He'll contest the outcome at the Claims Commission, at least for now.
Caution on the COVID-19 front and some rare honesty from Bill Barr in today's news roundup.
Former Arizona official gets federal prison term in Fayetteville hearing.
Governor Hutchinsons' weekly coronavirus update revealed little new and was marked by caution about the future.
... it's time to hang it up.
Dangerous times demand leadership. So where is it among Arkansas Republicans? Will none say Trump lost?
The silence of the Republicans on Trump's defeat is bad. Worse are the calls for violence.
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Some questions worth answering. But don't hold your breath.
Tip: Sen. Joyce Elliott is a better guide to Little Rock School Board choices than the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
The state's secretary of health said he'd been advised the state would receive around 25,000 doses
Robert Shiflet, who once worked in Little Rock, enters a plea in federal court.
Arizona is officially added to Joe Biden's swing state sweep. And other news in the daily roundup.
32 deaths and a new record in the hospital count are NOT good news, however.
Republican Jim Sorvillo turns to state Claims Commission to hold onto his Little Rock House seat, narrowly won by Democrat Ashley Hudson.
Large poultry processors like Tyson have come under public fire for failing to protect their workers from COVID-19. But smaller poultry companies have had the same problems — and much less scrutiny.
It's all over except more Trump whining, lies and losing lawsuits.
Kansas offers some evidence that mask mandates might slow COVID infection rates.
Equal rights for same-sex couples may be at risk thanks to new members of the U.S. Supreme Court.