Report: Donald Trump Jr. Is 'Miserable,' Wants 'These Four Years To Be Over'Donald Trump Jr. is reportedly "miserable" and cannot wait for "these four years to be over," People magazine reported.
Sen. Duckworth: 'Russia Has Attacked My Nation'Illinois' junior Senator expresses frustration with administration's response to hacking.
Column Written by Vladimir Tarasenko Will Have You Laughing, CryingThe St. Louis Blues superstar opens up about his early hockey life, and his devotion to win a Stanley Cup in St. Louis.
Smirnoff's New Ad Campaign: 'We'd Be Happy to Talk About Our Ties to Russia'The ad, which already appears at bus stops and on billboards, says, "Made in America, but we'd be happy to talk about our ties to Russia under oath."
Spotlight: Like Father Like Daughter, Emily Kerber Begins Her Journalism CareerShe is headed to Russia with fellow 12-year-old St. Louisan Lauren Sowers for the 2017 Football For Friendship.
Congressman Clay Eager to Hear Comey TestimonySt. Louis Congressman William "Lacy" Clay spoke about Wednesday's testimony by Fired FBI Director James Comey before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Congressman Clay Speaks Out on Local, National IssuesCongressman Lacy Clay is pitching his own unique plan for dealing with the controversial statue in Forest Park that depicts a Confederate soldier going off to the Civil War.
Kroenke Rejects Bid To Buy Arsenal FCRussian billionaire offers $1.3 billion
Russian Delegation Tours St. LouisThey came as part of the Open World Leadership Delegation and the week long event brought nearly three dozen Russians to St. Louis.
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.
BREAKING: U.S. Responds to Syrian Chemical AttackIt was the first direct American assault on the Syrian government and Donald Trump's most dramatic military order since becoming president.
FBI Probing Possible Links Between Russia, Trump AssociatesThe extraordinary revelation, and the first public confirmation of an investigation that began last summer, came at the outset of Comey's opening statement in a congressional hearing examining Russian meddling and possible connections between Moscow and Trump's campaign.