President Obama Calls Prince's Death A 'Remarkable Loss'The passing of pop superstar Prince has resulted in reaction from people everywhere, from local musicians to international celebrities. And on Friday, President Barack Obama called Prince's death a "remarkable loss."
4 Things To Know: Millennials & Valentine's Day, 2017 Budget & MoreFrom the 2017 federal budget sent to Capitol Hill to Millennials spending more-than-average amounts of money on Valentine's Day, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Feb. 10.
4 Things To Know: POTUS To Meet Calif. Victims, BLM Plans MOA Protest & MoreFrom President Obama meeting the San Bernardino victims to another protest planned for the Mall of America next week, here are the four stories to know for Friday, Dec. 18.
4 Things To Know: Minn. Session, Dylan On Letterman & MoreFrom the latest on the Minnesota Session 2015 to POTUS joining Twitter, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, May 19.
4 Things To Know: Wild's Loss, Fishing Opener & MoreFrom the end of the road for the Minnesota Wild to the fishing opener this weekend, here are the four things to know for Friday, May 8.
4 Things To Know: MN Connection To TX Attack, POTUS On Letterman & MoreFrom a former Minnesota man's involvement in a Texas attack to President Obama visiting Letterman, here are the stories to know for Tuesday, May 5.
After Flooding, Klobuchar Confident MN Will Qualify For Federal Help Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar will head to Washington, D.C. on Monday to ask the President for help for Minnesotans who have been affected by the floods. Klobuchar was in Mankato on Sunday to tour the flood damage there.
Obama Orders Minnesota To Cut Emissions 41 Percent Minnesota is being asked to cut carbon emissions by roughly 41 percent over the next 15 years as part of a nationwide plan to reduce pollution from power plants. President Barack Obama announced his plan Monday. The goal is to reduce carbon emissions nationwide 30 percent by 2030 — when compared with 2005 levels.
Reality Check: Gov's Decision To Continue MNsure EnrollmentMinnesota has rejected President Obama's offer to delay some canceled insurance policies for a year under the new health law. The President was trying to make good on a promise that "if you like your policy, you can keep it." Now, millions are finding themselves in limbo, including here in Minnesota.
Talking Points: The Syria DecisionPresident Obama is scheduled to address the nation from the Oval Office Tuesday night in an effort to get the American people to rally behind a military strike against Syria
Good Question: Do Voters Expect The President To Be Funny?We expect to see a sitting President do news conferences, and interviews with “60 Minutes,” but slow jamming the news on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon? That’s what President Barack Obama did the other night.