The University of Kansas has opened two new visiting professor positions, as well as two new fellowships and two new graduate teaching assistantships for Ukrainian scholars displaced by the ongoing war.
Leaders from Atchison’s new Amelia Earhart Hangar Museum will make the same transatlantic flight she did - which put her on the map - to Derry, Northern Ireland, to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the trip.
Following their trip with a Senate delegation to Poland and Germany to take stock of what the U.S. has done and could do to help Ukraine, Kansas’ U.S. Senators have called on the president’s national security advisor to answer a few questions.
A man who runs a little-known, low-budget radio station in suburban Kansas City says he is standing up for free speech and alternative viewpoints when he airs Russian state-sponsored programming in the midst of the Ukrainian war.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran continues to urge national leaders to take action as millions are on the brink of famine while Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine - two of the world’s largest wheat exporters.
Facing criticism for maintaining a presence in Russia, leadership from Koch Industries on Wednesday, March 16, issued a statement clarifying the Wichita-based international company’s position, defending its stance, and condemning Russia’s attack on Ukraine.
Questions continue to circulate regarding the fate of contract working dogs that were pictured left on the tarmac at the Kabul airport while troops completed the evacuation in Afghanistan as the Pentagon confirms that no dogs left were under military care.
After a terrorist attack committed by ISIS-K killed over 100 people and injured many more outside the Kabul airport as residents attempted to evacuate, Kansas’ two U.S. Senators are making a greater effort to aid.