For 1st Time, Minnesota Will Send 2 Female Senators To WashingtonSmith will serve in Franken's stead until a special election can be held in November 2018.
Fischbach Intends To Hold 2 Jobs After Smith Goes To WashingtonThat plan would likely be challenged by Minnesota Democrats, since it puts a Republican a heartbeat away from the governorship.
5 House Dems Introduce Impeachment Articles Against TrumpRepublicans hold the majority in the House and are unlikely to act on the impeachment articles.
5 Takeaways From Election Night 2017There were plenty of encouraging signs for Democrats trying to travel the road to recovery.
Recriminations After Gillespie's Loss In VirginiaBreitbart News, which had earlier praised Gillespie as a "culture warrior" before Election Day, derided him as a "Republican swamp thing" late Tuesday.
Obama Back On Campaign Trail Stumping For Dem Gov. CandidatesFormer President Barack Obama is returning to the campaign trail to stump for Democratic gubernatorial candidates in New Jersey and Virginia as they gear up for next month's elections.
DFL Rep. Lesch Faces $20K Campaign Fund Misuse FineLesch acknowledged shoddy bookkeeping in a statement but denied misusing campaign funds, saying he simply lost receipts.
Democrats Divided On Message For 2018 ElectionParty leaders admit that their message and strategy are still a work in progress.
Lawmakers Hire Law Firm To Challenge Dayton's VetoRepublican House Speaker Kurt Daudt says Dayton's action was clearly unconstitutional and needs to be fought in court.
Drawn-Out Special Session Continues At CapitolThursday's agenda includes bills to fund health and human service programs, state government operations and a borrowing bill for public construction projects.
Democrats Hit Lack Of Internet PrivacyRep. Paul Thissen of Minneapolis says it's unconscionable that a measure that won almost unanimous support would be removed.
Gov. Dayton Vetoes 5 GOP Budget BillsThe two sides have made little headway in resolving their different visions for the state.