Louisville Restaurant To Welcome Refugees For Thanksgiving Meal

By Jacob Ryan

The restaurant is usually closed on Thanksgiving, but this year the eatery will open to more than 100 refugees from Syria, Iraq, Cuba, Somalia and other countries. Read Story

Despite a desire for government services, Americans in a new poll were clearly dissatisfied with the level of service they feel they receive.

Poll: 1 In 5 Americans Trusts The Government


Despite this desire for government services, Americans are clearly dissatisfied with the level of service they feel they receive. Read Story


Fischer, Other Mayors Defend Refugee Resettlement

By Ashley Lopez

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives approved stricter security measures that could limit the resettlement of Syrians in the U.S. Read Story


House Passes Heightened Security Checks On Syrian, Iraqi Refugees

By Associated Press

In Kentucky, Democratic Rep. John Yarmuth opposed the measure. Republican Reps. Ed Whitfield, Brett Guthrie, Thomas Massie, Hal Rogers and Andy Barr voted for the bill. Read Story


Louisville Catholic Charities Expects Syrian Refugees in Kentucky

By Ashley Lopez

Kentucky leaders are at odds about whether the state should continue to receive refugees fleeing countries dealing with terrorism. Read Story

Matt Bevin

Kentucky Will Block Syrian Refugees, Matt Bevin Says

By Ryland Barton

Echoing the stance of several Republican governors, Matt Bevin on Monday said he opposes the resettling of Syrian refugees in Kentucky. Read Story


LISTEN: Kentuckian Henry Clay Could Have Brought Congress Together, Biographer Says

By James Bickers

According to biographer Harlow Giles Unger, Washington has a lot to learn from a Kentuckian who once held the speakership, and who he now considers to be “America’s greatest statesman.” Read Story

Rep. Ed Whitfield Won’t Seek Re-Election

By John Null

Whitfield is in his 11th term representing western and southern Kentuc Read Story

President Barack Obama shakes hands with Speaker of the House John Boehner before delivering the State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., Jan. 25, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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Kentucky Congressional Members Express Pleasure, Anxiety Over Boehner’s Departure

By Ashley Lopez

Boehner surprised Washington on Friday when he announced he was resigning at the end of October. Read Story

Pope Francis speaks in the House Chamber of the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. He is the first pope to address a joint meeting of Congress.

The 10 Most Political Moments In Pope Francis’ Address To Congress


There were political messages that challenged the orthodoxy of both American political parties, but there were a lot more points of emphasis Democrats are happy about — and that put some pressure on Republicans. Read Story


WFPL News Airing NPR Special On Iran Nuclear Deal Monday

By Staff

NPR is exploring the Iran nuclear deal in detail during an hour-long news special hosted by Steve Inskeep. Read Story

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Yoder Running Again For Indiana’s 9th District House Seat

By Associated Press

Monroe County Council member Shelli Yoder is running again for southern Indiana's 9th District congressional seat. Read Story