Did Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson 'Allow' Impeachment Hearings?An ad from the conservative American Action Network links Minnesota Congressman Collin Peterson to the most liberal Democrats pushing impeachment.
Woman Withdraws 'Make Christmas Great Again' Tree From Iowa Holiday CompetitionOrganizers at the Festival of Trees wouldn't allow the tree, named "Make Christmas Great Again," saying they do not want political statements included in the festival.
Joe Peschek's Hamline Politics Class Gets Real-Time History Lesson On ImpeachmentThere have been times throughout Joe Peschek's 32-year career at Hamline where class studies have run parallel with current events.
In April, Ilhan Omar Called Stephen Miller A 'White Nationalist,' Now Says 'We Have The Emails To Prove It'Omar retweeted her original tweet, in light of the Southern Poverty Law Center's recently-released report accusing Miller of having an "affinity for white nationalism revealed in leaked emails."
This Is How The Impeachment Process WorksThe United States House begins historic public impeachment hearings Tuesday, setting in motion President Donald Trump's possible removal from office.
Do The 'Do Nothing Democrats' Live Up To Their President Trump-Given Nickname?House Democrats will soon hold their first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry. They accuse President Donald Trump of pressuring Ukraine for his own political gain. The president calls them "Do-Nothing Democrats,” but is that true?
Trade War's Tariffs Costing Minnesota-Owned Manufacturers Profits, BusinessAccording to the advocacy group, Tariffs Hurt the Heartland, Minnesota businesses have paid an extra $704 million in import taxes on products subject to the Trump Administration tariffs. That includes $72 million just in September.
'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.
Minnesota Politicians Respond To Impeachment Resolution ApprovalFrom statements decrying the “secretive” process to others saying “no elected official is above the law”, Minnesota politicians are responding to the approval of the impeachment resolution in the U.S. House.
Minnesota's Collin Peterson 1 Of 2 Democrats To Vote No On Impeachment ResolutionRep. Collin Peterson, who represents Minnesota 7th District, was one of two Democrats to vote no in Thursday’s impeachment resolution vote.
Trump Will Be The Only Republican On Presidential Primary Ballot In MinnesotaThe Republican Party of Minnesota has informed the state Secretary of State that Trump will be the only name listed on the 2020 Republican primary ballot.