The attorney general's office deposed Marathon CEO Gary Heminger on Nov. 30.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is aiming to preserve a $1.8 billion state budget surplus while not directing more money toward goals of increasing teacher pay.
Wisconsin's incoming Democratic governor says he's willing to go to court if a Republican plan to restrict his powers is signed into law _ but he'll first ask GOP Gov. Scott Walker to veto the legislation.
Amid a battle over the fairness of Georgia's elections, two men are locked in a runoff to oversee the future of the state's election apparatus.
A combination of recent changes in California's election rules lengthened the ballot-counting process and upended traditional voting patterns in a year Democrats captured a string of U.S. House seats.
The proposal comes after a woman claims a manager at the St. Matthews restaurant demanded she cover up while breastfeeding.
The Kentucky Bankers Association said it hired three accounting firms to survey 59 banks, finding they pay a tax rate of 13.3 percent compared to the 5 percent rate charged to other corporations.
Sen. McConnell has been hearing the debate rage from both sides.
Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush died Friday night at the age of 94.
President Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi may have the most important relationship in Washington.
The Senate's top leader has his own priority in Congress' lame-duck session: passing a farm bill that includes a full pardon for hemp, the non-intoxicating cousin of marijuana that's making a comeback in his home state of Kentucky.
Andy Beshear has joined other attorneys general asking the U.S. Supreme Court to allow states to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable.
Andy Beshear sent an email to legislators saying the move would free up state revenue for education, health care and fighting drugs.