On this Martin Luther King Day, Berry Craig reminds us of the connections between civil rights and the labor movement ... including their opponents.
A rally is planned in Lexington on Wednesday outside Sen. McConnell's office to demand he call a vote in the Senate on funding the government.
I want to expand on a short Twitter thread I put up last night, about Covington Catholic expelling the students in the viral videos.
You've seen the videos of the KY students taunting the Native American elder. That's shameful enough – but where are the adults?
SOS Alison Grimes has released a statement regarding viral videos apparently showing Covington Catholic students taunting Native Americans.
Rep. John Yarmuth joined other Democrats in expressing deep concern about allegations claiming President Trump ordered his Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.
A bill recently filed in the Kentucky House of Representatives, House Bill 28, would reverse the sales tax on non-profit and charitable organizations.
In this week's "My Old Kentucky Podcast," Jazmin and Robert tackle the first week of the KYGA19 session, including the five bills already passed.
Matt Bevin’s Public Service Commission is fighting to exclude advocates for the poor from decisions about rates for heat, light, and water. Why?
In a filing on Thursday, the lawyer for Rep. Jim Glenn presented five arguments for either deciding in Glenn's favor or dismissing the case entirely.
Rep. Robert Goforth, a Republican candidate for governor, denied accusations of sexual assault made by a woman with whom he had a relationship a decade ago.
Congressman Brett Guthrie believes the Trump administration and the Democrat-controlled House could end the shutdown by giving both sides what they want.