After a blue wave election, Republicans have seen their majorities in state and federal government dissolve. Now they're throwing a fit.
Just 16 percent of eligible voters ages 18 to 29 bothered to punch their ballots in 2014. They won't make the same mistake again.
Conservative Republican Kris Kobach promises voters that if elected Kansas governor, he'll work to drive out illegal immigrants to halt what he says is $377 million in benefits they receive from the state annually.
Fearing retribution from the federal government, fewer and fewer families who immigrated to the U.S. are enrolling in nutrition assistance programs.
A new report finds only a fraction of the $380 million earmarked by the government's Election Assistance Commission will be spent ahead of November's midterms.
Businessman Greg Orman tries to appeal to disaffected Republicans, who he says see the GOP hopeful, Secretary of State Kris Kobach, as "incompetent and corrupt."
Gov. Jeff Colyer has called the secretary of state's handling of ballots in their Republican primary battle "inconsistent with Kansas law."
Sharice Davids, an attorney and activist, shatters the mold for a congressional primary winner from the ruby red state. She will face four-term Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder in November.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and New York congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez head to Kansas in advance of that state's Aug. 7 Democratic primary.
Legislators vote to grant legal protections to faith-based adoption agencies that cite their religious beliefs for not placing children in LGBT homes. In Kansas, lawmakers are close to passing a similar measure.