Norm Coleman OK After Being Thrown From Boat In Fishing IncidentHe’s fighting cancer, but former U.S. Senator Norm Coleman says he dodged a different danger this weekend.
Norm Coleman Advocates For HPV Vaccine Amid Cancer BattleFormer Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman said his cancer is caused by the HPV virus and is encouraging people to look into the vaccine that can help prevent it.
'I'm Not Going To Sleep At Night In Fear': Norm Coleman Discusses Cancer BattleFormer Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman has cancer again. This time, it's in its most advanced stage, but he is remarkably upbeat describing it. But he's fighting it head-on. For 35 years, Coleman was committed to public service. Now, the former lawmaker sees his condition as a new way to contribute.
‘It Has Reasserted Itself’: Norm Coleman Battling Cancer AgainFormer U.S. Senator Norm Coleman says he is again battling cancer.
Close Elections: When Recounts Are TriggeredDifferent categories of races have unique sets of standards for when a recount is automatically triggered and publicly funded.
Former Sen. Norm Coleman Endorses Karin Housley For Franken’s SeatFormer U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman has endorsed Republican state Sen. Karin Housely in the race for Al Franken’s former U.S. Senate seat.
As It Ends, Franken's Political Career Began In ControversyEven before Franken won DFL endorsement to challenge incumbent Sen. Norm Coleman, he was defending past comments regarding sexual insensitivity.
Former Senator Norm Coleman Tweets He's Cancer-FreeFormer U.S. Senator Norm Coleman spoke at length with WCCO back in February about is battle with throat cancer and the progress he had made in a clinical trial at the Mayo Clinic.
Former Senator Norm Coleman Discusses Battle With CancerFormer U.S. Senator Norm Coleman is speaking out about his battle with throat cancer and the remarkable progress he is making as part of a clinical trial at the Mayo Clinic.
Former Sen. Norm Coleman Reveals He Has CancerFormer Sen. Norm Coleman revealed to his followers on Facebook that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer. He said that he has been meeting with oncologists and doctors in the Twin Cities as well as at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
Chamber Backs McFadden As Groups Tune Into RaceThe U.S. Chamber of Commerce promises "aggressive" spending to back Republican Senate candidate Mike McFadden's bid to unseat Sen. Al Franken.