How A Federal Government Shutdown Will Affect MinnesotaIt's beginning to look like a federal government shutdown is more and more likely, and it could have dramatic effects in Minnesota.
North Dakota Extends Duhamel's Tourism Pitchman RoleJosh Duhamel will be paid $365,000 to be the face of the state's tourism campaign for the next two years.
Minn. GOP Chairwoman: I Want 10% Commission On GOP DonationsJennifer Carnahan seeks party approval to take a commission on large contributions, according to a memo obtained by the Associated Press.
Dems Flip Traditionally Conservative Wisconsin DistrictA Democrat has been elected to represent a traditionally conservative Wisconsin Senate district where voters overwhelmingly supported President Donald Trump in 2016, in an upset that Democrats suggest could lead to more Republican losses in the state.
Fmr. Minneapolis Mayor Hodges Heading To HarvardBetsy Hodges will be among Harvard University's 2018 resident fellows.
Pawlenty Says He Won't Run For Franken's Senate SeatIn an interview Tuesday with FOX Business, the Republican shut the door on the possibility that he’d lend his considerable name recognition to the race against Democratic Sen. Tina Smith in November.
Gov. Dayton Eyes $1.5 Billion In Construction ProjectsGov. Mark Dayton has readied his wish list for public works projects across Minnesota.
Trump Dedicates Weekly Address To MLKTrump says in the address that King's dream of a colorblind society offers dignity and hope to every American, regardless of color or creed.
GOP'er Karin Housley Announces Run For SenateHousley is running for the seat that was just filled by former Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith.
'I'm Not A Racist': Trump Defends Himself After Disparaging Comments"No, No. I'm not a racist. I am the least racist person you have ever interviewed. That I can tell you."
St. Paul Leaders Launch Political Agenda Ahead Of MLK DayPeople gathered Sunday to say they are "claiming their voices" in the political arena this year.
Chelsea Manning Confirms She's Running For SenateThree days after making her intention known to federal election officials, Manning tweeted "yup, we're running for senate" with an attached campaign video indicating her intention to run in the 2018 Maryland Democratic primary. She sent a subsequent tweet seeking donations to her campaign.

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