During part of the oath that reads “I will obey the order of the president of the United States” members of the crowd could be heard booing.
“It was a big big job and we weren’t ready for it, as we should have been,” Durbin told KMOX.
Eighteen republicans, including local Congresswoman Ann Wagner, met at the White House Thursday night about how to reopen the government.
Blunt questions whether the administration has realistic policy goals for the Mideast nation.
An lawyer for superintendent Mark Ficken said Wednesday that an investigation by the school district found Ficken was not involved in inappropriate actions or statements.
Gov. Jay Nixon is joining President Barack Obama during his upcoming visit to the University of Central Missouri.
President Barack Obama tried his hand at arcade football and joked Tuesday with Gov. Chris Christie, declaring the Jersey Shore is back seven months after Superstorm Sandy bore down on its famed boardwalks and seaside towns.
KMOV’s Larry Conners took to Facebook Monday night saying he was also targeted by the agency following an interview with the President.
US Senator Claire McCaskill weighs in on the controversy that the IRS regularly targeted conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status.
In March, the nation took time to ponder the 10th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq and what lessons we might glean from one of the longest wars in American history.