Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle said Thursday that her chamber will vote on a resolution next week to limit transgender students to using the bathrooms and locker-rooms corresponding to their sex at birth.
With a triumphant pile of delegates in hand, Republican Donald Trump on Thursday claimed support from "almost everybody" in his party and turned his attention to his likely Democratic presidential opponent, Hillary Clinton, who is still locked in a divisive primary contest.
The report, as well as an FBI investigation and other legal challenges seeking information about her use of the server, is certain to keep alive a controversy that has shadowed Clinton’s campaign for the White House.
A top Kansas legislator circulated a letter Wednesday protesting the federal government’s recent directive on accommodating transgender students in public schools and promising that lawmakers will “use every possible avenue” to resist it. Speaker Ray Merrick invited fellow House members in an email to sign on to the letter.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday that he often used aliases to purchase real estate — but continued to deny he'd been caught on tape pretending to be an imaginary spokesman in a recently-released recording.
A congressional committee on Wednesday grilled the TSA’s top administrator. But national screening woes so far have not been a concern at Kansas City’s airport. Some 208,000 passengers will fly in and out of KCI over the long Memorial Day weekend.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are in a virtual tie two weeks ahead of the primary election in California, with Sanders eliminating the modest advantage she held two months ago, according to a new statewide poll released late Wednesday.
California is so heavily Democratic that no Republican has carried the state since George H.W. Bush in 1988. Yet Donald Trump, buoyed by a rise in national polls and seizing on manufacturing losses in the state, said Wednesday, “We’re going to make a big, big play for California.”
Hillary Clinton and her team ignored clear guidance from the State Department that her email setup broke federal standards and could leave sensitive material vulnerable to hackers, a department audit has found. Her aides twice brushed aside concerns, in one case telling technical staff "the matter was not to be discussed further."
More shots have been fired in the war of words between Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Donald Trump. The Massachusetts Democrat called the Republican presidential candidate a “small, insecure moneygrubber” who doesn’t care whom he hurts, as long as he can make money.
AP count: Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president. Trump, the only remaining GOP candidate left in the race, will go on to accept the nomination at the party's national convention in Cleveland.
While Donald Trump won big in Tuesday’s Washington state Republican primary, he’ll face rough terrain as he tries to put the state in the GOP column for the first time since 1984. Trump’s stances on trade and immigration have drawn much opposition in the Evergreen State.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards is expected to sign the first bill in the nation that extends hate-crime protections to law enforcement officers. It’s part of a growing trend that’s being dubbed ‘Blue Lives Matter’, a controversial counterweight to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Bernie Sanders, responding to Gov. Jerry Brown’s concern about a “scorched earth” primary hurting Hillary Clinton, said Tuesday he has avoided hitting the likely Democratic nominee on “major, major areas” – and then proceeded to list them.
An internal investigative report released Tuesday examining the fire and wall collapse that left two Kansas City firefighters dead faults, in part, the Kansas City Fire Department’s culture of aggressive fire suppression for the two men’s deaths.
Dave Helling, Tammy Ljungblad and Monty DavisThe Kansas City Star
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