Best & Worst Super Bowl Commercials 2015From a little puppy's adventure to reunite with a friend .... to Kim Kardashian taking multiple selfies, here's a look at what we think were the best and worst of Super Bowl ads in 2015.
McFadden To File Complaint Against Franken For AdsRepublican U.S. Senate hopeful Mike McFadden is suggesting Sen. Al Franken may have broken election law by coordinating with a political action committee. At issue is a pair ads — one released by Franken and a pro-Franken spot from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Independence USA PAC — that appear to use some of the same video footage of the freshman Democrat.
Family Of Abused Boy Gets GOP To Change Attack AdThe Minnesota Republican Party scrambled Thursday to revise a television ad that accuses Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton of incompetence after the grandmother of a 4-year-old boy whose death was highlighted in the spot complained it was inappropriate.
Vikings-Packers Game Big Deal To Minn. Political Campaigns The Thursday night NFL game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers is so big it even affects political strategy.
As Minnesota State Races Go, Light Year For TV Ads Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican challenger Jeff Johnson are out with their first general-election campaign ads with about six weeks left in their race.
Johnson Says He Won't Go Negative On GOP Rivals Endorsed Republican gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson says he doesn't intend to wage a negative campaign against three fellow GOP hopefuls who are challenging him in an August primary.
Proposal Could Ban Junk Food, Soda Ads In SchoolsSchools across the country may soon see the end of ads for junk food and soda. At the White House Tuesday, First Lady Michelle Obama and the Agriculture Secretary rolled out a new proposal.
Super Bowl Ads Of 2014The best defense is a good offense, the old adage does. While that might not prove true for football, but it may do so for ads.
Minn. Senate DFL Hit With $100K Penalty Over Ads The campaign arm for Minnesota Democratic state senators agreed Tuesday to pay a $100,000 civil penalty to resolve an investigation over ads in the 2012 election, one of the largest fines levied in a state political case.
New Concept Helping Generate Money For HS Sports We all know high schools are in a constant fund-raiser mode and that creativity is more welcome than ever.
Good Question: Why Is The Postal Service Spending Money On Ads?Times are tough for the U.S. Postal Service.