Financial records were filed under seal today in the Hunter Biden paternity case.
Jonathan Chait, writing for New York, is right. Hunter Biden is a problem if his father wins the Democratic presidential nomination, in addition to the convenient red herring he's provided Republicans fighting Donald Trump's impeachment.
Michael Mason, a member of the Little Rock School District Community Advisory Board, which provides recommendations on the state-controlled district, has written an open letter in response to criticism of his votes on school attendance zones at a meeting last week.
Federal Judge Kristine Baker today issued a preliminary injunction against enforcement of the 2019 state law aimed at prohibiting the labeling of plant-based foods in any way that suggested they were similar to meat products.
The Washington Post's journalism continues to outshine the both-siderism that seems to mark so much of New York Times coverage of late.
Pro Publica reports news from Kansas relevant to Arkansas: Kansas has agreed to stop using CrossCheck, a supposed voter fraud detection system, because of concerns raised about security risks.
Though it's not yet clear when Circuit Judge Tim Fox will ever hear the lawsuit by Gulfside Casino Partnership claiming it has a valid application to open a casino in Pope county, Gulfside has laid out its legal argument in a filing Tuesday.
Questioning from a federal appellate judge yesterday indicated that court protection against racial segregation of schools may be nearing its end.
Arkansas Marijuana Card has opened its second clinic in Fort Smith, specializing in evaluations and recommendations for patients seeking treatment with medical cannabis under Arkansas’s medical marijuana program.
More public interest reporting from Pro Publica: A series on the conditions in federally subsidized housing projects. Oversight is falling short, if failing grades on inspections of living conditions are an indication.
The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law has issued a new report on the influence of money in judicial races, with plenty of attention to dark money spending in 2018 on a race for Arkansas Supreme Court.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Chancellor Christina Drale, Edie Stewart, assistant vice chancellor for enrollment management, and Kathy Oliverio, director of military student success, were recognized for their efforts to support military service members this month.
UPDATE: LRAFB currently has no Sauid students in training in its large flight training program.
The Arkansas Supreme Court today in a 4-3 decision opened the door to counting all signatures on petitions to refer to votes a new state law that gives optometrists the ability to do more surgical procedures.
The video news roundup includes Trump fake news, LRAFB, casino lawsuit and LRSD.
Today's news: Supreme Court winners and losers, impeachment and more.
There is a big idea education-policy idea that you will find just under the surface of every discussion about the Little Rock School District. It is the concept of educational equity.
The Arkansas Supreme Court voted 5-2 today against new DNA testing for Death Row inmate Stacey Johnson, facing death for the 1993 slaying of Carol Health in Sevier County.
The State Board of Education, at the request of chairwoman Diane Zook, has added to its Thursday monthly meeting agenda consideration of Little Rock School District high school zones. I think that can fairly be read as a sign that Zook will push for the State Board to direct Education Secretary Johnny Key, who acts as the LRSD school board while the district is in state takeover, to ignore the recommendations of the LRSD administration and order the district to expand Pinnacle View High School in Northwest Little Rock to grades 9-12 next year and add a full complement of extracurricular offerings.
State Board again illustrates how little local control it intends to give Little Rock School District
The State Board of Education blew another razzberry at local control of the Little Rock School District today, delving into matters as small as the name of a school.
Farmers happy; those opposed to use of the chemical past mid-April are not.