A Friday forum on issues facing black Americans that will feature presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been moved to a north Minneapolis high school partly to accommodate more people. Read more →
Because more Democrats checked a box on their their tax form,s, DFL candidates will get more in subsidies. Read more →
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann said Tuesday that she may consider taking another run at the presidency in 2016. Read more →
Abdimalik Askar will carry the Republican Party’s endorsement in his bid to unseat DFLer Phyllis Kahn in House District 60B in Minneapolis. Read more →
Republican state Sen. Torrey Westrom said tonight he plans to run against DFL U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson in Minnesota’s 7th Congressional District. Westrom will announce his campaign at an event Thursday in Moorhead. Westrom also will hold an event in his hometown of Elbow Lake in northwest Minnesota later in the afternoon. An attorney, Westrom Read more →
The Taxpayers League of Minnesota board elected former Republican state Sen. Ted Lillie as the organization’s new president on Thursday. Read more →
With Congress set to consider a resolution authorizing President Barack Obama to use military force against the Syrian government, some Syrian-Americans say the airstrikes are necessary to destabilize Syrian President Bashar Assad. Read more →
More than 100 members of the U.S. House, including four representatives from Minnesota, have signed a letter sent today to President Barack Obama asking him to seek congressional approval before launching military actions in Syria. Read more →
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan was in the Twin Cities to promote a plan to better fund early childhood education that could mean more dollars for Minnesota.
The U.S. Senate managed to avert a showdown over rules governing the use of the filibuster.
And even though she’s retiring, U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann still leads the House delegation in fundraising. Read more →
Although the state legislative session is still months away, we’re getting a better idea what sort of bonding will be on the table as state agencies and local government put in their requests.
In Washington, the filibuster showdown continues as Senate Democrats threaten to restrict the practice.
And as the 2014 election slowly approaches, former state Rep. Tom Emmer is putting up some impressive fundraising totals in the 6th District race. Read more →