North Korea launched three short-range guided missiles into the sea off the Korean Peninsula's east coast Saturday, South Korea's semi-official news agency Yonhap cited the South Korean Defense Ministry as saying.
Senator Jerry Moran is among a group of senators demanding answers from the administration of the FAA on salary bonuses. “At the time when sequestration was one month away, the FAA’s leadership ignored Secretary LaHood’s specific guidance and awarded bonuses.”
A decision by U.S. District Judge David Campbell rejects the argument by immigrant rights advocates who said Brewer's policy was unconstitutional because it's trumped by federal law.
The Kansas adjutant general and top officials with the Armenian Ministry of Defense say a 10-year relationship between the state and the former Soviet republic has yielded benefits for both groups.
The junior senator from Kansas also expressed his concerns on the Mike Huckabee radio show Tuesday.
Mayor Larry Wolgast says the council seat vacated by Andrew Gray's resignation will be featured in a job posting on May 20th.
A federal review of AP phone records is unprecedented but looks legal, analyst Jeffrey Toobin says. There'd better be a "damned good explanation" for subpoenas, according to Speaker Boehner's spokesman.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has pledged to sign a bill legalizing same-sex marriage, and scheduled a ceremony at 5 p.m. Tuesday on the front steps of the Capitol in St. Paul to do so.
President Obama on Monday vowed to find out "exactly what happened" at the IRS during the period under which the agency targeted conservative groups.
Renewed legislative efforts to change the way Kansas selects members for its highest courts are part of a recent wave of modifications sought nationwide to alter the composition of the state's judicial branch
28 town elected officials all voted for the plan that would construct a new building in the same location as the existing school. The proposal now goes to the local school board and then before Newtown voters in a referendum.
Landon Fulmer sought to assure Democrats in the Kansas Senate on Thursday that the state is unlikely to face committing more funding for the project if it issues an additional $202 million in bonds.
Republican precinct committee members selected Becky Nioce Thursday night to fill the remaining term of current Register of Deeds Marilyn Nichols.
State Department official Greg Hicks says he never believed the attack was a protest. Key lawmaker says administration is not cooperating with investigation.
Shawnee County's Republican Central Committee will meet tomorrow to choose a replacement for Register of Deeds Marilyn Nichols.
Former Gov. Mark Sanford on Tuesday defeated Democratic candidate Elizabeth Colbert Busch in the special election for South Carolina's 1st congressional district.
Two weeks ago, Topeka City Council members postponed a decision on whether to allow demolition of an historic church on 700 SE Lime Street. The question was back on the table tonight.
NJ Gov. Chris Christie said he decided to undergo gastric band surgery for his family and for his "long-term health" - not for career purposes.
A legislative post audit looked at whether the state was complying with 29 federal programs. The unemployment insurance program was the only one found to have problems.
Since his failed run for the White House, Al Gore has leveraged his connections to make investments in technology and media that paid off.
Kansas legislators reconvene this week facing a decision about Gov. Sam Brownback's plan to stabilize the budget by canceling a scheduled sales tax decrease.
The United States remains committed to reducing the demand for drugs, he says.. "I see a Mexico that is taking its rightful place in the world," the President told Mexico's leaders Friday.
Kris Kobach said Thursday that it's ``ridiculous'' that taxpayers would have to foot the bill for a redistricting lawsuit.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has told Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback that a new state law attempting to block federal regulation of some guns is unconstitutional.
Thousands joined May Day rallies in dozens of cities from New Hampshire to Montana and beyond.
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