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Trump in final debate slams pandemic aid as a ‘big bailout’...

WASHINGTON — Asked during Thursday’s final presidential debate about why another round of economic relief hasn’t been approved to aid unemployed Americans and struggling...

Medical marijuana lawsuit: Missouri health department illegally concealed documents

A Missouri family that sued after being denied a medical marijuana license is alleging the state department of health and Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s...

Capitol Perspectives: The better angels of our nature

Before proceeding with this column, I want you to think about what you've read, seen or heard from the candidates running for state office...

Missouri Medicaid expansion: Will it bust the budget or pay for...

When Missouri voters approved Medicaid expansion in August, they were told by the ballot language that the price tag was unknown, with possible costs...

Want to vote by mail in Missouri? The deadline to apply...

Election Day is only 13 days away. But if Missourians want to vote from home, they have until 5 p.m. today (Oct. 21) to...

As COVID spreads in Missouri, Parson and Galloway differ starkly on...

September was Missouri's deadliest month since the coronavirus outbreak began, and there have been more than 400 deaths reported since the beginning of October.  Missouri's...

Missouri Attorney General candidates divided on key criminal justice reform

St. Louis-native Lamar Johnson has spent 26 years in prison praying that someone would hear his case. In August 2019, that day almost came. “I...

Remembering former Missouri Gov. Mel Carnahan, 20 years after his sudden...

Today many young people are casting their first votes with no living memory of Missouri’s 2000 general election. But it’s worth remembering for an...

Social media ads another battleground to reach voters in Missouri governor’s...

Depending on your data and interests collected on Facebook, the advertisements pushed online by the two leading candidates for Missouri governor tell two very...

Groups work to energize Missouri’s Black voters in election’s final weeks

All summer and into the fall, the Rev. Michelle Higgins has set aside any thought of leisurely weekends with her family. Instead, she and...

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