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MERCER – With two upcoming vacancies in Mercer County Common Pleas Court, sitting judge Robert G. Yeatts wants to assure the public that the c…
AUSTIN — They like Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch; the tweets, not so much.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Gov. Jim Justice announced he will switch his political party from Democrat to Republican at President Donald Trump's rally Thursday evening.
FRANKFORT — Democrats in the Kentucky state Senate are asking former governor and current state Sen. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort, to resign in the wake of a news story that Carroll allegedly groped and propositioned a man in 2005.
AUSTIN — A federal election integrity commission search for state-level voter information is on pause, but Texas Democrats say sending the information could yield “bad data” and disenfranchisement, no matter what the judge says.
WASHINGTON -- In 1950, the year before William F. Buckley burst into the national conversation, the literary critic Lionel Trilling revealed why the nation was ripe for Buckley's high-spirited romp through its political and cultural controversies. Liberalism, Trilling declared, was "not only the dominant but even the sole intellectual tradition" in mid-century America because conservatism was expressed merely in "irritable mental gestures." Buckley would change that by infusing conservatism with brio, bringing elegance to its advocacy and altering the nation's trajectory while having a grand time.
AUSTIN — As a Republican presidential candidate, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry spent months lambasting competitor Donald Trump.