Canopy Northwest Arkansas members have helped 55 refugees resettle in the Natural State since December 2016. They're asking federal officials to remove barriers that prevent other persecuted people from making the move.
Former White House Budget Director Alice Rivlin on Wednesday denounced Congress' "derelictions of fiscal responsibility," telling lawmakers her conscience compelled her to do so.
WASHINGTON -- Ask and ye shall receive?
LR mayor in D.C. with group he leads
WASHINGTON -- The nation's infrastructure is decaying, and the politicians on Capitol Hill aren't doing much to fix the problem, National League of Cities President Mark Stodola said during a news conference Monday.
Senate debates it this week
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Senate this week will debate whether to roll back portions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which placed tighter controls on banks after the 2008-09 financial crisis.
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Westerman gives West Point lecture
WASHINGTON -- Steel producers in northeast Arkansas have welcomed tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum imports, but the new trade barriers are causing alarm elsewhere in the state.
3 legislators testify in Womack-led session
The House Budget Committee launched a "comprehensive review" of the Congressional Budget Office earlier this year, a series of five hearings examining the nonpartisan number crunchers.
Bill would shift money to maintenance
More of the money from the Land and Water Conservation Fund should be spent on maintenance, less on property acquisition, a congressman from Arkansas says.
Star honored for literacy commitment
Steel made Andrew Carnegie rich and famous; philanthropy made him a legend. Nearly a century after his death, the industrialist is still remembered and revered for building public libraries across the country.