Hillary Clinton will make history Thursday night when she becomes the first woman in American history to lead a major political party.
Last night, former President Bill Clinton spoke about his wife, striking a more personal tone about the arc of their relationship and her professional résumé.
The Democratic National Convention opened in Philadelphia Monday morning but it isn’t the city of brotherly love for Democrats.
Thursday was a historic night for Republicans in Cleveland.
On Friday night in Cleveland, Donald Trump will officially accept the Republican nomination for President of the United States.
On Wednesday night, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence will take the stage at the GOP convention, but once again, people are talking about Donald Trump’s wife and her speech from the opening night.
On the first night of the Republican National Convention, there was plenty showmanship and drama.
The greatest political show on Earth is unfolding in Cleveland, Ohio, this week.
On the convention floor Monday, some of the delegates attempted to change the rules to stop Donald Trump’s nomination.
Former Minnesota Governor Wendell Anderson has died at age 83, according to a statement from Gov. Mark Dayton’s office Sunday morning.
Minnesota is the only state in the country that Marco Rubio won, which commits a majority of delegates to vote for the Florida senator on the first ballot. But Minnesota’s Donald Trump delegates are unfazed.
A police union official says four off-duty Minneapolis officers working a WNBA game walked off the job at the city’s Target Center arena Saturday after Minnesota Lynx players wore pregame warm-up jerseys supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.
Protesters are angry about what they say is unequal treatment of African-American drivers by police. Is that true?
Numbers released Thursday show there were 411 deaths on Minnesota roads last year, up 14 percent from 2014.
Minnesota’s top business leaders are pushing for a state law to stop cities from adopting sick leave and minimum wage policies.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Anne McKeig to the Minnesota Supreme Court Tuesday.
State emergency officials say they have trained 5,700 first responders since 2014 on what to do in case of an oil train derailment and explosion.
The Orlando massacre prompted dramatic action by House Democrats, who ended a raucous 24-hour sit-in Thursday to get a vote on gun control.
The Minnesota Vikings are officially moving from Eden Prairie to Eagan. The Eagan City Council unanimously approved the Vikings’ plans to build a new headquarters and training facility in the Twin Cities suburb.
Trump is reporting that he has $1,289,508 cash on hand. That’s less than many candidates in state races, including Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The U.S. Senate was slated to vote Monday on four different amendments related to gun control and terrorism. None of the measures, however, are expected to pass
Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy seized the floor unexpectedly on Wednesday morning, trying to force a Senate vote on two gun safety measures.
One of the few surviving Minnesota houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is on the market in St. Louis Park, a Minneapolis suburb.
A federal appeals court on Monday threw out the $1.8 million defamation verdict awarded to former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura.
If you’re wondering what the inside of U.S. Bank Stadium looks like, here is your chance to find out. The Minnesota Sports Authority is offering free tickets, starting Friday.