Next Thursday's Kansas Town Hall forum at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene focuses on how the nation must act decisively to get out of debt.
The veteran Senator says critical aid to farmers and ranchers is being held hostage by politicians.
For the past week, Mitt Romney brought his presidential campaign abroad to England, Israel and Poland, leaving his initial footprint on the foreign policy landscape. He may have ventured off path once or twice, but, to paraphrase J.R.R Tolkien, not all those who travel are lost. He blazed his own trail, one that will do him much good at home and abroad.
This is a recent column written by the Governor, and released by his office on Wednesday.
New sanctions crack down on banks Washington says helped Iran evade sanctions. Iran insists its nuclear work is strictly peaceful.
A U.S. government watchdog says more than $200 million was wasted on a program to train the Iraqi police force, with security concerns and a lack of interest by the Iraqi government the reasons for the shortcomings.
Senator Pat Roberts and Governor Sam Brownback say the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has pledged it will cease releasing waters from three Kansas River reservoirs.
Nine community members including Jack Alexander, John Nave, Bob Beatty and Neil Dobler have the task of redrawing the lines of Topeka's Council districts, before next spring's elections.
Future City Manager Jim Colson appears excited to begin his job as Topeka's city manager. He's already in the Capitol City this week, taking care of job-related and personal business before moving here in August.