Sen. Amy Klobuchar Ramping Up Campaign Ahead Of November DebateIt has been just over a week since Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar's widely praised performance in the last presidential debate, but the senator is still short of qualifying for the next one.
GOP Lawmaker Snatches Mic Out Of DFL Opponent's Hand During ForumA Republican lawmaker is apologizing after he took the microphone out of his Democratic opponent's hand during a legislative forum Monday in Rochester.
AP Fact Check: Trump, Clinton And Their Debate ClaimsA look at some of the claims in the second presidential debate.
Rubio, Cruz Prepare To Take On Trump Once More In Texas DebateWith Donald Trump's grasp on the Republican presidential nomination tightening, the billionaire businessman's rivals get one more chance to challenge the GOP front-runner on the debate stage before next week's slate of Super Tuesday contests.
Income Inequality Topic of 2016 Debate At Great America Think-OffThe Minnesota sponsor of the annual Great American Think-Off says income inequality is this year's debate topic. Entrants will debate whether income inequality threatens democracy. Arguments should be based on personal experience and observations.
Walker To Focus On Iowa Following Quiet DebateScott Walker is focusing his dimming presidential campaign on the first-to-vote Iowa caucuses, a downshift in strategy for a candidate once seen as an early front-runner.
4 Things To Know: Moments From GOP Debate, Ahmed's Clock & MoreFrom the highlights from the second GOP debate to a 14-year-old Texas teen's clock arrest, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Sept. 17.
In GOP Debate, Look For Jabs At Trump, Pitches To Women Eleven top-tier Republican presidential hopefuls face off in their second prime-time debate of the 2016 campaign Wednesday, in a clash between outsiders and establishment candidates under a cathedral of political conservatism.
4 Things To Know: 2nd GOP Debate, Downtown Mpls. Violence & MoreFrom the second major GOP debate tonight to authorities addressing downtown Minneapolis violence, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Sept. 16.
Gov. Walker Leaves For GOP Debate Without Answering QuestionsGov. Scott Walker left Thursday for the first Republican presidential debate without answering questions about whether he knew he was suspected in 2011 of committing felony misconduct in office.
Final Bid Coming In Minnesota's Education Funding DebateState lawmakers will soon draw the final line in Minnesota's education funding debate.
Lawmakers Debate Bill To Cut Minimum Wage For Tipped EmployeesThe Minnesota House is debating a bill that could cut the minimum wage for some tipped employees.
Minn. Lawmakers Debate Regulations For Police Body CamerasMinnesota lawmakers are struggling to regulate new technology allowing police to wear body cameras and record everyday contacts with the public. The use of body cams is growing rapidly on police forces across the country, including Minnesota. It's raising questions about when, and how, they can be used.
Dayton, Johnson Show Fire In Final Governor DebateDemocratic Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican nominee Jeff Johnson ended their series of debates Friday much like they began, with the incumbent hailing big-picture successes and his rival saying too many things went awry over the past four years.
Last Chance For Governor Candidates To Get Digs InDemocratic Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican rival Jeff Johnson are holding their final face-to-face debate before Minnesota voters decide the election. Friday's debate on Twin Cities Public Television's "Almanac" program is the fifth time they have met on stage.