Trump Visits Boeing Plant In St. Louis, Talks Up Tax ReformPresident Trump is touring a Boeing plant in St. Louis Wednesday, in part to talk up the tax overhaul his party passed three months ago.
Duckworth Will Not 'Mindlessly Cater To Whims Of Cadet Bone Spurs'An Illinois senator calls President Donald Trump "Cadet Bone Spurs" in response to his comments that Democrats are "treasonous" for not applauding at his State of the Union address last week.
Austin Peterson Adds His Name to Senate RaceMore trouble for Josh Hawley's quest to unseat Claire McCaskill.
Republican Senate Candidate Austin Petersen Sees Opportunity in Hawley Doubts
Attorney Al Watkins: Grand Jury Issues Subpoena In Investigation Of GreitensAttorney Albert Watkins says his client, the ex-husband, will appear before the grand jury.
Missouri Lawmaker Wants House Intern Program SuspendedDemocratic Rep. Courtney Allen Curtis, of Ferguson, said Monday that the House culture hasn't improved enough since former House Speaker John Diehl Jr. resigned in May 2015 while admitting to sending sexually suggestive text messages to an intern.
Dow Jones Industrials Drop 1,000 as Stock Market Losses DeepenThe heavy losses deepened a slump that began on Friday as investors worried that creeping signs of higher inflation and interest rates could derail the market's record-setting rally.
Man Facing Deportation Takes Refuge in Missouri ChurchA man from Central America who is facing deportation has been taking refuge in a suburban St. Louis church for the past four months.
Gov. Rauner Promises to Deliver Balanced Budget in FebruaryIt's now "next month," and the work on the budget begins in earnest.
'Angry 18' Aldermen Want Rex Sinquefield Out"The Angry 18" is what one alderman is calling the group of aldermen who signed a letter to the mayor, urging her to scrap a deal that would let billionaire political donor Rex Sinquefield play a role in deciding whether the city should lease its airport.
Judge Declines to Issue Order Barring Greitens' Texting AppBeetem set a hearing for further arguments in March, acknowledging there are "open questions.''
Mo. Governor Takes to Facebook to Build Budget SupportEarlier this week, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway compared Greitens budget to "a payday loan scheme,"