- By Joe Sonka | Posted on October 19, 2018
The national labor trafficking conference will bring in professionals from around the country who tackle the problem, often overshadowed by sex trafficking.
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on October 18, 2018
Yarmuth and Glisson showed major policy differences on the Affordable Care Act, Kentucky's Medicaid wavier and "Medicare for All."
- By Olivia Krauth | Posted on September 24, 2018
When CIA Director Gina Haspel returned to her alma mater, the University of Louisville, Monday to speak as a part of the McConnell Center’s Distinguished Speakers Series, the talk and a Q-and-A were steered toward light-hearted topics and avoided more controversial subjects, such as her work as...
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on September 17, 2018
Haspel, a UofL graduate and the first female director of the CIA, will deliver remarks about her career in the CIA and national security.
- By Kentucky Press News Service | Posted on September 17, 2018
Members of the Kentucky National Guard and state public health nurses are helping with Tropical Storm Florence evacuation and rescue efforts.
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on August 23, 2018
Just a day after celebrating new jobs in Kentucky’s aluminum industry being created by tariffs enacted by the Trump administration, Gov. Matt Bevin faced questions about the negative effects of those new tariffs on Thursday morning at the annual Kentucky Farm Bureau ham breakfast...
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on August 20, 2018
Gov. Matt Bevin’s attempt to uphold the legality of his Medicaid 1115 waiver faced another setback in federal court on Monday, but this time in the Eastern District of Kentucky, as U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove dismissed the governor’s lawsuit filed in February...
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on August 8, 2018
The Switzerland-based chemicals producer Clariant announced at a community meeting on Wednesday that it might shift production overseas from its Louisville facilities because of uncertainty over new tariffs enacted by the Trump administration, according to the company spokeswoman. Attending a bimonthly community advisory panel...
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on August 7, 2018
Sixteen years after swimming through human waste to enter the United States from Mexico, Ramón was living the American dream, having worked his way up in a local company over the past 12 years and earning enough to send $500 a month back to...
- By Kentucky Press News Service | Posted on July 23, 2018
By Lesley Clark | For the Lexington Herald-Leader WASHINGTON — Republican voters in Rep. James Comer’s conservative Kentucky district are staunch fans of President Donald Trump, unfazed by his seeming coziness with Russian President Vladimir Putin. But there is a limit to the love:...