In view of the GOP interest in photo identification as a crime prevention measure, their opposition to biometric analysis seems curiously inconsistent.
Journalism today blends professional reporting and online interaction among community members. Both professionals and citizen journalists find it's hard to be error-free when things move so fast.
The image of Mr. Tsarnaev and the limited understanding of his political thinking — mostly gleaned from friends, relatives and social media — is clouding Senate hearings on a bipartisan immigration proposal.
The Revenue agency was directed last week by Gov. Jay Nixon to stop making copies of concealed weapons permits. It also will delete all previously scanned permit information from state computers.
Congress must find the political will to both elevate the importance of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers while recognizing the need for a plan that takes climate change into account.
The same lawmakers that deplore citizen "takers" who ask for state services, such as Medicaid, are insistent on taking perks for themselves.
Past experiences of people being killed or stranded by flooding are the basis for MoDOT’s recommendations to stay away from flood-covered roadways.
State Republicans continue to overlook the benefits of the Affordable Care Act with circular logic.
The Senate voted against the Manchin-Toomey amendment, which proposed that "all individuals who should be prohibited from buying a firearm are listed in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System."
Even in the chaos of tragedies such as the Boston Marathon bombings, our collective human spirit provides reason for hope.
The controversy over Missouri's driver's license processing is a briar patch of thorny issues.
In the past, when the United States or its allies offered aid to calm tensions, North Korea promised to clean up its act — for instance, to abandon weapons programs — and then reneged. This has to stop.
The aftermath brought out the best in many people. Boston residents opened their homes to runners from around the nation and the world.
Missouri's "freedom of conscience act" would give pharmacists the right to not stock anything to which he or she was morally opposed including condoms or emergency contraception.
Sixteen MoDOT workers have died on the job since 2000, and MoDOT officials want Missouri drivers to do their part in keeping road workers safe.
Problem No. 1 is that no universal — or logical — federal rules govern the placement of shut-off valves, and problem No. 2 is that utilities don't use shut-off valves on a consistent basis.
A recent vote by the Missouri Senate and statements from the Missouri Farm Bureau have raised questions as to whether adding an amendment to the state constitution protecting the rights of farmers is necessary.
A recent investigation by McClatchy Newspapers raises worrisome questions about the Obama administration’s policy governing drone strikes.
Margaret Thatcher was credited by supporters as being responsible for an economic revival in Great Britain while others accused her of widening the separation between the country's economic and social classes.
Missouri is one of only 11 states that has not enacted a total text-messaging ban for drivers, Ken Leiser, the Post-Dispatch Ride Guy columnist, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Sunday.