The Rev. Randy Caldwell, who lost his race for Congress in Arkansas last month, has regained tax-exempt status for the house his ministry owns in League City, Texas.
Westerman proposes eliminating U.S. penalty of life without parole for minors
U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman introduced legislation last week that would eliminate life sentences without the possibility of parole for federal crimes committed by youths.
A large contingent of notable Arkansans -- some red, some blue -- turned out in force last week to celebrate with former White House Chief of Staff Mack McLarty.
Boozman travels to Asia, Africa, Europe
Bankers who aid law enforcement officials by keeping a suspicious account open wouldn't have to worry about their action running afoul of regulators under legislation sponsored by U.S. Rep. French Hill.
Crawford’s bill has GOP allies
U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford's legislation easing trade restrictions with Cuba could pass the House of Representatives if lawmakers were allowed to vote on it, a fellow congressman said Thursday.
Fifty years after his assassination in Los Angeles, family, friends and admirers of Robert F. Kennedy gathered to celebrate his life and remember his call for justice, compassion and peace.
An evangelist who lost a bid for Congress in Arkansas last month wants officials in Texas to restore the property tax exemption that they revoked during the campaign.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson told federal officials Monday that free trade has been good for his state and warned that new trade barriers could undermine its economy.
Files: Family charity’s gifts up from ’16
WASHINGTON -- The private foundation led by former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and their daughter, Chelsea, donated nearly $1.1 million to charity last year, according to Internal Revenue Service filings.