North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has sent a letter to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee urging passage of three bills targeting human trafficking.
The Minnesota woman whose letter to President Barack Obama led to one-on-one time with him says she hopes the message about middle-class struggles isn’t lost on Washington decision-makers.
When President Obama visits Minnesota this week, he plans to spend a day in the shoes of a St. Paul woman. In a new video posted online from the White House, the president says he was struck by a letter from a woman named Rebekah. In the letter, she writes about what she thinks needs changing, and her struggle to get ahead.
Many Minnesota Twins fans are still talking about Saturday’s news, when the Twins organization announced they were trading former MVP Justin Morneau to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Gov. Mark Dayton is asking for a major federal disaster declaration for 18 Minnesota counties hit by flash flooding and severe storms in June.
The U.S. Secret Service says it intercepted a letter addressed to President Barack Obama that contained a “suspicious substance.” Now, the FBI says a preliminary test indicates there was poisonous ricin in the letter.
The parents of two missing Iowa cousins have prepared an open letter to whoever abducted the girls, asking for the children to be freed.
TV can be a superficial business.
A man identified as a person of interest in a Minnesota boy’s 1989 abduction says he sent a letter of complaint to 14 state officials and agencies.
The media grabbed a picture of Gov. Jan Brewer going after Obama. Watch this video and see for yourself if this is a hostile meeting or was the photo a captured moment in time taken out of context?
Two days before Gov. Mark Dayton says he wants to see final plans for a new Vikings stadium, two plans to build in Minneapolis are under fire.
Thousands of state workers have opened their mailboxes Saturday to find letters they didn’t want but knew were coming.
St. John’s Abbey and the survivors of sexual misconduct by current and former abbey members have reached an agreement about the distribution of a letter signed by two survivors and Abbot John Klassen.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has supporters in Minnesota.