Donald Trump would have Americans believe that they need look no further for evidence of his genius than his 1995 tax records — perhaps the only tax records of his they’ll ever see. That year, as the New York Times has .
The Kansas household that doesn’t have money set aside for emergencies is either too poor to do so, enjoys living on the edge or simply doesn’t know better. The same might be said for states that don’t .
It’s not supposed to be this way, but increasingly it appears that when Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach loses, Kansans win. It happened again Thursday when, in order to avoid being held in contempt of court by U..
President Barack Obama on Wednesday said Congress made a “mistake” in overriding his veto of a bill giving the survivors of 9/11 victims the right to sue Saudi Arabia. We’re inclined to agree. There’s no question that the families .
Maybe state Sen. Jim Denning, an Overland Park Republican, is on to something when he says Gov. Sam Brownback should impose across-the board spending cuts to balance the state’s budget in the coming session. That, said Sen. Denning, a .
There’s little doubt that Donald Trump is an intelligent man. Less certain is whether he is wise. If he is, he’ll emulate Hillary Clinton and do a little studying before their next debate. During Monday’s 90-minute debate, .
Ted Cruz this year has denounced Donald Trump as a “sniveling coward,” “utterly amoral,” “a narcissist at a level I don’t think this country’s ever seen” and, for good measure, a “pathological liar.” On Friday, Sen. Cruz, the .
Secretary of State Kris Kobach has been having trouble persuading courts — both state and federal — that erecting obstacles to law-abiding citizens who want to vote is an appropriate pursuit. That’s good news, even if some issues remain unresolved. His .
Area residents have long assumed that Kansas State University athletics are good for Manhattan’s bottom line. They’ve been right. A report on the impact of Wildcat sports released Thursday showing how good might be impressive enough for officials .
Public education officials in Kansas can make a pretty good case for a boost of $800 million a year in funding for the state’s schools. After all, as they told Kansas Supreme Court justices on Wednesday, that’s how much .
It isn’t often that Democrats and Republicans in Washington agree. It’s even rarer that their agreement is unanimous, and when it is, it deserves attention. All 22 members of the House Intelligence Committee — Republicans and Democrats — have signed a .
First, something to smile about. The photograph accompanying Kansas’ ranking in a state beauty contest sponsored by Thrillist.com depicts a beautiful sunset — or a sunrise — over the Flint Hills. Unfortunately, that photo accompanied the state’s ranking as the .
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