4 Things To Know For July 21, 2016These are the four things you need to know about for Thursday, July 21. They include an excuse to indulge in your worst gastronomic impulses, and travel problems plaguing customers of a major airline.
Republicans Release Details On $800M In Construction ProjectsMinnesota Republicans are releasing details of their proposal for spending on public construction projects.
Lawmaker Breaks GOP Silence On Trump At Wis. GOP ConventionU.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner is the first Republican office holder at the state party convention to mention Donald Trump by name.
Super Saturday Results: Democrats, Republicans Split StatesTed Cruz cinched victories in Kansas and Maine, and Donald Trump captured Louisiana in Saturday's four-state round of Republican voting. Bernie Sanders notched wins in Nebraska and Kansas, while Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton snagged Louisiana.
Turnout At MN GOP Caucus May Break 2008 RecordMinnesota's Republican party chair Keith Downey says turnout for the 2016 party caucus may reach 100,000, breaking the 2008 record.
Talking Points: Who Can Stop Donald Trump?Trump, whose candidacy many Republican leaders once considered a joke, is poised, if he does as well as some polls predict on Super Tuesday, to all but lock up the nomination.
Rubio, Cruz Prepare To Take On Trump Once More In Texas DebateWith Donald Trump's grasp on the Republican presidential nomination tightening, the billionaire businessman's rivals get one more chance to challenge the GOP front-runner on the debate stage before next week's slate of Super Tuesday contests.
Rubio Brings Campaign To Minneapolis; DFL Leaders Gather For Clinton EventOne week before the Minnesota caucus, Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio is visiting Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon. The senator from Florida spoke to about 1,600 people at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis before heading to Michigan.
Donald Trump Wins South Carolina PrimaryDonald Trump tightened his grip on the mantle of Republican presidential front-runner on Saturday as South Carolina voters seething about Washington and career politicians propelled the billionaire businessman to a comfortable primary win.
Obama Seeks SCOTUS Candidate With GOP Support, Biden SaysPresident Barack Obama is looking to nominate a Supreme Court candidate who has enjoyed past Republican support, Vice President Joe Biden said, offering some of the first indications of the president's criteria in replacing the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
Good Question: Who Are The Delegates?During an election year you hear the word "delegates" used a lot. They play a major role in deciding who America's next president will be. But who exactly are they? Good Question.
Some Republicans In Iowa Support Medical Pot BillSome Republican House lawmakers are supporting legislation that would create a system for manufacturing, distributing and possessing some forms of medical marijuana in Iowa, though it's unclear what type of support the bill will get from party leaders.