We’re not in the habit of urging Kansans to get involved in political action committees. That’s true even when four former Kansas governors get together to form one that challenges laws and policies put into effect during the .
The school funding equity bill that the Kansas Legislature approved Friday is worth applauding because the Kansas Supreme Court is expected to find that it complies with the constitution and thus allow public schools to remain open. The measure is .
It’s hard to tell what, if anything, the Obama administration can do about the growing arms transactions between Russia and Iran, but the White House’s silence is hardly a positive sign. Perhaps President Barack Obama’s desire to .
Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives gained a little momentum — and relevance — earlier this week when they staged a sit-in to protest the Republicans’ refusal to even allow a vote on a gun control measure Democrats supported. .
RVers at the Country Stampede might live in relative comfort, but here’s hoping those who pitched tents earlier this week had plenty of ice to cope with heat well in excess of 100 degrees Wednesday. Fortunately, the forecast for the .
Though members of the Kansas Legislature put themselves in the spot they’re in — and put public schools in the spot they’re in — we don’t envy lawmakers the task they’ll confront when the special session convenes Thursday .
Not even the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history was enough Monday to break through the partisan gridlock that has long characterized politics in Washington, D.C. Senators considered four gun control proposals in the wake of the massacre .
The tax policies that Gov. Sam Brownback has said for several years would increase employment and prosperity are having the opposite effect. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the construction industry. Kansas lost 3,400 construction jobs in the last year — .
Father’s Day is supposed to be a happy occasion. It’s meant to be a day when children, even if they’re sometimes reminded by their mother or another sibling, shower a little extra affection on their dads. That .
Few Kansas are likely to miss the Bramble Cay melomys. Few people have even heard of it. But this small rodent that had lived on an atoll about the size of a football field off the coast of Australia is .
District Court Judge Meryl D. Wilson on Wednesday went too far in sealing the affidavit leading to the arrest of a Manhattan businessman in connection with unlawful sexual relations. Simply redacting information related to the alleged victim would have been .
We would ask what’s gotten into Donald Trump, but about all that separates his outrageous comments Monday from so many other offensive remarks in recent weeks was the massacre of 49 innocent people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. .
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