A growing number of women in politics are going public with stories of harassment — and it’s not just here in Minnesota.
As sexual harassment allegations continue to mount at the State Capitol, Gov. Mark Dayton spoke out for the first time on camera since stories surfaced last week.
DFL Representative Laurie Halverson says she’s been harassed “many times” at the State Capitol, by lawmakers from both parties.
An exhaustive study of Trump’s early days in office found media coverage was more negative than the presidents who preceded him.
Minnesota’s Republican Senate leader says he is preparing to lay off staffers and close down the Senate if a budget impasse with the Democratic governor goes much longer.
The Sunday mass shooting in a small town in Texas is one of hundreds of mass shootings in the United States this year.
The president’s agenda has suffered a number of setback since he took office, even though Republicans control Congress and the White House.
The United States Senate opened hearings Tuesday on Facebook, Twitter and Google to figure out how to handle subversive and violent online content posted by foreign countries.
Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton denounced Monday the Republican tax plan in Washington, saying it could cost thousands of dollars for nearly a million Minnesota taxpayers.
President Trump had signaled he would allow all of the documents to be released unless U.S. intelligence agencies give him a reason not to.
Despite a lack of details on the coming tax bill, the White House is promising a $4,000 raise for the average family.
In this digital age where computers, smartphones and even baby monitors are vulnerable to hacking, cyber security experts are speaking out in Minneapolis.
The last batch of classified government documents related to the John F. Kennedy assassination are set to be released Thursday.
Top Minnesota lawmakers are asking Congress to repeal a controversial new law they say is actually making the opioid problem worse.
The stock market touched another record high this week, hitting 23,000 and continuing a historic run that some are calling a “Trump Bump.”
Monterrey Security’s contract was terminated last month after an investigation uncovered contract violations and possible security breaches.
President Donald Trump’s feud with the National Football League began more than 30 years ago.
An iconic Minneapolis restaurant may be closing its doors.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty said Monday he is “politically retired,” brushing off speculation that he is considering another run for office.
The deadly Las Vegas shooting has lawmakers, and even the National Rifle Association, suggesting some changes could be made regarding gun control.
In the aftermath of Las Vegas, some politicians say it’s not the time to talk politics or gun laws.
Top lawmakers say they want to know why and how a security firm was hired — and then fired — from U.S. Bank Stadium despite what they say were repeated warning signals.
The Sports Facilities Authority removed Monterrey Security after completing an internal investigation that alleges the company violated its contract.
“I believe politics is about making people’s lives better. But this bill? It doesn’t do that,” Klobuchar said.
State officials are warning that hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans could lose Medicaid coverage under the health care reform bill Congress is debating.