Prosecutors in counties across the country maintain a database of rogue police officers who have come under scrutiny for dishonesty and other misdeeds. In the Kansas City metro area, only one of five county prosecutors keeps such a list.
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid’s decision to appear at two fundraisers for Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer’s campaign for governor is a head-scratcher. Reid had little to say about the NFL’s new national anthem policy this week, but yet, he’s willing to take sides in a political race.
Josh Hawley isn't backing migrant family separations, and Sen. Claire McCaskill doesn't want children to be used as human shields. They strongly disagree, though, in a rare back-and-forth of substance.
Complaining in 2015 about criticism from Krauthammer and another conservative writer, Jonah Goldberg, President Donald Trump referred to “a guy that can’t buy a pair of pants,” without making clear which guy he was talking about.
The deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have sparked some important conversations about depression and suicide. But those discussions haven't even touched on what research tells us about physician-assisted suicide.
When I worked for George W. Bush, we were required by the Secret Service to remove the batteries from our BlackBerrys, place them in a sealed plastic bag and leave them on Air Force One for the duration of our visit to certain countries.
The upshot is that many of the country’s best and brightest are either exerting their talents trying to beat each other out in a zero-sum trading game, or exploiting legal and behavioral loopholes to part investors from their money.
People such as Trump senior adviser Stephen Miller are not steeped in conservative thinking and do not operate with a conservative disposition. Their primary orientation is not to conservative governance but to owning the libs.
The St. Louis-Kansas City Carpenters Regional Council says its endorsement of state Rep. Bob Burns, a Democrat who had been a regular caller to a radio show with a racist history, was a misunderstanding. African-American leaders aren't pleased.
Filmmaker and KU professor Kevin Willmott says President Donald Trump cleared the way for the re-emergence of hate groups. Willmott's new film, "BlacKkKlansman" opens next month on the one-year anniversary of the Charlottesville protests.
How did we become the country that thinks that everyone else is out to get us? Even though we’re clearly the strongest country in the world and among the most prosperous, somehow everybody else has been taking advantage of us for decades.