Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, March 26th - Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman; Sarah Steelman and Tom Kruckemeyer on Business of Major College SportsCharlie with Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman; and with Sarah Steelman and Tom Kruckemeyer on the business of major college sports.
Interest Grows Among Republicans for Emerson SeatA chance to represent southeastern Missouri in Congress is drawing plenty of interest from officials looking at succeeding Republican U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson.
Congresswoman Jo Ann Emerson Leaving CongressEmerson is trading in her congressional seat for the private sector, assuming the role of President and CEO of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
Prayer, Ads May Have Aided Akin in Mo. Senate BidThe only ballot item that received more votes than the Republican Senate race was prayer.
Akin Wins Missouri Senate PrimaryTonight's result sets up what is likely to be a closely-watched November contest between the Republican candidate and incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill.
Mo. GOP Senate Race Has Conservative EmphasisThe contest is considered crucial to the GOP's efforts to regain control of the U.S. Senate.
Lager, Steelman Launch Ad Offensive, Ahead of Big Pre-Election EventsA negative campaign ad points to last year's scandal involving Lt. Gov. Kinder and a Metro East strip club.
Palin Compares Steelman To `Momma Grizzly' In AdFormer vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is starring in a new Missouri ad promoting the U.S. Senate campaign of Sarah Steelman.
Romney, Republicans Fare Well in Missouri PollThe poll conducted for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and KMOV shows Romney with 51 percent support.
Steelman Forks Out $100k For Campaign Steelman wants to make sure she has enough resources to spread her message.
Political Committee Has $444,150 To Help SteelmanAn independent political committee reports $444,150 in its bank account at the start of July to help Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Steelman.
Steelman Trying to Appeal to Rural MissouriA new TV ad mocks competitor John Brunner for his St. Louis roots.