Federal investigations of Fox News and The Associated Press raise the question of where the line is between protecting national security and preserving press freedom.
The controversy surrounding prayer and religious symbolism in public places is not a constitutional issue — it's a matter of common sense.
The Missouri program's winningest pitcher at 111-31, Chelsea Thomas went 24-6 in 2013 with a 1.16 ERA, which ranks sixth in the nation.
Special Olympics Missouri will begin Thursday and will last until Sunday. This will be the second year of its four-year term in Columbia.
Michael Mikkelsen pleaded guilty Thursday to sexual misconduct, a class A misdemeanor. He received a one-year suspended sentence with two years probation and must register as a sex offender.
St. Louis goes for a sweep of Kansas City on Thursday with touted rookie Michael Wacha making his major league debut.
For-profit Coursera offers a platform for public university systems to offer "massive online open courses" — college classes for the masses.
Three months after wrestling got kicked out of the 2020 Olympics, the ancient sport is back in the frame and will compete against baseball-softball and squash for a spot in the games.
The commissioners are still working on the structure of the selection committee for the new postseason system that starts in 2014, but they have eliminated themselves from consideration.
Thanks partly to the growth of social media as well as a few recent slipups, Southeastern Conference football coaches are staying away from one-liners aimed at heated rivals.
The 14 million Americans who currently purchase their health policies individually might need to change their insurance plan this fall, when policies that don't match Affordable Care Act standards will be canceled.
A layer of trash has been burning at the Bridgeton Landfill near St. Louis since at least 2010. The fire is just 1,200 feet away from another landfill that holds radioactive waste dating to the 1940s.
The Mississippi River could reach its highest level in St. Louis in nearly two decades.
John Q. Hammons was known as a builder and innovator in Springfield. The death of the man who built up a city and supported medical, academic and athletic advances comes as a large loss.
Phased retirement programs reduce hours and permit retirees to continue to work on part-time, flexible schedules.
U.S. hospitals usually screen patients to stop the spread of infections caused by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or MRSA.
The number of American women who are the top earners in their families increased to 40 percent of households with children, according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center.
Solar power energy company Brightergy will team up with Kansas City Power & Light to provide 80 Kansas City buildings with solar units.