Despite intending to keep the conversation private, Sen. Paul Wieland said he was discussing his issues with Senate leadership with lawmakers.
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Democratic hopeful Lucas Kunce is making his case with an emphasis on the power of large corporations in his bid for U.S. Senate.
A police reform bill headlined the end of session, with Sen. Brian Williams working to progress language reflecting last year's civil unrest.
The Missouri Attorney General’s Office spent about $11,000 on a New Jersey-based company for translation and international process servicing fees to sue China over the coronavirus pandemic.
Mark McCloskey, the St. Louis attorney who gained notoriety last year for brandishing guns at Black Lives Matter protesters, officially jumped into the U.S. Senate race Tuesday.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s brief tenure as the chairman of the Republican Attorneys General Association has come to a close.
Scott Sifton was one of the first people to jump into the race, even before Senator Roy Blunt announced he would not seek re-election.
While she hasn’t announced a bid for outgoing U.S. Senator Roy Blunt’s seat, Congresswoman Ann Wagner said it’s something she’s exploring.
Former Fox News personality and Trump advisor Kimberly Guilfoyle has joined former Gov. Eric Greitens’ U.S. Senate campaign as his national chair.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt and former Gov. Eric Greitens are locked in a virtual tie for U.S. Senate among Republican primary voters polled in a recent survey.