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3 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Good story with local angle in the New York Times. It's about a December TV ad slamming Obamacare and U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor.
7 hrs ago | KAIT-TV
JONESBORO, AR - The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department had to postpone 15 construction projects statewide because of a lack of federal funding.
7 hrs ago | FOX16
U.S. Senator Mark Pryor today unveiled his "American-Made Strong" jobs legislation to help create good-paying jobs and a path to economic growth and opportunity for Arkansas families.
10 hrs ago | SFGate
Prospect plant manager Steve Belew, far left, points to parts of a bridge project as U.S. Sen. Mark pryor, D-Ark., watches at Lexicon Inc., steel plant in Little Rock, Ark., Friday, July 25, 2014.
19 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
My column this week questions whether there's room for a moderate in the Arkansas Republican Party.
Fundraising plays a factor in who will serve as Senate majority leader in the next Congress.
The line is open and you can see our video headline report above. Lead topic in the roundup is David Ramsey's deep and even-handed look at Republican Rep. Tom Cotton, who's challenging Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor .
Sen. Mark Pryor's re-election campaign blasted challenger Rep. Tom Cotton on Wednesday for touting disaster aid for Arkansas farmers affected by floods, even though Cotton voted against the 2014 and 2013 Farm Bills.
Here's a CNN poll to add to the Republican wastebasket of facts: A majority of Americans think they or others are better off because of Obamacare.
As the 2014 campaign's home stretch approaches, national Republicans have launched a 'Fire Reid' campaign , akin to the successful 2010 push to oust Nancy Pelosi from the House speakership.
U.S. Senators Mark Pryor and John Boozman, along with Congressmen Rick Crawford , Tim Griffin , Steve Womack , and Tom Cotton today announced that 23 Arkansas counties have been designated as disaster areas, allowing farmers and ranchers to receive assistance to recover from losses caused by severe weather in the state.
Despite the record-levels of unpopularity of Congress, both parties are fielding members of the House as candidates in races that will probably determine control of the Senate.
Here's a useful list of what lies ahead after conflicting rulings yesterday on whether subsidies are allowed for people who enroll in health exchanges set up by the federal government rather than the states.
Incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor is no boat-rocker when it comes to foreign policy.
Some Republican candidates are jumping on the opportunity to comment on Tuesday's rulings by two federal appeals courts that affect the nation's healthcare law.
Democratic and Republican Senators are pouring significant time and energy into pursuing female voters, a coveted prize in the Nov. 4 elections.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 09:36 pm
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