The secretary of state's office has 10 days to verify if they are all from registered Arkansas voters.
Georgia Rodgers said she "couldn’t believe a marble cutting board looked like a penis."
Slavery "was the necessary evil upon which the union was built," the Arkansas senator said in an interview.
Under pressure by anti-abortion activists ― including a board of health member ― the state health department became a weapon in the war against abortion.
With states reopening, workers who had been staying home to avoid the coronavirus will no longer be eligible for unemployment, forcing a choice between health and livelihood.
Asa Hutchinson said people can’t “cloister” themselves at home and that handling the epidemic is a matter of practicing self-discipline and testing.
The contagion study is released just as Trump is demanding that churches reopen.
There's a plague outside, but some states think it's urgently necessary for people to go to work.
The Razorbacks coach unleashes his energy and imagination in the face of the coronavirus pandemic that ended his team's season.
The former GOP Arkansas governor used a bonkers analogy to take aim at "the left & media." It backfired.