Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens faced mounting calls to resign Thursday following allegations of unwanted sexual aggression toward a woman, but his defense attorneys argued that a criminal indictment against him should be dismissed because of alleged prosecutorial misconduct.
By David A. Lieb, Jim Salter, Blake Nelson, Associated Press
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' potentially prolonged legal battle stemming from an extramarital affair could have implications for the 2018 elections.
By Jim Salter, David A. Lieb, Blake Nelson, Associated Press
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is blaming his felony invasion of privacy indictment on a "reckless liberal prosecutor," holding fast to the assertion that any case stemming from his admitted extramarital affair is politically driven.
By Jim Salter, David A. Lieb and Summer Ballentine, Associated Press
Amid calls for impeachment or resignation, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens said in a statement that he made a mistake but "did not commit a crime." He was indicted by a grand jury this week for felony invasion of privacy, alleging…
By Jim Salter, Associated Press
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner announced the indictment Thursday. She launched an investigation in January after Greitens admitted to an affair with his St. Louis hairdresser that began in March 2015. He was elected governor in November 2016.
By Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press
Republican-controlled states have passed hundreds of bills since 2011 restricting access to abortion while Democratic-led states have taken steps in the other direction.
By Erica R. Hendry, Joshua Barajas, Patty Gorena Morales, Teresa Carey
As Trump continues to meet other world leaders at the U.N., here are five stories you may have overlooked.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump plans to make a public push to overhaul the nation's tax system next week in Springfield, Missouri.
The NAACP issued a travel advisory about the state of Missouri for women, minorities and LGBT people, asking those travelers to use “extreme caution.” The NAACP’s first statewide alert comes after Missouri passed a law that the organization says permits…
By PBS NewsHour
With the July 4th recess hours away, Republican lawmakers are scrambling to draft a new version of their bill before leaving Washington. Judy Woodruff speaks with Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., about the chances of reaching a compromise on the Senate…
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