U.S. REP. RUSS CARNAHAN
U.S. Rep. Russ Carnahan (D-St. Louis) talks with his mother former U.S. Sen. Jean Carnahan at a fund raiser in St. Louis on June 9, 2006. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
That saying about the legislative process being akin to sausage-making could apply to post-redistricting party primaries. The decennial redrawing of congressional districts has forced members of the same party to square off during party primaries across the United States.
Hundreds of veterans may have been exposed to viruses when they had dental work performed at a St. Louis facility, the Department of Veterans Affairs said.
A former Missouri state senator was sentenced to a year and a day in jail Tuesday for lying to federal investigators looking into a campaign mailing.
Lebanese President Michel Suleiman told visiting U.S. officials the June parliamentary elections would highlight diversity as well as democratic reforms.
Cindy McCain, wife of the likely GOP U.S. presidential nominee, is facing some pressure over a possible sale of Anheuser-Busch, politicians' comments suggest.
Most in the U.S. Congress would rather vote not knowing what is in a classified intelligence bill, rather than know and face prosecution if they speak about it.
In the first State of the Union delivered during his second term, U.S. President George W. Bush fleshed out his sweeping economic proposals for the next four years, calling for partially privatizing Social Security, permanent tax cuts, a temporary guest w
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