Dayton Concerned About Mayo Clinic ReductionsGov. Mark Dayton is joining state and local officials expressing concern about Mayo Clinic's plan to cut services at its Albert Lea hospital.
Minnesotans Who Work In Wisconsin To Receive Tax CreditMinnesota is giving up efforts to reach a tax reciprocity agreement with Wisconsin.
AP Sources: Strategist Steve Bannon Leaving White HouseWhite House chief strategist Steve Bannon is leaving his White House post.
Trump Battles Back Against GOP Over CharlottesvilleIn a separate tweet, Trump accused "the Fake News" of distorting "what I say about hate, bigotry, etc. Shame!"
Can You Be Fired For Your Beliefs?We all know our speech is protected, but what about our employment? Can you be fired for your beliefs?
Trump's Die-Hard Supporters Show No Sign Of StrayingThough images of Nazi flags and men in white hoods sickened many Americans, the president's most ardent champions saw no reason any of that should change their feelings for Trump.
Many U.S. Allies Trust Putin Over Trump, Survey FindsThe disparity in favor of Putin was most dramatic in Greece and Germany, where he outscored Trump by 31 percent and 14 percent, respectively.
Gov. Walker: White Supremacist Groups Should Be 'Denounced'"I think any of the white supremacists groups or other groups just need to be unilaterally dismissed and denounced."
3M CEO Resigns From Manufacturing Council, Trump Suspends ItThe CEO of Minnesota-based company 3M is the latest high-profile withdrawal from President Trump's manufacturing council.
4 Things To Know: Obama’s Historic Tweet, Elvis Anniversary & MoreFrom a memorial service planned for the victim in the Charlottesville incident to Barack Obama's historic tweet, here are the four things to know for Wednesday, Aug. 16.
Trump Again Blames 'Both Sides' For Va. ViolenceTrump is calling those protesters the "alt-left." He says there is "blame on both sides" after the deadly violence over the weekend.
US & Korean Leaders Signal Willingness To Try DiplomacyNorth Korea's military on Tuesday presented leader Kim Jong Un with plans to launch missiles into waters near Guam and "wring the windpipes of the Yankees," even as both Koreas and the United States signaled their willingness to avert a deepening crisis, with each suggesting a path toward negotiations.