Jamie Comer was proud of his part in Thursday's reprise of the Army-McCarthy hearings. But when he tweeted about it, the response was not what he expected.
Democratic legislators held a public forum in East Kentucky about the governor's Medicaid cuts and their impact on that part of the state.
After winning back pay for farm workers, the Farm Laborers Organizing Committee is continuing their VUSE e-cigarette boycott against Reynolds Tobacco.
A lack of oversight among executives and elected officials in the KY Court System has created a culture ripe for abuse, says state auditor Mike Harmon.
It's the second installment of our new feature, "Kentucky Politics News and Notes." Check it out, and let us know if you find it useful.
Jonathan Chait has laid out an important question: Is Trump under the control of Russia? Tom Nichols shares his insights on the Chait post. Read them both.
The U.S. Senate just voted to affirm our commitment to our NATO allies and the alliance ... but Kentucky's own Rand Paul voted against it.
First of our News & Notes covering Kentucky politics. A bullet list of items from across the state, incl stories, tweets, and what not. Feedback welcome!
Attorney General Andy Beshear is expected to announce he is running for KY governor in a tour of the state. Other candidates are in play, however.
In a Quinnipiac poll released on June 18, Republican voters were the only demographic group that supported separating children from their immigrant parents.
Here are pictures (and a very short video) from the OccupyICE / ThreePercenters event on Saturday, July 7, in Louisville.
This morning I attended the protest/counter-protest between OccupyIce and the ThreePercenters, and thought, "This is what democracy looks like."