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Topic - Claire Mccaskill
General Motors has placed two engineers on paid leave as an outside attorney investigates why the company took more than a decade to recall millions of small cars for an ignition switch problem.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat, said she forgets about clotures votes and playing politics when she's at Busch Stadium in St. Louis watching the Cardinals play.
With public fury growing over General Motors' handling of faulty ignition switches in some of its vehicles, Sen. Claire McCaskill said Sunday the auto giant now faces a "real moment of truth" and must make restitution to the families of those killed by the defects.
Despite being at odds in the debate on military sex assault, Democratic Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Claire McCaskill of Missouri are teaming up to tackle sex assault on college campuses.
Sen. Claire McCaskill said her staff has been surveying colleges nationwide to see what protections against sexual attacks are in place and how the schools support assault victims.
Missouri's two U.S. senators met Thursday with the state's National Guard leaders, who outlined some of the needs for the northwest Missouri base - including a newer model aircraft.
Sen. Claire McCaskill and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay are among those urging renewal of federal legislation that they say has a proven record of providing job opportunities in Missouri.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill is planning a series of town hall meetings and other events across Missouri next week to discuss expanding job and business opportunities.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat, said Tuesday that she will now work to eliminate sex assault on college campuses following the "major, sweeping reforms" to the military sex assault system that passed the Senate on Monday.
The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill late Monday making big changes in the military justice system to deal with sexual assault, including scrapping the nearly century-old practice of using a "good soldier defense" to raise doubts that a crime has been committed.
The Senate on Monday approved a bill giving victims of sexual assault in the military more say in how the crimes are prosecuted, building on other revisions last year as Congress pushes to reform a system all sides acknowledge is broken.
The Senate agreed Thursday to begin debating a proposal to better protect victims of sexual assault in the military but rejected broader changes that would have turned prosecution decisions over to an independent military lawyer.
The Senate agreed Thursday to begin debating a proposal to better protect victims of sexual assault in the military, but rejected broader changes that would have turned prosecution decisions over to an independent military lawyer.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand will get her second shot to strip military commanders of their ability to decide whether to convene a trial in sex-assault cases as the Senate prepares to return to the issue next month.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat, said Monday that she feels good about Democrats' chances of succeeding in the midterm elections this year, despite some Democratic senators up for re-election in primarily red states like Arkansas, Louisiana and North Carolina.
"There is no reason to keep the same part number unless you're trying to hide the fact that you've got a defective switch out there that in fact ended up killing a number of people on our highways," the Democrat McCaskill said on a Sunday television news show.
** FILE ** In this May 7, 2013, file photo, Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington.