“People who say that sit in their little buildings in Washington,” Huckabee said.
Planned Parenthood is asking a federal court to broaden its recent ruling that allowed the group to...
Huckabee said the focus should be on morality, not gun laws.
"Governor Hutchinson has no business telling women in Arkansas where they can and cannot go."
National Archives officials were worried that some of Hillary Clinton’s records at the State...
The law more closely mirrors the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Gov. Hutchinson is "asking the Legislature to take a look at this bill."
A look at four former Republican governors likely to run for president.
Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Alabama could take part.
Rep. Cotton leads incumbent Sen. Pryor 49 to 41 percent.
Both decried negative attacks while battling on foreign policy, ObamaCare and more.
In new ads, Pryor is seeking to tap into Arkansans’ populist economic anger.
Josh Earnest touted mental healthcare provided by the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid.
Each has 18 percent support from Republicans in the Keystone State.
Former President George W. Bush said on Wednesday that his golf game needs improvement.
Seven potential candidates have state records to boast about, or to defend.
He said the laws are alienating young voters from the Republican Party.
Critics say that the bill would allow businesses to deny service to gays and lesbians.
Clinton said the law "goes beyond protecting religion" and sanctions discrimination.
This is the time to worry about the world of Capitol Hill and its various political feeder networks.
Relying on the namesake of a political dynasty has become dangerous for Senate Democrats.
Court ruled against a law requiring voters to show photo identification before voting.
The public stage is dominated by those determined to stoke fears and confusion.
Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) held an 11-point lead over Rep. Tom Cotton in May.