Candidate for governor race eliminated
Joe Sills' name has been removed from the ballot for Oklahoma governor after the election board determined his guilty plea disqualifies him…
U.S. Rep. takes office again; no other runners
First term U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine is among dozens of Oklahoma politicians who won't have to worry too much about launching a political…
Hillary Clinton book to be released June 10
Hillary Rodham Clinton's new book on her time as President Barack Obama's secretary of state will be released June 10.
Sebelius resigning from HHS post
A White House official says Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning from the Obama administration.
Equal pay? Not so in Oklahoma, according to AAUW
A political battle over equal pay for women is heating up as a new report finds Oklahoma has much to do to narrow the pay gap between sexes.
Obama, Senate Dems take aim at gender pay gap
Obama on Tuesday planned to sign an executive order prohibiting federal contractors from retaliating against workers who discuss their pay.
Democratic state senator announces US Senate bid
Flanked by family and friends, Sen. Connie Johnson announced her candidacy on Tuesday and said: "It's time for a change."
Ted Kennedy Jr. to run for Senate
Ted Kennedy Jr. is expected to announce Tuesday that he's running for the state Senate in Connecticut.
Mullin formally announces re-election bid
GOP congressman Markwayne Mullin has announced plans to run for a second term representing the 2nd Congressional District in Oklahoma.
Lawmakers would limit liability in storms
A pair of Oklahoma legislators say businesses, schools and churches that open their doors to passers-by during violent weather should be…
Obama: End collection of phone records
President Barack Obama asked Congress Thursday to end the government's bulk collection of Americans' phone records.
Birth control fight heads to Supreme Court
The Supreme Court will consider the religious rights of employers when it comes to covering birth control.
Not taking care of your lawn can bring fines
On Tuesday night two young boys tossed a baseball in their front yard, working on their fielding, "grounders or pop flies," one of the boys said.
Troopers continue search for escaped convict
Officers have arrested Edward Branch's mother, Sara Branch, for harboring a fugitive and obstruction of justice. Meanwhile, the…
Trial to begin in QuikTrip double murder
Prosecutors are set to deliver opening statements in a double homicide trial.
City employee suddenly retires after suspension
A city maintenance manager suddenly has retired. It comes just a day after a committee agreed he should be disciplined. He is accused of poor…
City of Tulsa employee's suspension upheld
Disciplinary action against a City of Tulsa employee will stand.
NASA chief faces questions about travel
Rep. Frank Wolf cited “serious problems” with some of NASA's fiscal decisions, including travel spending reported in annual…