Tuesday Mar 4
Spy chief outlines hopes for cybersecurity bill
Congress needs to overhaul a pair of privacy laws to allow the government to communicate with private companies and foreign nations, according to National Security Agency Director Gen.
An end to warrantless email searches?
Privacy advocates had grown frustrated in recent months as Senate legislation that would curtail the email powers of law enforcement was thrown off track amid revelations about National Security Agency surveillance.
Fundraisers gather to support KC's GOP convention bid
Local fundraising efforts aimed at bringing the 2016 Republican National Convention to Kansas City got rolling Wednesday night as leaders of the city's bid hosted potential donors for a cocktail reception at Kansas City's Carriage Club.
Economist Ben Stein tells Topeka to focus on teaching morals, value of work
The biggest problem in America isn't unemployment but irresponsibility and being willing to work, economist Ben Stein said Tuesday night in Topeka.
The Kansas City Star
U.S. House marks anniversary of pro-slavery Kansas constitution's rejection
There was a pretty eclectic list of events in Kansas City Sunday for those willing to slosh through the slush.
The Wichita Eagle
Kansas delegation is most conservative in House
National Journal's 2013 vote ratings confirmed that Kansas has the most conservative delegation in the House, while ranking Sen. Pat Roberts as No.
Farm Bill passes with Moran backing
Tuesday's passage of the long-awaited federal Farm Bill was called a bipartisan effort, but only one member of Kansas' Congressional GOP-dominated delegation voted in support of the legislation.