Congressional and state House districts have been realigned by redistricting in time for the Aug. 2 primary election.
Three Democratic candidates will compete in a crowded field for recorder of deeds to face a Republican in November.
The requirement will not take effect until Aug. 28, which means a photo ID is not required to vote in the Aug. 2 primary.
The ceremony is a part of this week's kickoff for Parson's tour across the state to champion 2022 legislative victories.
Ballots must be returned to the Boone County Clerk's office before the polls close at 7 p.m. Aug. 2.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal from Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the husband-and-wife attorneys whose law licenses were placed on probation for pointing guns at racial injustice protesters outside their St. Louis mansion in 2020.
Democratic candidates Nick Knoth, Shannon Martin and Bob Nolte discussed digitizing records and accessibility.
But party officials say donors are giving much of that money to national campaigns and causes instead state office races.
The first year of the athlete compensation era in college sports evolved into almost everything the NCAA didn’t want when it gave the green light last summer.
If you're flying this holiday weekend, be prepared for crowded airports, full planes, or flight being delayed or canceled
The Supreme Court has limited how the nation’s main anti-air pollution law can be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
NEW YORK — A rare Republican who supports abortion rights found success in Colorado in the first primary elections held since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, while New York’s first female governor positioned herself to become a major voice in the post-Roe landscape.
NEW DELHI, India — Tensions were high Wednesday in the western Indian city of Udaipur, a day after police arrested two Muslim men accused of slitting a Hindu tailor's throat and posting a video of it on social media, in a brutal attack representing a dramatic escalation of communal violence …
HONG KONG — When the British handed Hong Kong to Beijing in 1997, it was promised 50 years of self-government and freedoms of assembly, speech and press that are not allowed on the Communist-ruled Chinese mainland.
The first Black woman confirmed for the Supreme Court, Ketanji Brown Jackson, is officially becoming a justice.
Reacting to a surprising and growing monkeypox outbreak, U.S. health officials on Tuesday expanded the number of people recommended to get vaccinated against the monkeypox virus.
KREMENCHUK, Ukraine — France’s president denounced Russia’s fiery airstrike on a crowded shopping mall in Ukraine as a “new war crime” Tuesday and vowed the West’s support for Kyiv would not waver, saying Moscow “cannot and should not win” the war.
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Trump told officials to “let my people in” and march to the Capitol, according to Cassidy Hutchinson.
MADRID — President Joe Biden opened his three-day visit to a NATO summit Tuesday by pledging to beef up the American military presence in Europe as he denounced Russia’s Vladimir Putin for trying to “wipe out” Ukrainian culture in the ongoing war in eastern Europe.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Drowned in the Rio Grande. Murdered in Mexico. Perished in the Arizona desert. For migrants traveling to the United States, the journey has always been full of peril.
NEW DELHI — Police in New Delhi have arrested a Muslim journalist for allegedly hurting religious sentiment in what many slammed as the latest example of shrinking media freedom under Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.
LONDON — Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told lawmakers in Edinburgh Tuesday that she plans to hold a fresh referendum on Scotland's independence on Oct. 19, 2023.
The Supreme Court has ruled for doctors who face criminal charges for overprescribing powerful pain medication.
Ukrainian officials say scores of civilians are feared killed or injured after a Russian missile strike hit a crowded mall.
The missiles hit at least two residential buildings, killing two civilians and injuring several others.