Franken Replacement Won’t Be Named MondayA replacement for U.S. Senator Al Franken won’t be named on Monday, according to WCCO’s Pat Kessler.
Trump Draws Protest While Honoring Civil Rights HeroesPresident Donald Trump has honored figures of the civil rights movement, some famous, some not, at a ceremony that exposed stark divisions among Americans about his commitment to that legacy.
Wisconsin's Walker Signs Bill Lifting Moratorium On MiningGov. Scott Walker plans to sign a bill lifting Wisconsin's moratorium on gold and silver mining.
Most Alabama GOP Leaders Say They're Voting For Roy MooreMost Republican leaders in Alabama say they plan to vote for Roy Moore on Tuesday, despite sexual misconduct allegations against the former judge that have prompted others around the country to say he should never be allowed to join the U.S. Senate.
Who Will Dayton Appoint To Replace Franken?The Democrat and former comedian resigned from his post Thursday after a slew of sexual harassment allegations against him surfaced.
Trump Visits Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Amid ProtestsDemonstrators near the site held up signs that said "Make America Civil Again" and "Lock Him Up." Some shouted "No Trump, no hate, no KKK in the USA."
Longtime State Rep. Karen Clark Won't Seek Re-Election In 2018Rep. Karen Clark has represented part of south Minneapolis for 37 years.
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith Mulls '18 RunLt. Gov. Tina Smith, Gov. Mark Dayton's preferred appointee to fill Al Franken's Senate seat, is considering also running for the seat next year.
Trump: Wells Fargo Fines Will Remain, And Possibly IncreasePresident Trump tweeted Friday that fines and penalties against Wells Fargo would not be dropped, and may actually be "substantially increased."
Wisconsin Partisan Divide Deepens Over Scott Walker InvestigationThe deep partisan divide over a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall reignited this week
Dayton: Reports He's Chosen Franken's Replacement Are 'Speculative'A slew of different names have been thrown around, namely his female lieutenant governor and fellow democrat Tina Smith.
Pawlenty Says He May Run For Franken's SeatPawlenty says Franken's resignation has forced him and others to think about how to improve the state and nation.

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