In Iowa, the Ames straw poll is just over a week away, which means the Republican presidential candidates are spending […]
When it comes to this White House and judges, there’s a string of firsts. The first Hispanic on the Supreme […]
State legislative leaders held a press conference Wednesday to announce the formation of a 16-member committee to look at the future of water in Oklahoma.
There’s one thing that freshman Republicans and the old-guard GOP leadership can agree on — the Class of 2010 fundamentally […]
It’s an idea whose time may have come again. There was lively debate about amending the Constitution to require a […]
The federal government recently announced that starting Aug. 2012, insurers must offer female preventive health services without extra costs to […]
With the Senate’s passage of the debt-ceiling legislation and President Obama having signed it Tuesday afternoon, the nation no longer […]
For the Republicans vying to replace President Obama, the debate on the campaign trail has taken a back seat to […]
Democrats may have yielded on their demand for tax increases to Republicans to achieve the debt-ceiling deal President Obama signed […]
The State Treasurer says Oklahoma is continuing to see moderate economic growth, but July wasn’t as strong as the past few months.