No one could have predicted when Lori Lightfoot announced her plans to run for mayor in May 2018 she would emerge as a front-runner on election night.
Out my window at Huntington Ingalls Industries, I can see the USS Enterprise, the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier ever built.
It’s disappointing that Republicans have killed a bill that would allow voter registration on election day in Kansas.
This week’s summit meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offers an opportunity for the sort of spectacle Trump loves — starring himself as the wizardly negotiator who wins huge concessions that eluded his inept predecessors. He’d be wise to resist the temptation, and to concentrate on progress not theater.
Kansas Republicans are pushing a junk argument for junk health insurance
Funny, but it still doesn’t feel like an emergency.
Rural Kansans often feel as if their communities are overlooked or dismissed.
Tax-cutting fever is alive and well in Kansas politics, and no single person deserves more credit than Charles Koch, head of Koch Industries, the dynamic global conglomerate headquartered in Wichita.
We don’t know much about John Harris. We don’t know his politics — or even if he’s that interested in politics.
The truth came out last week that a 2018 Congressional race in North Carolina was tainted by voter fraud.