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Trump insists he's not dropping citizenship question effort


Beto O'Rourke's laugh line falls flat as kids want to talk serious issues


President Trump tasks federal government to speed up pipeline construction


Missouri House passes bill with intent to undo parts of 'Clean Missouri' amendment


Gold mining company hires embattled former Secretary of Interior


Bernie Sanders calls Trump a racist before event at Apollo Theater


Trump seeks to end government control of mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac


Arkansas governor backs removing Confederate link to state's flag


Senators tell pharma CEOs to get control of drug prices


Exclusive with Ivanka Trump: White House says women are the key to global stability


Iowa Sen. Ernst denies allegation of affair with soldier


Sen. Josh Hawley impressed by attorney general nominee William Barr


Elizabeth Warren makes big move toward 2020 presidential run


Missouri's McCaskill spent $40M on unsuccessful campaign


Protest at Fox News host's home investigated as possible hate crime


Missouri voter turnout highest for midterm since 1994


Missouri voters split over country's direction


Hawley's victory secures Republican dominance in Missouri


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