The city of Minneapolis wants to highlight stories of young people doing great things in the community.
The Brothers and Fathers Institute held a conference to raise awareness meant to focus on the positive role young people can have in making their schools and communities safer.
Minnesota-based PreferredOne had some of the lowest insurance rates in the country on the MNsure website, but abruptly dropped out in September. Now, it’s raising rates for some customers as much as 66 percent — a jarring “market correction.” Larry Jacobs studies the federal health care law for the Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota.
Democrats who control Minnesota’s Legislature are planning a major push in the upcoming session for a package of bills aimed at breaking down what they say are continued barriers to economic success for women.
Aurora, Newtown, Boston. All are sites of horrible mass killings. But only the Boston bombings have been labeled an act of terrorism. When is an act of violence a crime and when is it terrorism?
Michele Bachmann is calling her bid for re-election her toughest race yet. On Thursday, the congresswoman and her DFL challenger Jim Graves faced off in their second debate.
For a day at least, Minnesota’s Capitol shifts west to Minneapolis.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken visits the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis on Friday to visit medical research labs and speak at a conference.
The search is on for a new dean for the high-profile Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.
Outgoing U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar is talking to the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey Institute about a possible role.
A forum at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey Institute on Thursday will look at the state of judicial elections in Minnesota.
Minnesota Public Radio and the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey Institute say they’ll be taking a close look at how they conducted polls before the election.