Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) apologized Tuesday for falsely saying she was undergoing breast cancer treatment when the Senate passed a bill that’s now facing fierce criticism. The Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act weakened the Drug Enforcement Administration’s ability to go after drug distributors in 2016, and McCaskill said Monday she would not …
The Washington Post fact-checker on Tuesday gave Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill (Mo.) four Pinocchios for claiming she was not in the Senate last year when Congress passed a bill that weakened the ability of the Drug Enforcement Administration to go after drug distributors as opioid-related deaths in the country continued to rise.
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that drug czar nominee Rep. Tom Marino (R.. Pa.) had withdrawn his name from consideration for the position.
Missouri’s Republican attorney general Josh Hawley officially announced his campaign against Sen. Claire McCaskill (D.) on Tuesday morning and immediately called out his opponent, a two-term senator, for turning her back on Missourians.
A close family friend of and donor to Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill (Mo.) is a nursing home executive with a troubling record of health and safety problems in his industry.
Democrats are experiencing “a collective groan” leading up to the release of and book tour for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 election memoir What Happened.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday kicked off his push for tax reform, pitching his plans to overhaul the tax code as a way to help working-class Americans and keep the U.S. competitive against foreign countries.
BOWLING GREEN, Mo.—All the stops on Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill’s town-hall trip to small towns scattered throughout Missouri follow the same script.