Rep. Ann Wagner, a Republican, joins a chorus of Missouri politicians speaking out against the governor in light of allegations of sexual misconduct.
Earlier this week, House Democrats mounted a strong stand against legislation from Rep. Ann Wagner (R-MO) aimed at killing the Department of Labor's conflict of interest rule by subjecting it to indefinite delays.
At least she took it well.
Ever wonder how reporters know all those lawmakers? They don't. Here, one mistakes Rep. Ann Wagner for Rep. Renee Ellmers, and asks about affair rumors.
Congresswoman Appears To Eat Booger On Live TV
Speaking at a women's empowerment event hosted by Google and National Review on Tuesday, Wagner advised the Republican men
Wagner also faced off with Libertarian candidate Bill Slantz. See more news on the 2014 midterm elections below: Rep. Ann
Just over one-third of the 196 women who have filed to run for the House are Republicans, though filing periods haven't yet
House Speaker John Boehner may have had a rough couple of weeks with a shutdown that's made him a lightning rod for public anger over gridlock in Washington, but the Ohio Republican is still one of the biggest political money magnets in town.