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USDA gives employees more time for move

The Department of Agriculture has agreed to give some employees more time to decide whether they will be relocated from Washington to Kansas City or lose their jobs, according to the union representing them.

Kansas City man throws birthday party for pothole

Fed up with the hundreds of potholes that line Kansas City streets and a perceived lack of urgency from the city to fix them, Frank Sereno decided the best way to solve the problem was to celebrate it.

Employees turn their backs on Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue

Employees from two Department of Agriculture research agencies stood and turned their backs to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue at an all-hands meeting Thursday to silently protest a decision to relocate the agencies halfway across the country.

Trump says some GOP candidates 'choke like dogs'

President Donald Trump lamented the Republican Party's candidate selection for the midterm elections during a wide-ranging speech at the Project Safe Neighborhoods National Conference in Kansas City, Missouri, Friday afternoon.

Trump turns veterans address into political rally

President Donald Trump urged the audience before him on Tuesday to support a Missouri Republican's Senate campaign, smeared Democrats and warned the crowd not to "believe the crap you hear from (the media.)"