House Democrats opened their first day of arguments in former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial with searing footage of the U.S. Capitol riot as they painted Trump as an “inciter in chief” who systematically riled up his supporters and falsely convinced them the election had been stolen, culminating in the deadly attack.
Prosecutors unveiled chilling new security video in Donald Trump’s impeachment trial Wednesday, showing gripping scenes of how close the rioters were to the country’s leaders.
Ironies abound in the debate over free speech, now that Twitter has taken away President Donald Trump’s favorite bullhorn.
The full extent of the assault on the U.S. Capitol by pro-Trump rioters is coming into sharper focus, with scenes of violence so vast they are difficult to grasp.
While watching the incredible scenes from the U.S. Capitol this week, it was hard not to think about Josh. No, not Josh Hawley. Josh Williams.
Josh Hawley is rebuked by the father of the modern Missouri Republican Party, but it is Danforth's party no more.
Senate and House Republicans still plan to challenge the Electoral College votes. Follow live updates to find out the latest.
Senate and House Republicans plan to challenge the Electoral College votes. Follow live updates to find out the latest.
Governments censor, not private companies.
For years conservative groups and especially the National Rifle Association have been warning that the government would find a way to confiscate the guns of law-abiding Americans. Many people dismissed what they regarded as a scare tactic designed to raise money.
Resisting calls for her to stand down, Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner charges the McCloskeys with a gun crime.
Audit sheds light on longstanding problem in Missouri, national politics.
His brief stint as Missouri attorney general provides a guide to his real-world experience.
Missouri's junior senator sheds his conservative chops to extend federal regulations to Big Tech.
The so-called Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act takes aim at a growing industry revenue stream that analysts say could be worth more than $50 billion — but one that increasingly has triggered worldwide scrutiny out of fear it fosters addictive behaviors and entices kids to gamble.
Fifty years ago, in a much different Missouri, Danforth won his first election to become the only statewide elected Republican. Now Nicole Galloway finds herself the last Democrat standing.
Here in the state's southeast, which calls itself the Bootheel and nurses a genial distrust of Missouri's metropolitan fleshpots (St. Louis, Kansas City), the loudspeaker is blasting out John Mellencamp's "Small Town" as Josh Hawley's cowboy boots alight from his campaign bus at this stop on the "Stop Schumer Fire Claire Tour." Before he became a Senate candidate, and before he became Missouri's attorney general – after Stanford, Yale Law School (where he met his wife, Erin; they clerked together for Chief Justice John Roberts) – Hawley grew up in a rural Missouri county.
Attorney general's office says former head litigator was forced out over sexual harassment but it won't provide the records.
As disgust with politics grows, the importance of Nov. 6 election does, too.