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Senators Who Tackled Military Sexual Assault Now Turn Their Attention To College Campuses
The lawmakers who spent the past year pushing for military sexual assault reform are now setting their sights on college campuses.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The Huffington Post
Sen. Claire McCaskill: Targeting Sexual Assaults on Campuses -- Starting With the Facts on the Ground
It's just as much a rape to take advantage of a classmate who's incapacitated in a dorm room as it is to assault a stranger at gunpoint.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Federal Computer Week
Should every agency have an IG?
Effective government oversight might seem like a pure notion, but the best ways to hold agencies accountable are less obvious.
UM System hires risk management firm to address sexual assault policies
The University of Missouri System has hired a higher education risk management consulting firm to look at how each campus handles sexual assault and mental health issues.
Super PAC ad hits Tillis on sex scandal
Democrats aren't waiting until November to play a trump card against House Speaker Thom Tillis in the U.S. Senate race.
Big Revamp of Pentagon's Troubled Mission to Find Missing Soldiers Looks a Lot Like Old Revamp
US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks during a press conference at the Pentagon in Washington, DC, March 31. With Congressional pressure and media scrutiny intensifying, the defense secretary came out with a bold plan to fix the Pentagon's struggling mission to recover remains of missing service members: reorganize the effort into a new ... (more)
Pentagon Orders Major Review of Military Justice System
The Defense Department has announced a full-scale review of the military justice system after an outcry from Congress over the handling of sexual assault cases in the armed forces.
The Washington Post
Carolyn Hax: Ex wants her back, but wona t drop latest fling
I met a man who was a year out of a decades-long marriage, and we became seriously, passionately involved and discussed marriage.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Detroit Free Press
U.S. senators demand details from supplier Delphi about GM recall
The rumor mill is in high gear, saying that AC/DC may not be back at all this year, or any year,... The ignition switch of a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt is photographed in Alexandria, Va., Tuesday, April 1, 2014.
The Heritage Foundation
Federal Agency Loses Money Selling Government Reports. The Catch? They're Already Free
A federal agency selling government reports that are otherwise free is the target of a new bill meant to curtail government waste.
KMOV-TV Saint Louis
Missouri Sen. McCaskill voices support for immigration reform in St. Louis
Sen. McCaskill attended a question and answer session at the Cortex Tech and Research Park in the Central West End where some businesses owners said they can't recruit well qualified employees without immigration reform.
The Washington Post
Colleges surveyed on sexual assault
Sen. Claire McCaskill speaks to constituents during a roundtable discussion on the campus of the University of Central Missouri, in Warrensburg, Mo.
a Gop-Controlled Senate Would Still Need Votes from Dems
Republicans will be jumping for joy if they capture the Senate in November but a small group of moderate Democrats could be the real winners in the end.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Huffington Post
Reclaiming The Words That Smear
MAY 23: Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., participates in the news conference to announce 'bipartisan, bicameral legislation to combat sexual assaults in the military by holding perpetrators accountable and better protecting survivors.'
'Let Me Google That For You' May Soon Be Etched In Law
Apparently there is one thing U.S. Senators from both sides of the aisle can agree on: When you can use Google to answer a question, use Google to answer a question.
Sexual assaults on campus under national scrutiny
Two separate, alleged sexual assaults on the Missouri State University campus - on March 30 and April 4 - come at a time when the rape and sexual assault of women on college campuses has come under national scrutiny, in part from U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Senators seek to abolish agency, introduce 'let me Google that for you' bill
Call it the "google-ization" of the United States. A new bill has been introduced in the Senate called the "Let Me Google That For You Act."
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Women reclaiming the words that smear
"Miss Congeniality." Not sufficiently "ladylike." In politics, these words and phrases have long been used to belittle female candidates.
Stars and Stripes
Advanced aircraft for 139th Airlift Wing discussed at Senate hearing
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - The need for a next-generation aircraft to further the mission of the Air National Guard base in St. Joseph got placed in front of the top officer in the Air Force this week.