Missouri has its missing moon rock back. Yes, its missing moon rock.
This week, former Missouri Gov. and current U.S. senator Kit Bond's staff found the rock while sorting through memorabilia as he prepares to retire.
Senator Kit Bond is retiring after more than four decades in public office.
Missourians first elected the Republican in 1970 as state auditor. Two years later Bond became the state’s youngest governor at the age of 33.
He spent two terms in the governor’s mansion, then went on to four terms in the U.S. Senate.
Maria Altman takes a look back on Senator Kit Bond’s long public service career.
"There's nothing like being eulogized while you're still breathing," Sen. Kit Bond said Tuesday as he stepped to a podium in the U.S.
Often tax legislation is a little bit muddled. We try to break down Obama's latest for you and let you know what your U.S. Senators, Kit Bond and Claire McCaskill, think as they go to vote on the bill.
Many Americans are unsure what should happen in reaction to the recent publication of over 250,000 leaked U.S. diplomatic documents by the website WikiLeaks.
Not Missouri Senator Kit Bond.
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