Former President Bill Clinton answers questions about whether something improper is suggested by Chelsea Clinton remaining on the board of the Clinton Foundation should her mother become president. /more/
Conner Eldridge has now taken to YouTube to formally invite Republican U.S. Sen. John Boozman to debate. We're guessing that won't be "formal" enough for the senator, whose plan is to dodge appearing with Eldridge to the maximum extent possible. /more/
Here's Politico with a story about some Bill Clinton-Donald Trump photos released by the Clinton Presidential Library, though it did not release some pictures of Hillary Clinton from a 1994 fund-raiser that Trump might have attended. /more/
As Bill Clinton started his 1982 political recovery following his shocking defeat to Frank White two years before, he took to the airwaves of Arkansas with an atypical campaign advertisement: He looked directly at the camera and apologized for having been out touch with Arkansans during his first term, including his damaging decision to raise vehicle tag fees. /more/
UPDATE: I've just learned that the Little Rock police department will formally drop charges today against state Rep. John Walker and his legal colleague Omavi Kushukuru and send them a formal letter of apology.
A KUAR report on the pending legislation backed by Walton-funded lobbyists to allow private companies to run parts or all of the former Little Rock School District includes some second thoughts from Little Rock lawyer Sam Ledbetter, chair of the state Board of Education.
Lawyers in Little Rock and Fayetteville have filed federal suit in the Western District against Walmart, Target and Walgreens stores for selling herbal products that an investigation in New York discovered contained little or n one of the ingredients advertised on the bottle.
Kyle T. Miller, who describes himself as a "licensed and ordained prophet" and says he has been "prophesying and interpreting dreams for almost 15 years," has been named the director of the Delta Cultural Center at Helena.