What Ellison's DNC Chair Loss Means For The Democratic PartyThe Democratic Party is being led by a new face Saturday night -- and it doesn't belong to Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison, who lost his bid to lead the DNC.
Rep. Tim Walz Considering Gubernatorial RunWalz says representing southwestern Minnesota gives him critical experience to boost Democrats' standing outside in rural Minnesota.
Rep. Duffy Won't Challenge Sen. Baldwin In 2018He and his wife have eight children and Duffy says "family always comes first."
Survey: Franken Gets A Bit Of Support For 2020 BidPublic Policy Polling has released the results of its first survey of Democratic Party presidential candidates for the next election cycle.
Dems Looking To Rebuild In The MidwestWith the dust now settled from the election, Democrats are looking to rebuild the political "blue wall" of traditionally Democratic upper Midwest and Great Lakes states that Republican Donald Trump captured with an appeal to white, working-class voters.
Keith Ellison Outlines His DNC PlatformRep. Keith Ellison said that the Democratic Party needs to look beyond a 50-state strategy and examine all 3,143 counties.
Sanders Supports Rep. Ellison As Next DNC ChairBernie Sanders is leaving open the possibility of another presidential bid, saying in a Thursday interview that he wants to focus on helping the party rebuild its base after Donald Trump's victory.
Nolan Ready To Work With TrumpNolan says he's ready to work with GOP president-elect Donald Trump to create jobs for his northeastern Minnesota district and the rest of the country.
Statehouse Control May Rest In Greater MN RacesAll 134 members of the Minnesota House of Representatives are on the ballot next week on Election Day.
4 Things To Know: Democrats' Sit-In, UK's EU Vote & MoreFrom the democratic sit-in for gun control measures to the United Kingdom's European Union vote, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, June 23.
News Click: Dems Protest Moments of Silence
AP: Clinton Has Enough Delegates To Win Democratic NominationStriding into history, Hillary Clinton will become the first woman to top the presidential ticket of a major U.S. political party, capturing commitments Monday from the number of delegates needed to become the Democrats' presumptive nominee.