Law Professor Says Republicans Can Make Case Rep. John Thompson 'Brought Disrepute' To House Rep. John Thompson's lawyer says he won't resign amidst old allegations of domestic abuse. But representatives of both parties, including the governor and House speaker, want him gone and have asked him to resign.
Local Law Prof. David Schultz Talks Trump Impeachment TrialFormer President Donald Trump's impending impeachment trial has a lot of people asking questions.
The Impact President Trump's 2nd Impeachment May Have On His FutureTo some, it might appear as though impeachment isn't necessary given that President Trump won't be in office later next week. But it could impact his future aspirations to hold office again.
Talking Points: The Push To Challenge The Electoral CollegeOn Jan. 6, Congress will meet to certify the Electoral College results. Normally, this is just a formality, but at least 11 Republican senators and senators-elect are saying they will object to the results that will make Joe Biden the next president of the United States.
Bernie Sanders Has Emerged As The Frontrunner Ahead Of Super TuesdaySenator Amy Klobuchar is running fifth in South Carolina Polls. She's also fifth in a number of Super Tuesday polls.
Amy Klobuchar Experiences Burst In Momentum And Campaign Donations After Strong Debate PerformanceA new Emerson College Poll shows The Minnesota Democrat in third place, behind fellow Senator Bernie Sanders and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
'I'm Part Of History': St. Paul High School Students Take Mock Impeachment VoteStudents at a St. Paul high school reached their own verdict on impeachment Tuesday.
Talking Points: Law Professor David Schultz Discusses Impeachment Process And What Lies AheadThe threat of impeachment may be looming over the President but he has reason to feel optimistic about the final outcome because not a single Republican member of Congress has broken from him.
'Republican Base Is Still Strongly With Donald Trump,' Professor Says Of Impeachment Inquiry VoteWitnesses offering evidence for and against Trump will testify publicly, not behind closed doors, according to Professor David Schultz of Hamline University.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Tweets About Apparent Death Threat Targeting Her At The State Fair"We have a very capable person with a very big 'Gun,'" the note reads. "You will not be going back to Washington, your life will end before your 'Vacation' ends."
What Are The Rules For The State Of The Union Address?The only time the State of the Union address was delayed was due to a great national tragedy.
How Does President Trump's Cabinet Turnover Compare To Others?The average tenure of a Cabinet member is two to three years. Mid-terms are often a time that Cabinet members decide to step aside.
The Problem With Polls In MinnesotaFor instance, polls showed Tim Pawlenty with a commanding 19-point lead over Jeff Johnson.
Reality Check: Who's Paying For The GOP Lawsuit Against Gov. Dayton?The Minnesota Legislature has a date in court next week against Gov. Mark Dayton.
Millions Pouring Into The Tight Race For The 8th DistrictThe race for Minnesota's 8th Congressional District is turning out to be one of the most expensive in the country.