Kansas higher education officials say funding cuts being considered by state legislators would hurt the quality and quantity of academic programs statewide.
Kansas will allow public schools and colleges to arm employees with concealed guns and loosen restrictions on carrying concealed weapons into public buildings, starting in July.
The U.S. Secret Service says it has intercepted a letter addressed to President Barack Obama that contained a “suspicious substance.”
The formal introduction of a bipartisan Senate immigration bill is sparking intense debate on Capitol Hill and beyond, as lawmakers and groups on all sides digest the 844-page legislation to enact sweeping changes to the nation’s immigration laws.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky says he is considering a presidential campaign in 2016 but will not make a decision before next year.
Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill into law declaring that the federal government has no power to regulate guns manufactured, sold and kept only in Kansas.
Kansas prosecutors are receiving a new measure aimed at curbing gang activities by targeting higher-level individuals in the gangs.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback will not get a chance to see President Barack Obama this week in Lawrence after the president canceled the event.
A new law signed by Gov. Sam Brownback requires a Kansas welfare agency to test residents seeking cash assistance if there is a reasonable suspicion they are using drugs.
President Barack Obama made less in 2012 than in any other year since taking office, with about 40 percent of the nearly $609,000 in income that he and first lady Michelle Obama reported coming from book sales.
Former President George W. Bush has become a grandfather.
The budgets proposed by the Kansas House and Senate include a plan to buy land in northeast Kansas for a new park.
President of the United States Barack Obama will visit the University of Kansas on Friday, Apr. 19 for an event, officials announced today.
This week, President Barack Obama released his 2014 budget, boasting $1.8 trillion of cuts to the national deficit over the next 10 years.
It’s a never-ending cycle. To get a good job, you have to go to college. But to go to college, you need money, and the easiest way to get it is applying for student loans. Luckily for college kids, the U.S. government makes it very easy to take what you need to pay the astronomical tuition bill each semester. But maybe it’s a little too easy.