Trump's Son-In-Law Making Visit To IraqAn official said that Kushner wanted to see the situation in Iraq for himself and show support for the Baghdad government.
Twin Cities Terror Suspect Changes Plea To GuiltyA Twin Cities man charged with leading a conspiracy to send several men to join ISIS changed his plea Thursday. Abdirizak Warsame, 20, is now pleading guilty to providing material support to the ISIS, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. He was originally arrested in December in Eagan.
Minnesota Expected To Exceed Refugee Numbers In 2016Minnesota is expected to get more refugees in 2016 than it has in any year in the past decade. The reported increase is a ripple effect of the migration wave sweeping the Middle East and Europe.
4 Things To Know: Post-Holiday Sales, Winter WallopThese are the four stories you need to know about for Monday, Dec. 28. They include the Twin Cities' likely first major wallop of snow this season, and post-Christmas sales you might consider taking advantage of.
10th Person Accused Of Plotting To Join ISIS Appears In CourtA tenth Twin Cities terror suspect accused of trying to join ISIS appeared in federal court Thursday. Investigators arrested 20-year-old Abdirizak Warsame in Eagan last night. He is the latest in a group of friends who prosecutors say tried to leave the country to join the Islamic State.
10th Minn. Man Charged With Helping Others Join ISIS Due In CourtA tenth Minnesota man charged with providing material to support terrorists in Syria and Iraq is set to appear in court Thursday morning.
10th Terror Suspect Arrested, Accused Of Helping Others Join ISISAccording to the criminal complaint, Abdirizak Mohamed Warsame was at one point the leader of a group of young, Somali-American from the Twin Cities who tried to flee the country in April to aid the terrorist organization in Iraq and Syria.
Reality Check: Syrian Refugees And MinnesotaMinnesota lawmakers are increasingly divided on how many -- if any -- Syrian refugees to accept in the state. That is after two terrorists in Paris reportedly had fake Syrian passports, and Minnesota Democrats broke with President Obama to support a bill ramping up security checks.
Good Question: What Does ISIS Want?In a video released Monday, a group claiming to be ISIS warned the U.S. would suffer the same fate as France. They said they will strike Washington D.C.
Wounded Warrior Channels Energy To Help Fellow SoldiersSgt. Scott Adams, from St. Bonifacius, has served six different tours of duty in the U.S. Army. His final mission left him with burns, PTSD, a broken back and blood clots. He is now joining forces with a Minnesota group and hopes others will do the same.
From Fighting In Iraq To Fighting Cancer, Soldier Faces New Enemy At HomeSoldiers risk their lives serving our country overseas. Now, one Minnesota soldier is taking on a new enemy here at home.
Talking Points: Troop Deployments, Cold War TensionsAre we headed back to the days of the Cold War? Just days after the White House announced 450 additional U.S. troops would be sent to Iraq, the Pentagon said it wants to deploy heavy weaponry and as many as 5,000 troops in Eastern Europe.