KMOX Profiles: Jim TalentFormer U.S. Senator Jim Talent is one of the nation's leading authorities on defense policy. He served for Missouri in the U.S. House for 8 years and was then elected to the Senate in 2002 and continues as a force in American politics.
Local Forum Focuses on Brussels Terror AttackA top terror expert says in the wake of events like the Brussels attack, you can't let fear overwhelm you.
Could Mitt Romney Run in 2016?Former Mo. Senator Jim Talent says two-time GOP presidential candidate is considering a third run.
Mark Reardon: "Guardians of the Galaxy" Director James GunnSt. Louis native James Gunn is the director of "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Mark Reardon: Reardon Roundtable & "Wheelmen" Author Vanessa O'ConnellWall Street Journal reporter Vanessa O'Connell is the co-author of "Wheelmen: Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France, and the Greatest Sports Conspiracy Ever."
Mark Reardon: Former Missouri Senator Jim TalentFormer Missouri Senator Jim Talent and the Heritage Foundation's James Carafano are in town for a screening of "Veteran Nation"
Mark Reardon: Reardon Roundtable & NFL Playoff PreviewThe NFL playoffs begin Saturday. We get a preview from USA Today's Jarrett Bell.
Romney Wins Missouri, Its Ten Electoral VotesNeither Democratic President Barack Obama nor Romney held a public campaign event in Missouri since winning their party’s nomination.
Mark Reardon: Steve Forbes, Jim Talent, Josh Kraushaar, & Speed CamerasFormer GOP Presidential candidate Steve Forbes discusses his latest book and the election in November. Former Missouri Senator Jim Talent tells us what he thinks of Romney's foreign policy address yesterday.
McCaskill Defends Self As Polite, Calm Akin said Thursday that McCaskill "came out swinging" in their Sept. 21 debate. He said that contrasted with her 2006 debates.
Mark Reardon: Reaction To Romney & Sorority CoachesJosh Kraushaar and Jim Talent react to Governor Romney's criticism of President Obama following the Libyan crisis. How much are girls spending on sorority coaches in college?
Akin: Admits He Was "Completely Wrong" On Rape, PregnancyAt least a half-dozen looming figures in his own state party urged Akin to bow out, including presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney.