The National Security Agency lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans’ phone records in bulk.
The bill gives local judges more say in budget matters.
Lobbyists would be required to disclose if their activities are funded by taxpayer dollars.
If state lawmakers don’t pass a budget by June 7 all non-essential state workers will be immediately furloughed.
The recent rainfall is delaying some of the events scheduled around the festival’s main attraction: The Arkansas River.
Legislators are considering business-tax proposals raising as much as $101 million.
Vice President Biden announces death of son, Beau, from brain cancer.
As speaker, Dennis Hastert pushed President George W. Bush’s legislative agenda.
He is also charged with one count of lying to the FBI.
The deal removes a requirement that renewable resources account for 20 percent of utilities’ capacity to generate electricity by 2020.
The Kansas Senate has approved a measure that would allow alcohol at state events at the Capitol.
Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has been indicted on bank-related charges and lying to the FBI.
Lawmakers are still not even close to fixing the state’s budget gap.
President Obama took to Twitter, Thursday, to answer questions asked by Americans across the country.
Former President Bill Clinton says he hopes to keep working in Africa and elsewhere —no matter what happens politically with his wife.