A photograph from The Star’s historical archive shows the head of the Kansas City, Kan., vice squad and prominent criminal attorney Anthony R. Russo on their way into court on charges of bribery and conspiracy related to prostitution.
The news that the publisher of the Missouri Times paid thousands to the lawyer who publicized the allegations against Gov. Eric Greitens has reignited a debate over the paper’s status among the Capitol press corps.
The Star is participating with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to give readers a glimpse into the past to revisit how the newspaper tracked the events that eventually led to the Nazi Holocaust and its aftermath.
Sam Brownback, Kansas' former governor and Ryan’s mentor, recounted In a December 2016 interview with The Star an early experience when Ryan worked for him in the 1990s while Brownback served in Congress.
The attorney for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens’ alleged victim wants to release his client’s full testimony after Greitens’ team promoted the idea that she dreamed the governor had taken a photo of her without her consent.