The temperature in Washington, D.C. for the president’s inauguration was a far more pleasant 41 degrees at the time of Obama’s swearing in.
A Twin Cities soldier and his wife are preparing for the President’s Inaugural Ball. Staff Sgt. Dan Westby is one of only two Minnesota soldiers invited to Washington D.C. for the event.
Staff Sgt. Dan Westby and his wife have been invited to the President’s Inaugural Ball, but tight finances have the once-in-a-lifetime trip in limbo.
One Minnesota band is getting ready to march its way to Washington D.C. for the presidential inauguration.
WCCO-TV’s Frank Vascellaro is going to Washington to talk one-on-one with President Obama Thursday.
A bipartisan group of governors says they sought assurances from President Barack Obama that any cuts in spending to address the looming “fiscal cliff” would not shift the financial burden onto states.
The Minnesota Lynx are finally making their anticipated trip to the White House.
The Minnesota Lynx will be honored at the White House by President Barack Obama next week for their 2011 WNBA title.
Lately, Rep. Michele Bachmann has been immersed in controversy over comments she made about the Muslim brotherhood “infiltrating” the top levels of government.
President Barack Obama signed the bipartisan Veteran Skills to Jobs Act – introduced partly by a U.S. Representative from Minnesota – into law Monday.
Republican Senate candidate Kurt Bills is off to Washington on a trip that includes a fundraiser held by Texas Rep. Ron Paul and his son, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul.
A physical education teacher from Farmington is on his way to Washington D.C. Tuesday, lobbying to make gym class a bigger priority in Minnesota schools. It’s part of National Speak Out Day, a day dedicated to supporting physical education.
President Barack Obama signed the St. Croix bridge project into law, the White House announced Wednesday.
If any political pundits were hoping to use the results of this year’s Minnesota hotdish contest as any sort of bellwether for the upcoming 2012 elections, they may be disappointed to hear the event ended in a tie.
Maybe you’ve received an email that a long lost relative has died, leaving you a fortune? Such scams are common. A secretary from Washington, D.C. had a similar experience, but it was no scam.