| Apr 27, 2014
| 9:29 PM
Tornadoes ripped through the south-central United States on Sunday, killing at least 12 people in Arkansas and Oklahoma and wiping out entire neighborhoods of homes, according to officials, as rescue workers searched in darkness for survivors.
| Apr 23, 2014
| 12:27 PM
WASHINGTON — Three lessons jump out from the latest round of polling on key U.S. Senate races.
First, just as Democrats have been saying, their endangered incumbent in Arkansas, Sen. Mark Pryor, is doing better than analysts in Washington had...
| Feb 4, 2014
| 12:07 PM
For as much as two-thirds of the United States, this has, indeed, been the winter of our discontent.
Even as a harsh storm was dropping as much as 10 inches of snow on parts of the Midwest, especially Kansas, that same system was moving east and was...
| Dec 26, 2012
| 1:19 PM
| Aug 26, 2012
This year's drought, along with recent news reports of the lowest corn yield in 17 years, has rekindled the food vs. fuel debate — and, for good reasons. When Congress passed the Energy Independence and Security Act in 2007, an ambitious schedule...
| Nov 12, 2012
| 3:37 PM
| Jan 6, 2011
| 5:09 PM
Traveling outside the U.S. for the last two weeks, I had the chance to flip last year news trying to find a different perspective for the forces playing in our world today. Year end is always a time for review of what happened, to understand what is going...
| Aug 13, 2008
by Frank James Hours ago, Bill Gwatney, chairman of the Democratic Party of Arkansas, was shot several times by a man who pushed his way past staffers into Gwatney's Little Rock office. Now comes word via a joint statement......