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If, like me, you've been watching the meteoric rise of Rep. Tom Cotton , who has been lavishly touted as the Next Big Thing by many conservative opinion-leaders, this item from HuffPost's Zach Carter earlier this week was an eye-opener: Rep.
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Though 45 states and the District of Columbia adopted the core, and several states are already implementing them, there are signs of back-pedaling in several states.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's gun-control group is launching a new ad campaign aimed at Democratic Sen.
A group called "Mayors Against Illegal Guns" is out with a new TV ad today which steps up their criticism of U.S. Sen.
The weather is heating up, but it's clear that the central Arkansas food scene is just as hot.
A preliminary report on a northeast Oklahoma boat crash that killed two University of Arkansas students says excessive speed, driver inattention and alcohol use contributed to the accident.
The House and Senate Public Health committees met today to hear updates on the "private option" plan for expanding healthcare coverage.
The University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees on Thursday approved tuition and fee increases of 3.5% for the University of Arkansas and the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.
Arkansas Medicaid officials say the state will submit its request to use federal money to purchase private insurance for thousands of low-income residents by August.
One Republican governor has finally given up his opposition to expanding Medicaid under Obamacare, while another is steadfastly fighting his legislature, vetoing an expansion bill.
The Arkansas Supreme Court today reversed a lower court and said Searcy County Sheriff and Collector Kenny Cassell's 1979 conviction on a federal misdemeanor theft charge for stealing Cornish hens from a Tyson's interstate shipment made him ineligible to hold office.
As temperatures rise and summer draws near, sports practices head outside, but with those skyrocketing temperatures, the risk of heat-related illnesses increases.
Legislation to allow a monument to those who served in the first Gulf War was introduced in the Senate on Tuesday, May 21.
Dark clouds gather above a destroyed home in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday. More storms are forecast to hit parts of the central USA later Tuesday and into Wednesday.