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Sanders Names Trump White House Veteran as Communications Chief

Alexa Henning was the White House's director of broadcast media under Trump. read more >

Ukraine War Increases Pressure for US Oil; Industry Faces Hurdles

"You can't ramp up if you can't find qualified people to do it," a New Mexico lawmaker said. read more >
Joe Biden discusses foreign policy during a presidential campaign speech in New York on Jan. 7, 2020. The president on Sept. 9, 2021 announced sweeping new COVID-19 vaccine requirements, including a mandate for employers with more 100 workers that requires them to be vaccinated or test weekly for the virus.
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Biden Signs $1T Infrastructure Deal With Bipartisan Crowd

Historians, economists and engineers welcomed Biden’s efforts but stressed that it's not nearly enough to overcome the government’s failure for decades to maintain and upgrade the country’s infrastructure. read more >
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The Price of Ignorance (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

I am no constitutional scholar, but the deadly insurrection against Congress for doing its constitutional duty and subsequent fallout proves that even the president of the United States didn’t understand the constitutional process by which he was elected (and then sent packing). 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.

Tom Cotton on Trump’s Latest List of Possible Supreme Court Picks

Hoping to replicate a strategy that has long been seen as key to his appeal among conservative voters, President Donald Trump announces he is adding 20 names to a list of Supreme Court candidates that he's pledged to choose from if he has future vacancies to fill. read more >
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Flagging Disrespect (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

I believe in the economic boycott as a perfectly legitimate, free-market tool for encouraging different corporate behavior. It sometimes even works, although there seem to be a lot more calls for boycotts than subsequent victory celebrations. read more >
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Government & Politics

Arkansas Republicans Select 12 Delegates to GOP Convention

Arkansas Republicans have met in each of the state's four congressional districts to select 12 delegates to the GOP National Convention in July. read more >
Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz () and Donald Trump lead in polling of Arkansan's preference for GOP presidential candidates. | (Crush Rush/Andrew Cline/CJ Hanevy)
Government & Politics

#ARPX: What to Watch In Today’s Arkansas Primary (Robert Coon & Blake Rutherford On Politics)

From the presidential race to implications for Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Robert Coon and Blake Rutherford to assess what we’ve seen — and will see — in the final hours of the Arkansas primary. read more >
Ted Cruz
Government & Politics / Legal

Update: Little Rock Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Over Cruz, Rubio Eligibility

A federal judge in Little Rock has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the eligibility of Republicans Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio to run for president on the grounds that they are not "natural-born" citizens of the United States. read more >
Marco Rubio
Government & Politics

Primaries to Reveal Arkansas’ Political Direction (Andrew DeMillo Analysis)

This week's primaries in Arkansas will reveal a great deal about the political direction of a state that's still adjusting to its role as a Republican stronghold. read more >
Ted Cruz
Government & Politics

Presidential Hopefuls Set Sights on Arkansas’ Delegates

The road to the White House this year runs through Arkansas, with four presidential hopefuls booking flight plans through the state as its primary approaches. State election officials are touting the visits as a sign lawmakers made the right choice in moving up the state's primary to March. read more >
Donald Trump visited Rogers in 2008 to speak at an Economics Arkansas luncheon.
Government & Politics

With Nevada Win, Trump Has Trifecta; Rubio-Cruz Still Jostling

With a big win in Nevada, Donald Trump claimed a third straight commanding victory in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. A tight race for second between Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz offered little evidence that Republicans were ready to coalesce around one strong alternative to the businessman billionaire. read more >
Donald Trump (file)
Government & Politics

Rubio, Cruz Jostle to Claim ‘Alternative-to-Trump’ Vote

Republicans Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz battled to emerge as the true anti-Trump on Sunday as the billionaire businessman took an ever-so-brief break from his trademark braggadocio to say his drive for the GOP nomination isn't unstoppable — yet. read more >
Tom Cotton
Government & Politics / Legal

Opposition Led by Tom Cotton Takes Aim at Criminal Justice Overhaul

A handful of Senate Republicans dealt a severe blow to an overhaul of the criminal justice system in Congress, with U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton calling the legislation "a massive social experiment in criminal leniency." read more >
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Government & Politics

Trump Calls for Iowa Do-over

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is accusing rival Ted Cruz of stealing the Iowa caucuses and is demanding a do-over. The inflammatory accusation marked a reversal for Trump, who on Monday night delivered a concession speech thanking Iowans for his second-place finish and congratulating Cruz. read more >
Mike Huckabee
Government & Politics

After Huckabee Exits, Arkansas Republicans Looking for New Presidential Candidate

With favorite son and former Gov. Mike Huckabee no longer an option, top Republicans in Arkansas said Tuesday they're weighing which of the other candidates to support in the presidential race. read more >
Mike Huckabee launched his 2016 presidential run in Hope.
Government & Politics

Mike Huckabee Ends His 2nd Bid for President

Mike Huckabee ended his second campaign for the White House on Monday amid a dismal showing in the Iowa caucuses that he won in his first bid eight years ago. read more >
Ted Cruz
Government & Politics

Ted Cruz Makes Campaign Stops in Tennessee, Arkansas

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Tuesday touted his support for allowing service members to be armed following last summer's shootings in Chattanooga. read more >
Ted Cruz
Government & Politics

Ted Cruz Brings Campaign Tour Through Tennessee, Arkansas

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is bringing his campaign tour through Tennessee and Arkansas. read more >
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Government & Politics

Ted Cruz to Campaign in Arkansas as Part of SEC Primary Tour

Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz is campaigning in Arkansas next week as part of a tour of several states holding their primaries on March 1. read more >