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Arkansan Adrienne Elrod Joins Biden Team in Commerce’s CHIPS Program

Elrod will oversee communications, legislative affairs, intergovernmental affairs and public engagement efforts for the program. read more >
Former President Bill Clinton speaks at a presidential campaign rally for Hillary Rodham Clinton in Miami Gardens, Florida, in 2016
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Bill Clinton: ‘The World’s On Fire,’ but Teamwork Can Help

The former president is calling on prominent institutions to draw together and as he reconvenes the Clinton Global Initiative for the first time since 2016. read more >
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Hillary Clinton, Condoleezza Rice to Speak at Crystal Bridges

The two will appear as part of educational programming connected to "We the People: The Radical Notion of Democracy," an exhibit featuring a rare original print of the U.S. Constitution. read more >
Former President Bill Clinton and Vernon Jordan, former adviser to President Clinton, appear together in 2014 at the LBJ Presidential Library.
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Arkansas Experience, National Influence (Craig Douglass On Consumers)

With his faith kept and his finish of a race well run, on March 1, Vernon Jordan has received exemplary eulogies, warm remembrances and laurels for his life, respect and admiration. read more >
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., joins President Donald Trump in the Oval Office Aug. 2 to announce a plan to cut the number of visas given to foreign professionals.

Lauding ‘Force’ Against Protests, Tom Cotton Raises Profile

Freshman Sen. Tom Cotton has risen to the ranks of potential 2024 Republican presidential contenders by making all the right enemies. By lining up behind President Donald Trump’s law-and-order recipe for controlling civic unrest, he’s making even more. read more >
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Phyllis Brandon, Pioneering High Profile Editor, Dies at 84

Phyllis Brandon, a pioneering newswoman who made the High Profile section an enduring Sunday read, died Saturday at her home in Little Rock. She was 84. read more >
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics

Clintons Focus on Economic Inequality at Little Rock Conference

Former President Bill Clinton said efforts to increase access to credit and financial assistance in underserved areas can help bridge America’s partisan divide, as he and his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, hosted a daylong summit focused on economic inequality. read more >
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Government & Politics

Hillary Clinton to Give Speech at Hot Springs School

Hillary Clinton will deliver the keynote speech at a commencement ceremony for a gifted and talented high school that she played a role in establishing in Arkansas. read more >
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Russian Hackers’ Methods Aren’t New, but Take NoteLock Icon

Although the hacking of Democrats during the 2016 presidential campaign had major repercussions, the methods used by the 12 Russians accused of the crime were not out of the ordinary, according to cybersecurity experts in Arkansas. read more >
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Rex Nelson, Who’s Done it All, Is Back as a Face of the D-G

Rex Nelson is "home again," doing what he likes best. "That's traveling around and writing about Arkansas," he says. read more >
Craig Lair
Business Services / Legal

Craig S. Lair Keeps Eye on Growth at Rose Law Firm

Craig S. Lair, managing partner at the Rose Law Firm of Little Rock, began working at Rose in 1995 and became managing partner in 2015. read more >
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I’ve Never Been So Insulted (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

Lately, I’m not sure anything is an insult — at least nothing that is intended to be. Words hurled as put-downs seem to be promptly turned into slogans. read more >
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Government & Politics

Arkansas’ Electors Cast 6 Votes for Trump, Pence

Arkansas' electors have formally cast the state's six electoral votes for Republican Donald Trump. The president-elect last month outpolled Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in her adopted home state. read more >
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Government & Politics

Arkansas’ Electors to Meet to Cast Votes for Trump

Arkansas' electors are meeting to formally cast their six votes for President-elect Donald Trump, who easily defeated Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in her adopted home state. read more >
Government & Politics

Arkansas’ Deep Red Shift Poses New Questions (Andrew DeMillo Analysis)

If it wasn't already clear, Tuesday night sealed it: Arkansas is no longer Clinton country. read more >
Government & Politics / Health Care / Insurance

Health Care: Privilege or Right? (Editorial)

Whoever wins the presidential race on Tuesday, one thing is clear: Health care — or, more precisely, paying for health care — will continue to be an issue. read more >
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Policy Prescriptions: Clinton and Trump on Education

A quality education for all students, especially young children, is something Hillary Clinton has been talking about for decades. It's mostly new territory for Donald Trump, who more recently has been touting his education ideas beyond his oft-repeated criticism of Common Core. read more >
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Education / Government & Politics

Clinton’s and Trump’s Plans to Help Education Differ Sharply

Hillary Clinton has spent decades talking about the needs of children and touting the benefits of early education. It's a new subject for Donald Trump. read more >
Government & Politics / Small Business

Small Businesses Look to Congress for Action, May Be Waiting

With Congress back at work, small business owners are hoping issues they care about like tax reform or health care will get some attention. They may be left waiting a while. read more >
Bruce Westerman
Government & Politics

Bruce Westerman: Trump Comments Vague, Not Appropriate

Republican U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman says he doesn't think Donald Trump's declaration that gun rights supporters might still find a way to stop Hillary Clinton was appropriate since it was unclear what the candidate was trying to say. read more >