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Ever since Mitt Romney lost the Missouri primary to Rick Santorum by a 2:1 vote, Mittens’ campaign has launched a number of attacks on Santorum’s campaign, with Missouri native Jim Talent leading the charge.
The St. Louis Development Corporation has proposed initiating a $100,000 two-year option on the 33-acre Pruitt-Igoe site for Paul J. McKee, Jr.’s Northside Regeneration LLC.
Over the last few months the unemployment rate has declined significantly. This decrease has been accompanied by an increase in President Obama approval rating.
In a rare bipartisan move, the Missouri House’s top Republican and Democrat have signed on as cosponsors to a bill — part of a national movement — that seeks to commit the state to awarding all of its presidential electors to the candidate who wins the national popular vote.
Quick! Do a mental scan of your house or apartment and guess the number of products you have that are continuously drawing power?
This so-called birth control battle is about a lot more than contraception…it is about not having to beg, negotiate, or endure aforced public confession to get access to services and medicine denied based on some employer’s morality glitch.
It’s no secret that many who voted for President Barack Obama in 2008, particularly Latinos, believe his campaign promise of immigration reform has hardly been realized.
A new book, set for release on February 21, 2012, uses leaked emails and Fox Network employees’ own words to show Fox News for what it is—a political operation masquerading as a news network.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and the Missouri Ethics Commission are calling for swift action by the General Assembly in the wake of the state Supreme Court’s decision tossing out a wide-ranging ethics bill that legislators passed two years ago.
There are times when one wonders if Rick Sanatorum ever read a history book, ever read any publication dealing with American foreign policy or whether this man simply wants to prove his ignorance to ignorant members of the Tea Party.
St. Louis County is considering changing farmers’ markets ordinances to make it easier for food venders to do business. Instead of a $35 permit which lasts two weeks, the new permits would last seven-months, and cost $75.
If enough signatures are collected by May 6th, Missouri voters will be asked to support a constitutional amendment to decriminalize cannabis. Seemed like an interesting topic so it was the poll topic last week…
Once upon a time, you could go into a classroom – any grade level, any age, anywhere in the US – and ask children to describe what a scientist looks like.
The clash between abortion rights and religious advocates continued at the Missouri Capitol on Monday.
Members of a U.S. House-Senate committee have reached a tentative agreement on how to extend a payroll tax reduction and provide added unemployment benefits, the New York Times reports.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) – A north St. Louis County creek has a deadly secret…it carried radioactive contamination that sickened hundreds of people.