McCaskill and Blunt React to President's Iran ActionKMOX News reached out to Missouri and Illinois lawmakers
McCaskill and Blunt Reflect on 9/11 16th AnniversaryAmong those pausing to remember this, the 16th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks are Missouri U.S. Senators Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt.
Sen. Blunt Calls for More Broadband Access in MissouriSenator Roy Blunt says it's time to drag the entire state of Missouri into the 21st Century, technology-wise.
Online Fundraiser Started for Healthcare ProtestersAn online fundraiser is being held for eight people arrested inside Senator Blunt's office.
Protesters Gather at Roy Blunt's Clayton OfficeDozens protested the Senate Republican Health Care Reform bill Wednesday in Clayton.
Sen. Blunt Holds Town Hall Phone MeetingUS Senator Roy Blunt says he's gearing up for what are sure to be some rough-and-tumble moments in Congress when former FBI Director James Comey shows up to testify next week.
Sen. Roy Blunt Weighs in on Russian Election InterferenceBlunt said he's hopeful changes can be made to prevent such interference in the 2018 or 2020 federal elections.
Sen. Blunt Voices Support and Optimism in Gorsuch NominationAs a guest on the Mark Reardon show, Blunt insisted that there's no viable reason for Democrats to oppose putting Gorsuch on the Supreme Court.
Healthcare Protesters Gather Today at Sen. Blunt's Clayton OfficeA healthcare rally will take place outside Senator Roy Blunt's office at Bonhomme today.
Missourians to Take Part in Inaugural Activities, Ceremonies At least a couple prominent Missourians will be playing a high profile role in Friday's Inaugural Ceremonies.
Missouri Senator Roy Blunt Reacts to 'Terrorist Watch List'Missouri Senator Roy Blunt is reacting to calls for a "terrorist watch list" that would prevent some people from buying guns.
McCaskill, Blunt Pressure VA for a Permanent St. Louis DirectorThe Veterans Administration has yet to explain why the St. Louis VA has had seven different directors in the past two years - what Sen. Roy Blunt calls "outrageous."