Wounded Rep. Scalise Readmitted to Intensive CareHouse Majority Whip Steve Scalise was in serious condition Wednesday night.
20 Things You Didn't Know About Past Presidential InaugurationsA lot has happened on Inauguration Day in the past 228 years, since George Washington's first ceremony.
Missouri State Students to Sing at Trump's InaugurationMissouri State University's Chorale has accepted an invitation to sing in Washington D.C., on Jan. 20, at the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump next week.
St. Louis-Native Named Trump's Chief of StaffWalsh, 32, was an architect of the Republican National Committee’s massive voter identification and get-out-the-vote operations that Trump campaign advisers credit for helping the Republican win in November.
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.
Police: Vehicle Linked to Missouri Boy's Disappearance FoundWashington, Missouri, police Detective Sgt. Steve Sitzes tells the Washington Missourian that 32-year-old Anthony D. Davis' truck was found Tuesday in a trailer park in Washington, in eastern Missouri.
Endangered Person Advisory Issued for 7-Year-Old BoyAnthony Davis was supposed to return Seth on Dec. 4, but never showed up for the appointment.
Washington State Suing Monsanto Over PCB PollutionWashington on Thursday became the first U.S. state to sue the agrochemical giant over pervasive pollution from PCBs - toxic industrial chemicals that have accumulated in plants, fish and people around the globe for decades.
Nationals' Scherzer, Boston's Porcello Win Cy Young AwardsJustin Verlander's supermodel fiance, Kate Upton, fired off on Twitter with her disappointment.
5 Worst Things About Josh Brown's Domestic Violence Abuse CaseAlmost worst than the physical acts of the former St. Louis Rams kicker, are what the NFL and Giants didn't do.
St. Louis Among Top Coffee Cities in the NationToday is National Coffee Day!
ISU Professor Has Role in New Women's Equality MonumentA new national monument in which an Illinois State University faculty member has been involved shows the long history of women's political activism.