Minn. AG Accuses North Mpls. Landlord Of 'Eviction For Profit' SchemeThe Minnesota Attorney General is going after a well-known Minneapolis landlord for an alleged eviction for profit scheme.
Minnesota AG To Review Case Of Lois Riess, Accused In 2 DeathsThe Minnesota Attorney General's office will review the case of a woman accused of killing her husband in southern Minnesota, then fleeing to Florida and killing a woman there.
Talking Points: Minnesota AG Race Continues Gaining AttentionIn Tonight’s Talking Points, Esme Murphy looks at the Minnesota AG race and why it continues to be the unexpected focus of so much attention.
Ellison Says He’s Not Dropping Out Of AG RaceWith words of encouragement, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison's supporters took to the streets to begin his general election campaign for Minnesota attorney general.
Minnesota Company Accused Of Running Sales Scheme On AmazonA Minnesota company has been charged with running an illegal sales scheme on Amazon.
Attorney General: CenturyLink Must Disclose Fees Under OrderLori Swanson says the order was filed Monday in her ongoing lawsuit against CenturyLink.
Minnesota Sues Online Lenders For Targeting Vulnerable PensionersStruggling veterans and seniors who took out small loans with two pension advance companies are taking those lenders to court.
Minn. Attorney General Demands EpiPen Maker Turn Over Sales DataMinnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson has joined the growing line of elected officials looking into huge price hikes for the EpiPen injector used by people with life-threatening allergies.
Minnesota AG Sues Magazine Sales Company Over Alleged DeceptionMinnesota's attorney general is suing a magazine sales company alleging deceptive sales tactics. Lori Swanson filed a lawsuit Thursday that accuses Your Magazine Service Inc. and owner Wayne Dahl Jr. of charging people hundreds of dollars for magazine packages after tricking them into providing billing information.
Minn. AG Sues Missouri Auto Company Accused Of Misleading ConsumersMinnesota's attorney general is suing a Missouri company, accusing it of misleading consumers into unnecessarily buying coverage for auto repairs.
Minnesota Sex Offenders' Lawyers Pressure State For SolutionLawyers representing Minnesota sex offenders in a confinement program deemed unconstitutional are urging a federal judge to keep the pressure on the state to make changes.
Good Question: What Should You Know About A Charity Before Donating?The Attorney General's Office says Car Donation Foundation misleads donors about where their cars are going. So, what should you know about a nonprofit before you give? Good Question.
Minn. Attorney General Goes After Car Donation FoundationThe nation's largest nonprofit for car donations is accused of misleading the public about millions of dollars worth of donations. The Car Donation Foundation is accused of paying $36 million to two corporations owned by the executives who managed the charity between 2011 and 2014.
Klobuchar Adds Personal Touch To Political Profile In MemoirU.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar is burnishing her political profile with personal touches in a new memoir. The book is called "The Senator Next Door" and is set to go on sale Aug. 25. The two-term Minnesota senator tells stories of childhood trips from her home in Plymouth all the way to the Hennepin County Attorney's office and Washington.
Savers Agrees To Changes After Attorney General LawsuitThe Savers thrift store chain has agreed to improve transparency and compensate charities for non-clothing donations as part of a settlement with Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson. Swanson sued Savers last month, alleging it was misleading people who donate clothing and household items about how much their donations benefit charities.