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The Kentucky State AFL-CIO endorsed Darrell Pugh.

PIKEVILLE, KY — Darrell Pugh, Pikeville family man and small business owner, is releasing his second television  advertisement in the race for KY State Senate District 31. Pugh responded this afternoon after his opponent,

Phillip Wheeler, escalated his attacks and misleading rhetoric.

By THOMAS NOVELLY

A military project for a middle school at Fort Campbell Army base could be in limbo since President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday allowing him to reallocate funds for his proposed border wall. 

By PHILIP M. BAILEY

Former House Speaker Jeff Hoover wants a law requiring Kentucky candidates seeking statewide office to show voters their tax returns.

The move is likely to be seen as a dig at Gov. Matt Bevin, who broke a long-held tradition by declining to show Kentuckians his tax returns.

By DANA MILBANK

It was a fine day for a national emergency.

There was no sign of alarm as administration officials and journalists assembled Friday in the Rose Garden under a perfect blue sky amid unseasonable warmth. Nor was there any sense of crisis conveyed by President Trump, scheduled to fly to his Mar-a-Lago resort later Friday. The much-anticipated emergency declaration was to have been at 10 a.m. At 10:18, an official said Trump would talk in two minutes. At 10:39, Trump emerged.

Some PG employees concerned for their safety are working from home.

By COLIN DEPPEN

The union representing Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newsroom staffers wants Publisher and Editor-in-Chief JR Block barred from the paper’s North Shore office after the guild said Block “went berserk in the newsroom” on Saturday night.