Reality Check: State Lawmakers' Pay RaiseThe Minnesota House today put off a vote to set aside millions of dollars for raising legislative pay.
Reality Check: How Does Santa Visit Every Home?When we see a man with a white beard, a red suit and a big belt, we assume it's Santa Claus.
Reality Check: New Citizens Council To Set Lawmaker PayState voters approved a constitutional amendment in November setting up a "Legislative Salary Council" to decide how much legislators should get paid.
Reality Check: Is The Election Rigged?Donald Trump this week is repeatedly warning supporters the 2016 presidential election may be stolen from him.
Reality Check: Can You Take Back Your Absentee Vote?The election is still 27 days away, but tens of thousands of Minnesotans have already voted -- absentee.
Reality Check: Twins Suffer Record Losses In 2016; Wasn't Target Field Supposed To Stop That?In a game where numbers rule, the 2016 Minnesota Twins set a record they never wanted.
Reality Check: Paulsen Ad Paints Bonoff As Serial Tax RaiserRepublican Congressman Erik Paulsen is going negative in his 3rd District Congressional race. Paulsen's new TV ad accuses Terri Bonoff of being a serial tax-raiser.
Reality Check: Erik Paulsen & Donald TrumpNational Democrats are running a tough new TV ad linking Republican Congressman Erik Paulsen to Donald Trump.
Reality Check: Attack Ads In The Nolan-Mills RaceCongressman Rick Nolan, the Democrat representing Minnesota’s 8th District, is running a television ad responding to what he calls a "smear" campaign by his opponent, Republican challenger Stewart Mills.
Reality Check: Stewart Mills Ad On Syrian RefugeesA tough new television ad from Republican Congressional candidate Stewart Mills accuses Democratic Congressman Rick Nolan of being weak on terrorism.
Reality Check: Are Black Drivers Pulled Over More Than White Drivers?Protesters are angry about what they say is unequal treatment of African-American drivers by police. Is that true?
Reality Check: Trump's Campaign FundsTrump is reporting that he has $1,289,508 cash on hand. That's less than many candidates in state races, including Minnesota and Wisconsin.