Updated: 11:15 PM Deep inside the military's special operations forces there is a crisis of conscience unfolding. The publication of "No Easy Day," a former Navy SEAL's account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, is forcing many to rethink a fundamental point of military honor. How much should America's commandos talk about what they do?
Posted: 11:13 PM A federal judge on Wednesday denied a request to block the "show me your papers" provision in Arizona's immigration law, bringing officials one step closer to enforcing one of the most controversial parts of the 2010 measure.
Updated: 10:55 PM In a highly anticipated speech, former Pres. Bill Clinton said Pres. Obama offers a better path forward for America.
Updated: 10:48 PM Elizabeth Warren, the Harvard professor who's locked in a tight battle with Republican Sen. Scott Brown in Massachusetts, said she and President Obama are on the side of small business owners.
Updated: 10:33 PM First Lady Michelle Obama shared the intimate stories of her life with her husband, President Barack Obama, during her appearance Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention.
Posted: 9:56 PM Some question the Social Security Administration's recent bid request for 174,000 hollow-point bullets. Bloggers say the agency's police force is preparing for financial collapse and civil unrest. The agency characterizes the order as routine and says special agents need them.
Posted: 9:10 PM In August, the Legislative Coordinating Council created the 2013 Special Interim Committees and designated sixty-two interim days for them to meet.
Posted: 8:45 PM Joseph P. Kennedy III, the son of former six-term congressman Joseph P. Kennedy II and grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, spoke at the Democratic National Convention on its opening night Tuesday.
Posted: 8:16 PM Operation Rescue filed a complaint Tuesday with the Office the Disciplinary Administrator. It alleges Johnson Co. DA Steve Howe lied in court about the destruction of the records obtained in a Planned Parenthood investigation.
Posted: 7:38 PM The new KanCare site contains information and material from KDHE’s former KanCare Web page plus more content to assist Medicaid consumers and service providers during the system's transition.
Updated: 4:33 PM Peace talks to negotiate an end to Latin America's oldest insurgency will begin in October in Oslo, Norway, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said.
Posted: 4:28 PM The political conclave that will formally nominate Obama for a second term serves as a response to last week's Republican convention that nominated Mitt Romney as the GOP challenger in November.
Posted: 4:22 PM When Michelle Obama takes the stage at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, she faces a similar task as Ann Romney of presenting her husband as a father and family man, above his public persona in the political spotlight.
Posted: 11:45 AM Kansas House Speaker Mike O'Neal announced Tuesday appointments to the Ethics and Elections, Financial Institutions and Insurance, Rural Broadband, Taxation, and Transportation committees.
Posted: 3:59 PM Labor Day is the traditional start of the fall presidential campaign, but President Obama was on the attack all weekend in some of the nation's most important swing states.
Posted: 7:12 PM If there was any doubt about the importance of battleground states just look at the president's agenda. Sunday was the eighth time President Obama has been to Colorado just this year. He is campaigning there in advance of the Democratic National Convention, starting Tuesday.
Posted: 6:07 PM As President Obama and the Democrats gear up for their convention in Charlotte, N.C., this week, Democrats unpacked their thoughts on last week's Republican convention. Senior campaign aide Stephanie Cutter said she gathered that Republicans "think lying is a virtue."
Posted: 5:04 AM A senior adviser to Mitt Romney's campaign acknowledged on Friday that actor/director Clint Eastwood veered off previously discussed talking points in his controversial Republican National Convention address, but said the Republican nominee enjoyed the speech and found it "funny."