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Post-Dispatch Endorses Antonio French For Mayor21st ward alderman is one of seven hoping to advance past the March Democratic primary
"Krewson for Mayor" Campaign Holds RallyDemocrat gets public endorsement from outgoing mayor and elected revenue collector
Reports: Gov. Greitens Plans to Meet with President TrumpGreitens told the Missouri Baptist Convention's publication "Pathway" that the two will meet next week.
Illinois Senators Plan to Vote Against EPA NomineeSenate Republicans plan to use their 'majority power' to confirm President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, but several Illinois senators are saying 'no'.
Bill to Increase Punishment for Cop Killers Raises Racial DebateA Missouri House vote to increase punishment for cop killers triggered a racial debate.
Former Republican House leader Bob Michel Dies at 93Bob Michel, an affable Illinois congressman who served as leader of the Republican House minority for 14 years and was skilled at seeking compromise critical in getting many initiatives of two Republican presidents through Congress, died Friday. He was 93.
Missouri Lawmakers Push Public Construction RestrictionsMissouri lawmakers are moving forward with proposals to end union-only contracts in public construction.
Blunt, McCaskill React to Trump's Press ConferencePresident Trump's feisty press conference on Thursday has tongues wagging all over Washington.
St. Louis ‘Fight for $15’ Celebrates Withdrawal of Labor Secretary NomineeSince last December, the group has spent several weeks protesting President Trump’s nomination of Puzder.
NLEC Rev. Larry Rice Places Bid in St. Louis Mayoral RaceNew Life Evangelistic Center’s the Rev. Larry Rice said he recently turned in over 1,200 signatures to the Board of Elections Committee to get his name on the ballot.
Trump Labor Secretary Nominee WithdrawsAndy Puzder was the target of a February 13th protest in St. Louis.
Editorial Cartoon in Belleville News-Democrat Causes Nationwide StirMonday's edition of the Belleville News-Democrat included the cartoon, which appears to liken President Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, to the first black child to attend an all-white school in the South, Ruby Bridges.

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