Gov. Jay Nixon says he'll continue trying to expand Medicaid health coverage to more Missourians.
Agency still can't provide details on who in management knew that employees were targeting conservative groups.
An Illinois House committee has OK'd a measure to regulate high-volume oil and gas drilling in the state.
Parents of two Sandy Hook elementary students killed by a Connecticut gunman last fall testified in favor of limiting high-capacity ammunition magazines in Illinois.
Gov. Pat Quinn says he's reviewing a bill that would legalize the medical use of marijuana.
Some good news for a White House battered by allegations of scandal: President Obama's approval ratings remain steady.
Bill would encourage programmers and distributors to unbundle their channels.
Parents of three children killed in the Connecticut school shooting say a ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines will help save lives.
Beware the out-of-context quote.
Social media was a-twitter Sunday over a sound bite by White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer that "the law is irrelevant," but that awkward comment has to be viewed in terms of the overall discussion about the Internal Revenue Service flap.
Medical marijuana use in Illinois is now in Gov. Pat Quinn's hands after the state Senate approved legislation.
Missouri lawmakers are down to their final day to pass legislation before their annual session ends.
Maryland Heights City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to amend city housing laws, according to LGBT advocacy organization PROMO.
After years of negotiating and a week that saw one of its members nearly bolt from the group, a bipartisan group of House members announced Thursday that they had reached a deal "in principle" on a bill to overhaul the nation's immigration laws.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster filed a lawsuit Thursday against a California man and his construction company for allegedly scamming Joplin tornado victims.
President Obama said on Thursday that he was naming a trusted White House budget official, Daniel Werfel, to serve as his new acting IRS commissioner, while a second top IRS official announced he was stepping down from the agency in the aftermath of revelations that the agency had targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny.