Posted: 02/01/2013 - The Kansas House is considering a bill that would allow some religious symbols on public lands.
Posted: 01/31/2013 - Former New York Mayor Ed Koch, 88, is in an intensive care unit, in "obvious discomfort," his spokesman tells WCBS-TV.
Posted: 01/31/2013 - President Barack Obama's choice for defense secretary, former GOP Sen. Chuck Hagel, stumbled at times as he faced questions from his former colleagues.
Posted: 01/31/2013 - Elaine Schwartz spent eight years in the position. Before joining KPHA, Schwartz was a state representative and a nursing home administrator.
Posted: 01/31/2013 - The bill would bar groups that represent teachers and government workers from automatically deducting money from members' paychecks to finance political activities.
Posted: 01/31/2013 - A new report says Gov. Sam Brownback's plan for more income tax cuts would create a $782 million budget shortfall in July 2018.
Posted: 01/31/2013 - The Kansas House has approved a bill restricting political fundraising by public employee unions.
Posted: 01/31/2013 - The Kansas House is set to take a final vote on a bill restricting political fundraising by public unions.
Posted: 01/31/2013 - Kansas lawmakers are considering an anti-racketeering measure aimed at boosting sentences for convicted gang leaders.
Posted: 01/30/2013 - The Senate Education Committee agreed Wednesday to sponsor a measure declaring that the Legislature has the exclusive power to determine how much money is spent on schools.
Posted: 01/30/2013 - The Kansas Senate gave first-round approval to a measure would have the governor appoint judges to the Kansas Court of Appeals and the state Supreme Court, subject to Senate confirmation.
Posted: 01/30/2013 - Governor Sam Brownback and Corrections Secretary Ray Roberts talked with legislators and members of the justice reinvestment working at a breakfast forum Wednesday.
Posted: 01/30/2013 - The measure passed 66 - 54 during Wednesday's session.
Posted: 01/30/2013 - Two Kansas lawmakers are introducing measures aimed at limiting employers' access to job applicants' social media accounts.
Posted: 01/29/2013 - Congress gave the measure its final approval late Monday. Mr. Obama signed it Tuesday night, minutes after returning to the White House from a visit to Nevada.
Posted: 01/29/2013 - Visiting Vegas, the president unveiled a blueprint for comprehensive immigration reform very similar to the framework released a day earlier by a bipartisan group of eight senators, including John McCain.
Posted: 01/29/2013 - Hillary Clinton says "I have absolutely no plans to run," when asked by CNN about a possible return to politics. She plans to work on behalf of women and girls, and also may help with Bill Clinton's foundation work.
Posted: 01/29/2013 - John Kerry, the longtime senator from Massachusetts and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, has served on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for decades, and was the panel's chairman the past four years.
Posted: 01/29/2013 - The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) has initiated a new program to help collect delinquent debts owed to the agency caused by unemployment insurance fraud.
Posted: 01/29/2013 - A bill that seeks to regulate strip clubs and other adult businesses in Kansas has resurfaced in the Kansas House.
Posted: 01/29/2013 - When President Obama hits the stage at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas Tuesday to talk about immigration reform, he'll be employing a tactic that he's made standard practice: Rallying public support for a challenging policy agenda.
Posted: 01/28/2013 - Queen Beatrix will end 33 years on the Dutch throne on April 30th. She will be succeeded by Prince Willem-Alexander, and his daughter Catharina-Amalia will be first in line when he becomes king.
Posted: 01/28/2013 - Undocumented immigrants would get immediate but provisional status to live and work in the U.S. under a compromise proposed by a bipartisan group of senators.
Posted: 01/28/2013 - The Senate approved more than $50 billion in aid to states battered by Superstorm Sandy, four weeks after a delay in the House that sparked bipartisan fury.