Hugh McVey, the president of the Missouri AFL-CIO, says the choice between Claire McCaskill and Todd Akin is clear.
The monster that shut down New York became the monster that shut down a presidential campaign. In that regard, it touched all Americans.
The senator's support of cap-and-trade system and EPA regulations could cost Missouri residents.
The drop-off in Missouri judicial retention elections was 16 percent in 2010.
As education leaders, our job is to cultivate the student as a whole, to help them grow and thrive personally, and to care for their health and safety so that one day, their contributions can benefit all of society.
Businesses need good schools, both for their employees' families, and to provide a pool of qualified future employees. Missouri is failing in this regard. Proposition B is just a first step to righting that ship.
Missouri residents fear Section 537.340 of the Missouri Revised Statutes will infringe on property and due process rights.
With a stock of nuclear weapons on both sides, conflict over missile defense shields and strategic war plans with nuclear strike options, U.S.-Russian relations haven't entirely left the Cold War behind.
The United States and Russia still have thousands of ready-to-launch nuclear weapons that could hit their targets within minutes.
Barack Obama's thoughtful demeanor and Mitt Romney's anti-war agenda in the third debate meant neither candidate emerged as a frontrunner with the election just two weeks away.
Voters will render a verdict on the future of the Missouri Plan with Constitutional Amendment 3, and, in our opinion, it would unnecessarily change a nonpartisan court plan that has been imitated by more than 30 states across the nation.
There are other ways to pay for the Columbia Regional Airport expansion, other than increasing the hotel tax.
Political campaign ads won't stop Wall Street greed, but a financial transaction tax might.
Todd Akin's statement about pregnancy and rape has become infamous, insinuating that a woman who becomes pregnant during rape was not actually raped. His remarks are emblematic of a larger problem regarding ignorance about women's issues.
A recent report by the U.S. House Intelligence Committee cautioned American companies about equipment supplied by two Chinese companies: Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp.
Both Amendment 3, which would give the governor more power to pick judges, and Proposition E, which would take away power from the governor to unilaterally create a state health exchange, are cruel legislative jokes and do not have any business being on the ballot.
Two statesand two wildly different conclusions about what is permissible when someone accuses another of medical malpractice.
Former Republican state Rep. Jim Murphy believed in public service, and he gave it a good name.
As someone who strives to be an involved community member and active citizen, it troubles me that our state assembly would waste so much of its time on an issue that will have little effect on the health insurance most Missouri businesses provide women employees.
So as our leaders examine the causes of Missouri's economic malaise, we suggest they look to the real facts. Missouri is friendly to businesses, but it's not funding education.