Lawmakers and state officials got a chance to hear from supporters of home energy tax credits to decide whether to keep them.
Rep. Michele Bachman officially threw her hat into the presidential ring on June 27. Since then, the Minnesota congresswoman has […]
There’s no such thing as an uneventful week at the White House. Yet even by the climactic standards of this […]
Rick Perry, the longest-serving governor of Texas, is a Methodist by tradition who, with his wife Anita, now attends an […]
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 […]