Republican Congressman Todd Akin is highlighting his Christian faith while asking for help in reviving his Senate campaign.
Media talk from the Missouri School of Journalism Professors Mike McKean, Lee Wilkins and Charles Davis.
A federal appeals court has overturned a federal rule that would have reduced air pollution from power plants and kept it from drifting across state lines.
In a 2-to-1 decision, the panel of judges said the Environmental Protection Agency exceeded its regulatory authority when it approved the Cross-State Air Pollution rule last summer.
Sierra Club Missouri Chapter Director John Hickey says the rule would have reduced emissions of soot, sulfur dioxide, and other pollutants that drift from state to state.
Embattled Rep. Todd Akin this morning says he's in the U.S. Senate race to stay. In a nationally broadcast interview Akin has said "this is not about my ego" but about the voters of Missouri who chose him as their nominee.
A federal appeals court has vacated an EPA rule that would have limited the amount of power plant pollution that drifts across state lines.
The initial deadline for Republican Rep. Todd Akin to quit the Missouri Senate race has come and gone, with no signs that he plans to give up.
There have been a flurry of statements issued Tuesday afternoon calling for Republican US Representative Todd Akin to drop out of the race for the U.S. Senate.
Columbia is about to lose its commercial airline service to Memphis, Tenn.
For KBIA’s Talking Politics, Ryan Famuliner sat down with Terry Smith, a regular contributor to the show, to talk about the fallout from Rep. Todd Akin’s comments regarding abortion and rape.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering changing how reservoir water is used along the Missouri River.
The Corps is holding a series of public meetings to get input on whether to permanently allocate some of that water for municipal and industrial uses.
What does an oil and gas boom in North Dakota have to do with Missouri River reservoirs?
Hydrofracturing – the process that gets new wells up and running – takes lots of water.