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By The Associated Press With their abs aglow, the fighters of "300: Rise of an Empire" dominated the box office with $45 million in the movie's opening weekend.
10 hrs ago | National Public Radio
At least 28 senators were expected to participate in the dusk-to-dawn talkathon, including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada.
11 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
The state Education Department won't act on a complaint of teaching of religion by a charter school operator with schools in Arkansas.
15 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Republicans blocking a minimum wage increase might want to reflect on what happened in 2006 : Republicans might have overcome those hurdles [war in Iraq and the botched response to Hurricane Katrina] in Missouri and Montana had it not been for the minimum wage issues there.
Democrats have been trumpeting their support for a hefty minimum wage increase in the run-up to November's midterm elections .
Reports have emerged that Little Rock Air Force Base is in line for a major infusion of the Air Force's most advanced cargo plane.
Seeking to protect a program roughly 50 million Americans rely on, a group of senators introduced legislation on Thursday to stave off cuts to Medicare.
Democrats from President Barack Obama's very own party joined Republicans derailing Obama's nominee , Debo Adegbile, for the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department.
Debo Adgebile was rejected in a 47-52 vote to become the next United States Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights.
Fayetteville attorney Timothy Brooks has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as a U.S. District Court Judge for the Western District of Arkansas.
Seizing on proposed Medicare Advantage cuts, the right-leaning American Action Network will unveil a $1 million ad campaign on Friday against three vulnerable Democratic senators and six House Democrats.
Republican Rep. Tom Cotton said a desire to protect America's freedom motivated him to run for Congress in Arkansas, not a sense of entitlement, as Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor claimed.
The state auditor's office said it has not yet received payments from former Lt.
Increasingly anxious about the prospect of a difficult election year, Democratic candidates are already starting to take refuge in one of the party's most tried and true issues: Social Security.