Several Republicans had complained about the painting, which shows a pig in a police uniform aiming a gun at a protester, and even took down the artwork temporarily.
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
With just a handful of competitive races around the country, the outcome in Missouri could help determine control of the Senate.
By Jim Salter, Associated Press
Two years later, the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson remains so politically sensitive that it has been injected into Missouri's gubernatorial campaign.
By Associated Press
Ferguson city leaders, struggling to balance a budget decimated by fallout from the unrest that followed the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, will ask voters in August for a second tax increase,…
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Republican businessman Donald Trump and former Democratic Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were certified Tuesday as the winners of Missouri's presidential primaries, though a recount remains a possibility.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Bernie Sanders said Thursday he will not seek a recount of results in Missouri's Democratic presidential primary, conceding defeat to Hillary Clinton.
By Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press
Donald Trump won a decisive victory in Florida’s primary Tuesday night, forcing home-state Sen. Marco Rubio to abandon the race for the Republican presidential nomination. The brash billionaire also picked up North Carolina and Illinois, but faltered in Ohio.
By Jim Salter and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
ST. LOUIS — Protesters repeatedly interrupted Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump at a campaign rally on Friday, with the billionaire promising from the stage that police and security would be "gentle" as they removed them.
The Ferguson, Missouri, City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a number of changes to a raft of reforms meant to improve its courts and police, drawing a swift rebuke from the Justice Department.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Loretta Lynch plans to visit six cities in the coming months to highlight police departments she sees as role models for law enforcement.
Support Provided By: Learn more