Take The Same Cognitive Exam As President TrumpHow would you score taking the same mental screening test administered to President Trump? Find out by taking the test.
People Are Buying The Wrong 'Fire and Fury' Book On PurposeOne book reviewer says they bought the book just becuase they "love Trump."
Date Set for 2nd St. Louis Women's MarchMore than 15,000 people took part last year in the event aimed at uplifting and empowering women across St. Louis and the state of Missouri.
Trump Backs Attorney General Hawley As He Stumps For Tax BillThe president promised to campaign for Attorney General of Missouri Josh Hawley, who is hoping to unseat Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill in the upcoming U.S. Senate race.
Trump Talks Tax Reform This Afternoon in St. CharlesPresident Donald Trump is scheduled to talk about tax reform in St. Charles this afternoon.
President Trump To Visit St. Charles WednesdayGOP sources confirm to KMOX that the president will be at the St. Charles Convention Center on Wednesday.
Turkeys Seeking Trump Thanksgiving Pardon Must Strut StuffWhat makes a good presidential turkey? Showmanship. A readiness to strut his stuff and gobble on command, yet enough restraint to stay on a table for the big photo op.
Woman Who Flipped Off Trump Motorcade Fired From JobA female cyclist whose "one-fingered salute" to President Donald Trump's motorcade that went viral on social media has now lost her job over the incident.
President Trump Orders Flags Lowered After Texas TragedyThe mourning continues after mass shooting at Sutherland Springs church, including candlelight vigils
Illinois Prepared For Higher Obamacare Premiums, Missouri Still ReviewingIllinois officials say those receiving subsidies should be okay. Missouri still studying impact.
Sen. Chapelle-Nadal Tweets Meme Comparing Trump to HitlerChappelle-Nadal posted a meme Thursday on on Twitter that shows Trump taking off a shirt. By the time the shirt is off, Hitler's face is revealed in place of Trump's.
Peabody Energy Applauds Trump Coal PlanEnvironmental groups warn the rollback could mean more health problems for Missourians.