FORT SMITH — Officials with the U.S. Marshals Museum will break ground Wednesday on the estimated $50 million museum project in a ceremony that will be in commemoration of the 225th anniversary of the creation of the U.S. Marshals Service.
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WASHINGTON — Advocates for stricter limits on corporate influence over political campaigns asked the FEC on Monday to review a policy at Wal-Mart Stores aimed at boosting manager contributions to its political action committee.
WASHINGTON — The Economic Development Administration is providing $1.6 million in grants to help Faulkner County communities recover from April’s devastating storm.
LITTLE ROCK — The balance of power between the legislative and executive branches of Arkansas’ state government could undergo some adjustments in the coming months.
Officials with the U.S. Marshals Museum on Thursday announced a $5 million anonymous gift for the facility.
WASHINGTON — Congress voted last week to give President Obama the green light to arm and train rebels in Syria to fight against violent jihadist forces in the Middle East.
LITTLE ROCK — A debate between the major-party candidates for governor at times grew heated Friday, with Republican Asa Hutchinson telling Democrat Mike Ross he was being too sensitive and Ross asking if Hutchinson needed him to talk more slowly.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ unemployment rate rose one-tenth of a percentage point to 6.3 percent in August, according to labor statistics released Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — State lawmakers on Friday approved hiring consultants to conduct a performance audit of the state lottery and a study of broadband access at public schools.
WASHINGTON — Republican Senate candidate Tom Cotton on Friday called Democrat Mark Pryor a “weak and unsteady voice” on national security, accusing the two-term Senator of flip-flopping on the issue of arming and training Syrian rebels.