'What Matters Is A Strong Ticket': Sen. Klobuchar Discusses Decision To Withdraw VP CandidacyOn Friday, CBS News's Ed O'Keefe interviewed Klobuchar about her decision, and the two also talked a number of other topics, including that her father Jim Klobuchar has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar Withdraws From Vice Presidential Consideration, Urges Biden To Pick Woman Of ColorMinnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar announced Thursday night that she is taking herself out of the running for vice president, calling instead for a woman of color to be on the ticket.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar Not Ruled Out As Biden's VP Pick Yet, But Dems Think Her Chances Have FadedKlobuchar was a prosecutor years ago in Hennepin County. During that period, more than two dozen people — mostly minorities — died during encounters with police.
'Even Though There Is Anger, We Must Stand Together': Minnesota Leaders Call For Peace And SafetyMinnesota officials Betty McCollum and Amy Klobuchar call for peace after a second night of protests against George Floyd killing turn violent.
Joe Biden To Give Keynote At Minnesota Democrats' Online ConventionDemocratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will be the keynote speaker when Minnesota Democrats hold a virtual state convention under the theme "Minnesota Together" this weekend.
'It's Really Been Therapeutic': Fort Snelling Observes Memorial Day With Private Ceremony, Online TributeIn-person Memorial Day ceremonies -- like all ceremonies at national cemeteries -- have been canceled, but they have been substituted with beautiful online tributes, including one made especially for Fort Snelling.
CBS News: Joe Biden Asks Sen. Amy Klobuchar To Be Vetted For VP ConsiderationSen. Amy Klobuchar has been officially asked by Joe Biden to undergo vetting to be considered for his vice president, sources tell CBS News.
Klobuchar: If Trump Votes By Mail, Then All Americans Should Be Able ToIn an op-ed in The New York Times on Wednesday, the Minnesota senator pointed out that the president requested an absentee ballot in his adopted state of Florida so he could vote by mail.
Coronavirus Update: Klobuchar Among Senators Calling For More Funding For Elections, Expanded Vote By MailSen. Amy Klobuchar was one of three senators to pen an op-ed calling for more federal funding for states ahead of the November election, as many are looking to expand voting options in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Klobuchar, Smith Announce $306 Million For Public Transit Infrastructure Funding In MinnesotaU.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith announced Saturday that the Department of Transportation (DOT) has awarded Minnesota over $306 million for public transit infrastructure funding in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: President Trump Approves Minnesota Disaster DeclarationMajor disasters have been declared in more than 40 other states.
'He Was Coughing Up Blood': Sen. Amy Klobuchar On Husband's Recovery From COVID-19"At the beginning I kind of believed him, like, 'Ahh no problem, it's a cold.' I'm sure that's what he thought. You know how guys can be, and that's how he was," she said.
Pelican Rapids Priest Stuck In The Philippines Sees Life Transformed By CoronavirusHe's now told to stay in his hotel room in Manila. Stores and restaurants are all closed and closely watched over by armed guards. Elevators taped off where just two people are allowed on at a time.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Sen. Klobuchar Says Husband John Bessler Recovering At Home"Thanks to those who cared for him and for all front line health care workers," Klobuchar said.
‘I Hope He Will Be Home Soon’: Sen. Klobuchar Announces Husband John Bessler Has COVID-19Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar says her husband John Bessler contracted coronavirus (COVID-19).