Sen. McCaskill Votes to Block Trump's Sec. of Health NominationThe nominations of Congressman Tom Price to head Health and Human Services and Steve Mnuchin to be Treasury secretary went to the full Senate, after approval from the US House of Representatives, Wednesday.
Multiple Anit-Trump Protests Planned at Sen. Blunt's Office TuesdayThey're calling it 'Resist Trump Tuesday' and peaceful rallies will be held outside Senator Roy Blunt's St. Louis office in Clayton.
Reardon: Paul Ryan Didn't Know What 'Dabbing' Is, Do You?One of the highest ranking public officials in the country didn't know what 'dabbing' is, our Mark Reardon wanted to find out if more people in the KMOX office knew it.
Blunt, Duckworth Newest Mo, Ill Senators Sworn In by Vice PresidentDuckworth is the second woman to represent Illinois in the U.S. Senate, and Blunt was elected to his second term.
New Bill Attacks Corrupt Government LeadersSt. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch says it's time to get tougher on government officials who abuse the public's trust.
Old Timey Baseball Player or Old Timey State SenatorChris has quite the database of some of the oddest names you have ever heard.
Mark Kirk Won't Support Donald Trump"I have spent my life building bridges and tearing down barriers — not building walls," Kirk said in a statement to Politico.
St. Louis State Senator Reads From Rapper's Book in FilibusterThe Missouri Senate has tabled a sales tax bill after a senator filibustered it by reading a book about rapper 50 Cent.
McCaskill: Pentagon Can't Close Military BasesShe says the Pentagon is just trying to get Congress' attention.
Blunt to Launch Re-Election Campaign in Suburban St. LouisBlunt is seeking his second term in the Senate. He served in Congress representing southwest Missouri from 1997 to 2011.
Wieland Mulling Complaint Against Mizzou Football CoachSen. Paul Wieland told reporters his constituents think Pinkel's support for the players' game boycott amounted to extortion.
Missouri Attorney General Candidate Pushes Terrorism BillsSome legislators are worried altercations during protests could be prosecuted as acts of terrorism, under the new bills.