Arkansas Republicans slammed the Energy Department's wind energy plan.
Former President Bill Clinton is finishing up a statewide tour on Sunday.
Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) has a narrow lead over Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.), according to a new...
A spot features a sheriff talking about efforts to help his county after tornadoes struck.
"First he's against equal pay for women, now Cotton won’t protect us from domestic abuse. Who is...
The state's high court suspended a judge's ruling striking down the gay marriage ban Friday.
The high court found the ban preventing clerks from issuing gay marriage licenses is still in...
In 1997, he signed a law that was struck down Friday.
Judge said state law banning gay marriage violated a clause of the Constitution.
Obama said when natural disasters strike a community it affects the entire country.
Support did not rise above 44 percent in North Carolina, Louisiana, Kentucky or Arkansas, according...
Huckabee heads to North Carolina for Rev. Mark Harris, an underdog in the Senate GOP primary.
An author who co-wrote two books with Mike Huckabee has reportedly been accused of child...
Dem ad uses McCain saying, "anyone who calls it amnesty is not being intellectually honest."
But the GOP’s advantage in super-PAC spending forced some incumbents to spend heavily early.
A new ad is aimed at touting the Democratic incumbent's religious conviction in Arkansas.
The Arkansas lawmaker said the swap was a "grievous error" that could cost U.S. lives.
The high court did not actually rule on the constitutionality of the law.
The poll pushes back on recent surveys that have found Dem Sen. Mark Pryor ahead.
It is likely the stay will be granted, as every other state request for a stay has.
The vulnerable senator insisted the tour of tornado damage was “not about politics.”
Pryor draws 43 percent, with 42 percent backing Cotton.
Reid is struggling to stop Senate Democrats from backing a plan to undercut Obama’s target.
Americans for Prosperity blames the Arkansas Democrat for "if you like it, you can keep it."