News Click: The President and the Media
4 Things To Know: White House To Address Alleged Russian Hacking, NE Storm & MoreFrom the latest in the alleged Russian hack of the U.S. election to a massive winter storm heading for New England, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Dec. 29.
News Click: Visiting The White House
Guide To Washington, D.C.'s National MonumentsA trip to Washington, DC offers plenty of things to see, including monuments and memorials dedicated to those who have made significant contributions to our country.
Minnesota Lynx Meet With Obama At White House (Again)President Barack Obama says this year's WNBA champions set an "outstanding example" for young women everywhere.
These Elementary Students Were Invited To Dance At The White HouseNext month, a new tradition at the White House will include some elementary school students from Minnesota.
Joke Wis. Candidate Promises To Build Wall Along Illinois BorderMove over, Donald Trump. There's a new candidate for president making provocative statements about border security, national defense and air quality.
Finding Minnesota: The Minnesota Marine Art MuseumMinnesotans often think they need to travel to major cities to see famous artwork. But in reality, you do not have to travel far to see original works by the likes of Van Gogh and Picasso.
WNBA Champion Lynx To Have Breakfast With Governor, ParadeMinnesota Lynx fans can honor the 2015 WNBA champions Friday morning in downtown Minneapolis. A parade for the Lynx starts at 11:30 a.m. on 12th Street and Hennepin Avenue, and ends at Target Center for a celebration shortly after noon.
Ventura Considering Run For President On The Libertarian TicketHe shocked the world once when he was elected governor of Minnesota in 1998. And on Wednesday, Gov. Jesse Ventura said he just might be ready to do it again.
GOP Candidates Scramble To Win Over Scott Walker Supporters Even before Scott Walker dropped out of the race for president, his Republican rivals for the White House were chasing after the remnants of his once high-flying campaign.
Government Says Students Can Apply Earlier For College AidAspiring college students will be able to apply for federal financial aid three months earlier than now and submit a previous year's tax return, changes aimed at helping more people pay for school, the White House said Sunday.