Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says about 500 voters living overseas will be told they may have to re-vote in the U.S. Senate race after ballots are mailed to them Saturday.
The Democratic National Committee raised $7.4 million last month but still owes vendors almost $2 million, according to financial reports filed Friday.
There's a change at the top of Republican gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson's campaign with six weeks to go in the race.
President Barack Obama has signed into law a bill authorizing the military to arm and train Syrian rebels fighting the Islamic State group.
Legislative Auditor James Nobles says a candidate's request that he review rate-setting practices for Minnesota's health insurance exchange is better suited for others.
Friday night's debate between Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Mike Ross and Republican Asa Hutchinson marks the first time they've squared off on live television in their quest for Arkansas' top office. But the issues and themes will be familiar to those who've watched a race that's been churning for more than a year.
Democratic incumbent Chris Coons has dipped into his campaign war chest as he tries to fend off a challenge from Republican businessman Ken Wade in Delaware's U.S. Senate race.
The Army is opening the door for women to go to Ranger school, in one of the first steps toward allowing women to begin moving into more grueling combat jobs.
The Michigan Republican Party is preparing to hold a March 2016 presidential primary and not jump out of order like in 2012, when the primary was moved it up to be more relevant.
The Pentagon says Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is asking for information about the military's relationship with the National Football League, amid a number of high-profile domestic violence incidents involving players.
The Army's top officer warned Friday that it will become increasingly difficult to target and launch precision airstrikes against Islamic State militants hiding among the Iraqi population.