Friday Apr 11
Sen. Pryor might yet have a fighting shot
Eight months from Election Day, the centrist Democrat is still neck and neck with or ahead of his GOP opponent in private and partisan polls.
Pryor faces headwinds despite lead
Is Sen. Mark Pryor really ahead in the U.S. Senate race? That's the finding of a new Talk Business-Hendrix College Poll, which says that Pryor leads his opponent, U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton, 45.5 percent to 42.5 percent.
Sen. John Boozman (R-AR) Accepts Congressional Champion for Children Award from Save the Children
The senator accepted the award at Save the Children's Advocacy Summit , in front of an audience of students who travelled across the country to "Providing children globally the tools they need to live up to their greatest potential is the right thing to do," Sen. Boozman said.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Election-year GOP split over home-state projects
This Jan. 27, 2014 file photo shows Georgia Republican Senate candidate, Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga., speaking, in Atlanta.
The Republican open line: Poor prediction for Pryor
The Sunday line is open. Final words: * NOW REPUBLICANS LIKE NATE SILVER: Remember the last presidential election.
Beebe names Chris Palmer to fill Pulaski judicial vacancy
Gov. Mike Beebe yesterday appointed Chris Palmer of Little Rock to complete the term of Jay Moody , a circuit judge recently confirmed to a seat on the federal district court bench.