debate of whether to fund bicycle paths with potential proceeds from a transportation tax threatens to take the wheels off a proposed transportation sales tax.
CBSNews -- A bill to extend unemployment insurance benefits cleared a final test vote in the Senate by the thinnest of margins Thursday and his headed for a vote on final passage Monday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A proposal to establish new ethics for the people who pass Missouri’s laws has run into critics who say it doesn’t do enough or might do too much.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Senate discussion of Medicaid reform has been stopped when debate between two Republican Senators started to turn a little ugly.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down current limits on the total amount individual donors can make to political campaigns.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The House has given initial approval to a bill meant to nullify federal gun laws within the state.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state House has approved a $26.6-billion budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. The House’s proposal now goes to the Senate.
WASHINGTON, DC -- A Senate committee will hold a hearing next week into GM's response to the discovery of faulty ignition switches. Sen. Claire McCaskill (R-MO) will chair the hearing.
CBSNews -- Some of the most politically divisive themes and issues of the 2012 election -- Obamacare, the left's "war on religion," the right's "war on women," and the notion of corporate personhood -- all come into play in two cases that will be argued before the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
The Hague, Netherlands (CNN) -- U.S. President Barack Obama and other world leaders have decided to end Russia's role in the group of leading industrialized nations, the White House said Monday.
NIXA. Mo. -- School districts are asking for no-tax-levy-increase bond issue money to pay for upgrades and improvements. Several of those schools are making FEMA safe rooms a big part of their plans.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Doctors in Springfield say a bipartisan bill just signed into law by Gov. Jay Nixon will help patients in treatment for cancer.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The free ride for cell phone users and 9-1-1 services may soon be over.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo .-- The latest House Republican to file articles of impeachment against Governor Jay Nixon (D) says he is “appalled” his majority party’s leadership has not advanced any proposals to impeach the Governor since their filing.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri's governor has joined the ranks of politicians endorsing the expansion of the Keystone Pipeline, known as the Keystone XL project, and is urging the president to move forward on the project.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The White House is rolling out a new project to overhaul the rules for paying overtime - changes that will affect millions of households.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Almost all of Missouri's laws on crime will be rewritten and reordered in the Missouri
WASHINGTON, DC -- Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., on Tuesday went to the Senate floor to charge that the CIA was spying on committee staff members who were conducting oversight of the intelligence agency.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A bill that would limit city and county control over cellphone towers has been delivered to Gov. Jay Nixon's desk, but a group that represents Missouri municipalities is asking him to veto it.
CBSNews -- The Senate on Monday overwhelmingly approved a bill that would make big changes in the military justice system to deal with sexual assault.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Senate supports Senator McCaskill’s proposal to make unit commanders responsible for prosecution of military sex assault cases in their units. Another Senator had proposed letting a special prosecutor decide if the case should be filed.
(CNN) -- Modern-day peeping Toms in Massachusetts, the sorts who get their thrills snapping "upskirt" photos on crowded subways, now have their behavior criminalized.
WASHINGTON, DC -- Bowing to pressure from the Pentagon, the senate kills a measure that would have changed the way the military handles sexual assault cases.
(CNN) -- Massachusetts' highest court ruled Wednesday that it is not illegal to secretly photograph underneath a person's clothing -- a practice known as "upskirting" -- prompting one prosecutor to call for a revision of state law.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – During a trade mission to Canada, Gov. Jay Nixon announced the state’s first-ever trade agreement with the province of Ontario on Thursday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Nixon's credibility with legislative Republicans threatens to derail a tax cut bill.
CBSNews -- President Obama on Wednesday traveled to Connecticut to call for an increase of the federal minimum wage, part of the Democrats' 2014 economic agenda that remains stalled in Congress.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state House has passed legislation to reinstate caps on the amount that could be awarded to plaintiffs for non-economic damages in medical malpractice lawsuits. The bill would limit those damages to $350,000.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon announced an agreement between Missouri and Québec to sell $3.2 billion in Missouri goods Wednesday.
Washington (CNN) -- The battle over the budget often revolves around politically partisan issues of taxes and spending. But President Barack Obama's proposed spending plan for the next fiscal year totals $3.9 trillion so there's a lot that can be overlooked. We read the budget plan so you didn't have to.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--Gov. Jay Nixon has established a state emergency center in preparation for the incoming winter storm system.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo -- The Missouri House passed a bill to aid in child abuse investigations almost unanimously.
LITTLE ROCK, Ar. -- Arkansas's senior senator has made his bid for reelection official.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – In an announcement on Friday, Gov. Nixon says he has released the remaining expenditure restrictions of $132 million for the current fiscal year to continue to consolidate and improve the efficiency of state facilities.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The third expected candidate to run for governor makes it official. Former Congressman Mike Ross filed paperwork at the state capitol.
PHOENIX - In a decision watched across the nation, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Wednesday she has vetoed a controversial bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse to serve gays on religious grounds.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The House Committee on General Laws spent an hour-and-a-half Tuesday afternoon hearing five different proposals that all take different approaches at ethics reform. Lawmakers left that hearing appearing to agree that ethics reform is needed.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Former Missouri senator Kit Bond says he believes the state should accept federal money to expand Medicaid, during a Chamber-sponsored panel discussion in Jefferson City on Tuesday.
(CNN) -- Arizona's SB1062 has pulled off a sort of political magic trick, in that warring sides can read the bill's text and have not only different reactions, but completely opposite ones.
CBSNews -- Vice President Joe Biden, working the talk show circuit this week, said Tuesday he is "uniquely qualified" to be president.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Everywhere you look a candidate, a campaign ready to start. Out of hundreds expected to file, only one can be first in line.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel today outlined a plan for cuts to the Pentagon that would reduce the number of troops to pre-World War II levels, though he admits threats to the United States remain prevalent.
CBSNews -- Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel is recommending shrinking the Army to its smallest size since the buildup to U.S. involvement in World War II in an effort to balance postwar defense needs with budget realities.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Senator Rand Paul will guest speak at the Missouri Association of Republicans Annual Lincoln Days Banquet Feb. 22.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state House has passed measure that would ask voters to change Missouri’s Constitution regarding the powers of a governor to withhold money in the state budget.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The House Appropriations Committee on Education has proposed less than half of the $278-million for the foundation formula for K-12 education that Governor Jay Nixon (D) recommended in his budget proposal.
CNN -- Raising the federal minimum wage would boost the incomes of most low-wage workers but result in job loss for some, according to an analysis released Tuesday.
CBSNews -- With Congress too divided on environmental issues to put forward legislation, President Obama is moving forward with his go-at-it-alone strategy and using his executive authority to set new fuel standards for trucks.
Washington (CNN) - As President Barack Obama marks his sixth Presidents Day in office, his approval ratings remain near the lowest of his presidency.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--When multi-millionaire athletes perform in Missouri, or when the big-time music group does a concert here, they leave some of their money behind to support the arts. But the program is facing the end without legislative action.
(CNN)--Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton are ranked the nation’s 5th and 6th best first ladies, according to a new poll from Siena College.
(CNN) -- Denying services to same-sex couples may soon become legal in Kansas.
CBSNews -- As they readied to escape Washington, D.C., due to an impending snowstorm, the Senate voted to extend the nation’s borrowing authority Wednesday, but not before a bit of suspense.
CBSNews -- Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is joining with a conservative group and Virginia’s former attorney general to sue President Obama and other top administration officials.
CBSNews -- The House voted Tuesday to lift the debt ceiling and avert the threat of a U.S. default until March 15, 2015 with a bill that broke a trend for the GOP by seeking no spending cuts or additional policy items.
(CNN)--Washington -- A senior Iranian naval official says Iran is sending warships toward U.S. maritime borders to send a message, a move a U.S. defense official characterized as an announcement, not a deployment.
CBSNews -- President Obama on Friday signed a five-year farm bill into law, marking the hard-fought legislative accomplishment with eight Democratic members of Congress by his side.
CBSNews -- The latest effort by Senate Democrats to extend emergency unemployment benefits failed on a procedural vote again on Thursday by a vote of 58 to 40, with 39 Republicans objecting to moving ahead with a vote on the measure.
CBSNews -- President Obama hailed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and private companies for committing money and technology to help meet his goal of expanding high-speed broadband access to 99 percent of American students in the next five years.
WASHINGTON D.C. -- Given the new incentives offered by the Affordable Care Act, people will choose to work less in the coming years, nonpartisan budget analysts say -- shrinking the workforce by the equivalent of 2 million full-time workers by 2017 and by 2.5 million by 2024.
CBSNews -- An Army National Guard recruiting program that allegedly was gamed by hundreds of soldiers to the tune of millions of taxpayer dollars is under criminal investigation and is the subject of a Senate Homeland Security subcommittee hearing on Tuesday, CBS News has confirmed.
Washington (CNN) -- It may be the most overlooked mega-bill of the past 12 months.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- Governor Jay Nixon (D) has announced he has set August 5 as the date for special elections to fill three vacant House seats.
CBSNews -- President Obama is calling on Congress to join him in “a year of action” in 2014 with a set of policies aimed at reversing the trend of growing inequality and stalled upward mobility in the United States.
CBSNews -- Excerpts from President Obama's 2014 State of the Union address, scheduled for 9 p.m. ET Tuesday evening.
Washington (CNN) -- You can set your watch by it. Within minutes of the start of a State of the Union address, the President will offer his assessment -- almost always positive -- of where America stands.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- After a Kansas City woman was faced with a $500 fine for contempt of court for bringing her breastfeeding infant to jury duty, some called for a change in Missouri law to exempt breastfeeding women from jury duty. The judge in that case has delayed fining her $500 until the end of the legislative session, to see whether lawmakers approve a specific exemption.
WASHINGTON -- A House plan to make major cuts to food stamps would be scaled back under a bipartisan agreement on a massive farm bill, a near end to a more than two-year fight that has threatened to hurt rural lawmakers in an election year.
(CBS News)--Leading Republican and Democratic Senators expressed optimism this morning that an agreement could be ironed out that will resolve the impending expiration of current tax rates and unemployment benefits.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Greene County Extension Council has appointed new members.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A Senate Committee has endorsed two proposals for a tax cut for individuals and small businesses that legislative staffers say would cost the state about $900-million a year if fully implemented.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Check out the text and audio of the 2014 State of the State address.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon kicked off his State of the State Address by calling attention to the strength of Missourians amid adversity, namely acts of God.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Jay Nixon (D) is revealing a few clues, but only a few, about what he will say to Missourians in his State of the State Address Tuesday night.
CBSNews -- Lawmakers in at least two states say they should conduct executions by firing squad if opposition to capital punishment by pharmaceutical companies makes it hard to obtain drugs for lethal injections.
(CBS News)-- President Obama’s Friday speech outlining proposed reforms to the U.S. surveillance apparatus has done little to unite lawmakers and former administration official who hold starkly different views on the matter.
Kabul, Afghanistan -- (CNN) -- The Obama administration condemned Saturday the Taliban's attack on a Kabul restaurant that killed 21 people, mostly foreigners, as revenge for an airstrike that caused civilian Afghan deaths.
(CNN) -- No one may ever know for sure whether Ohio's execution of Dennis McGuire -- in a procedure during which he reportedly gasped, snorted and struggled -- was inhumane, but his family and medical and legal experts said Friday the ordeal points out fundamental flaws in the use of lethal injection.
(CBS News)-- President Obama on Friday announced a series of reforms to the nation’s surveillance apparatus, including steps to add more privacy safeguards to a controversial National Security Agency program that collects Americans’ phone records in bulk. The reforms, however, leave a number of open questions for Congress and other government officials to resolve.
CBSNews -- By the time they leave town Friday for a one-week work period in their home states, senators are expected to pass a $1.1 trillion, 1,582 page spending bill that will avert the threat of a government shutdown for the next several months and help Congress get back to the normal process of budget and spending money that preceded the gridlock of recent years.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Some state lawmakers have taken issue in years past with the withholding of money appropriated in the state budget by Governor Jay Nixon. Now, one plans to ask voters to weigh in on the issue.
(CNN) -- The September 2012 attack that killed four Americans at a diplomatic compound in Libya was "likely preventable" based on known security shortfalls there and prior warnings that the security situation in that country was deteriorating, the majority of the Senate Intelligence Committee concluded in a report released Wednesday.
CBSNews -- The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments in cases relating to two of the nation’s most controversial and politically dynamic issues, gun possession and abortion rights.
Washington (CNN) -- Shaking off three years of partisan freeze, Republicans and Democrats unveiled a $1.012 trillion spending deal Monday night that would roll back some spending cuts, raise federal worker pay and have a surprisingly broad effect on Americans' everyday lives, from the light bulbs in lamps to the lines at airport security.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The House Committee on Workforce Development and Public Safety is holding a hearing at this hour on proposed “Right to Work” legislation (HB 1099) sponsored by Representative Eric Burlison (R-Springfield). House Republican Leadership has said “Right to Work” will be a priority again this year, as evidenced by holding a hearing on the first Monday of the legislative session.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The House will have at least three different approaches to tax reform to consider in this legislative session.
(CNN) -- Save the date: Iran has pledged to start eliminating some of its uranium stockpile on January 20, the White House said Sunday.
(CNN) -- Ariel Sharon, whose half century as a military and political leader in Israel was marked with victories and controversies, died Saturday after eight years in a coma, Israeli Army Radio reported. Sharon was 85.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The mid-term elections are coming up later this year and a new Gallup poll found that 42 percent of Americans identify themselves as politically independent.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- House Democrats have their own version of legislation seeking to change Missouri’s school transfer law. It will be sponsored by Representative Margo McNeil (D-Florissant), a former educator who served on the House Interim Education Committee.
CBSNews -- President Obama on Thursday will unveil another facet of his plan to combat income inequality, this time focusing on a theme embraced by Democrats and Republicans alike: economic mobility.
CBSNews -- The Senate confirmed Janet Yellen to lead the Federal Reserve Monday, capping off a tug-of-war between Democrats and Republicans over President Obama’s nominees that dominated the Senate in its final weeks of 2013.
CBSNews -- After over two weeks away for the holidays, President Obama is back at the White House and the House and Senate return to the Capitol this week. They’ll have just months to work on the full slate of issues facing them before attention turns to the 2014 midterm elections and the already unproductive legislative branch slows to a crawl.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A report by St. Louis Public Radio says the Department of Corrections obtained the drug used in the execution of Joseph Paul Franklin in November from a compounding pharmacy in Oklahoma that is not licensed in Missouri. At least one state lawmaker, Representative Paul Wieland (R-Imperial), believes that could violate state law and merits an investigation by a House legislative committee.
CBSNews -- The Justice Department on Friday issued its case against Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s New Year’s Eve decision to temporarily block the implementation of the Obamacare mandate for certain religious groups to provide health insurance for employees that includes birth control coverage.
CBSNews -- The White House is coming under pressure from some of its closest allies on health care reform to name a chief executive to run its federal health insurance marketplace and allay the concerns of insurers after the rocky rollout of Obamacare.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The head of a House subcommittee on child abuse says the top issue he wants to deal with in the 2014 session is how the state’s child welfare caseworkers are trained.
(CBS News) -- Former government contractor Edward Snowden, who has divulged significant information on the operations of the National Security Administration, continues to inspire anger from top government officials and admiration from advocates of transparency who say he has sparked necessary changes. And with two judges recently reaching conflicting conclusions on the legality of the NSA methods he revealed back in May, that debate is unlikely to end anytime soon.
CBSNews -- Of the many issues left unfinished by Congress when they left town for the holiday break, an overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws is one that is certainly not going away.
CBSNews -- It’s official: the least- popular Congress in recent history is also the least productive, according to a new analysis from the Pew Research Center.
CBSNews -- Like many Christmas shoppers, President Obama waited until close to the deadline to sign up for health insurance on the Washington, D.C. marketplace.
(CBS News) -- A former deputy director of the CIA said definitively that the National Security Agency (NSA) “is not spying on Americans.”
(CBS News) -- After playing defense for much of 2013 on questions about the rocky Obamacare debut, government surveillance practices, and his stewardship of global crises, a sunnier, feistier President Obama emerged on Friday, using his final news conference of the year to throw a series of counter-punches at critics of his administration.
WASHINGTON -- A comprehensive defense bill that cracks down on sexual assault in the military and adds protections for victims -- but doesn't include the most controversial proposals concerning new rights for victims -- was overwhelmingly approved by the Senate late Thursday.
CBSNews -- The Senate approved a two-year budget agreement Wednesday that will lift the threat of another government shutdown next month and undo $63 billion of the budget cuts mandated by the sequester.
CBSNews -- One million dollars to build a bus stop in Virginia. Five million for customized crystal stemware. Those are just some of the items paid for by the federal government last year. A new report out Tuesday by a prominent Republican senator, called the "Wastebook," details $30 billion in questionable spending.
(CBS News) -- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in an interview aired Sunday that negotiations over its nuclear program are not dead even though Iran is angry about a fresh round of sanctions from the U.S. Treasury Department.
(CBS News) -- President Obama marked the one-year anniversary of the deadly shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in a solemn weekly address on Saturday, reflecting on the grief that still attends the tragedy and his resolve to prevent another like it.
CBSNews -- The House passed a plan to set the federal budget for the next two years, sending it to the Senate and bringing the Congress one step closer to avoiding a repeat of the October 2013 shutdown.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. -- Missouri's Governor want to set contribution limits when it comes to political campaigns.
Washington (CNN) -- Congressional negotiators reached a bipartisan budget compromise on Tuesday that would prevent another government shutdown, if approved by the House and Senate.
CBSNews -- The chairs of the House and Senate Budget Committees, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., have announced a budget deal that will set spending levels for the next two years, preempting another government shutdown in January.
CBSNews -- The Senate returns from a two-week Thanksgiving recess Monday facing a growing pile of work to wrap up before the end of the year and just two weeks to get it all done before lawmakers head home for Christmas.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Ten potential petitions that would legalize marijuana possession in Missouri are open for public review. The Secretary of State’s office has posted them on its web page so members of the public can comment on them before any are approved for public circulation.
(CNN) -- Merrill Newman -- the 85-year-old American detained by North Korean authorities earlier this fall -- returned Saturday to the United States, arriving at San Francisco International Airport.
CBSNews -- As part of an unfolding administrative effort to curb U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, President Obama announced an executive order on Thursday that would nearly triple the share of energy federal agencies obtain from renewable sources.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Thousands of new jobs in Missouri are at stake and billions of dollars are on the line.
CBSNews -- The 113th Congress this year has been exceptionally unproductive -- in fact, it's on track to be one of the least productive ever, in terms of bills passed and signed into law. Now, with just two weeks left on the legislative calendar this year, lawmakers are hard-pressed to renew a series of laws set to expire in the new year and meet other looming deadlines.
CNN -- Congress isn't expected to raise taxes as part of any 2014 budget deal, but it might hike some "user fees" the federal government charges businesses and individuals.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri’s lawmakers are being urged to look at whether the money spent to imprison thousands of people makes the state less dangerous.
Washington (CNN) -- A moment of truth has arrived for President Barack Obama's signature health care reforms with Saturday's self-imposed deadline to get the problem-plagued HealthCare.gov website to work properly for most users.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Obama administration's self- imposed target date for fixing healthcare.gov is tomorrow, so will the health insurance sign up process become smoother? Senator Roy Blunt stopped by to talk about it.
WASHINGTON D.C.-- President Obama wishes the American people a Happy Thanksgiving in a weekly address.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The stakes are high and time is short for Missouri to put together its bid as the place for Boeing to build its newest airliner. Word at the Capitol is that lawmakers might be called together as early as Monday to make sure all the pieces are in place.