Residents of a central Arkansas community where President Barack Obama hasn’t been popular say they’re still pleased that the president stopped by to tour the damage and speak with those affected by last week’s deadly storms.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is offering her condolences to those who were killed, hurt or lost their homes when a tornado struck Arkansas.
A powerful storm front rumbled through parts of the Plains, Midwest and South on Sunday, spawning deadly tornadoes and heavy hail and rain, and damaging or destroying structures in several states.
It’s voters like Jammy Turner who give Republicans hope of ending an Arkansas political dynasty and taking control of the U.S. Senate this fall.
Former President Bill Clinton and a panel of health and business professionals told an assembly Thursday that it will take a cultural change to instill healthy habits across the people of central Arkansas.
Former President Bill Clinton is urging opponents of the federal health care overhaul to help implement it rather than continue “replaying” debates about the measure and trying to repeal it.
As officeholders and candidates spent the weekend greeting voters, some were encountering similar concerns about President Barack Obama’s announcement that he’ll see congressional approval this month for a military strike against the Syrian government.
One of the chief backers of a plan to defund the federal health care law by tying it to budget negotiations said Monday that he didn’t believe Republicans would be blamed for a government shutdown as supporters of the approach launched a national tour to spur support for the idea.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is sending President Barack Obama a bill that would make it easier for wounded or disabled members of the military and veterans to get through airport security screening. The House approved […]
Arkansas school districts can’t use a little-known state law to employ teachers and staff as guards who can carry guns on campus, the state’s attorney general said Thursday in an opinion that likely ends a district’s plan to arm more than 20 employees when school starts later this year.