NYT Editorial Board Endorses Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth WarrenThe New York Times has endorsed not one but two candidates for the Democratic nomination for president, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar from the party's moderate wing and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren from the progressive wing.
Talking Points: Sen. Tina Smith Weighs In On The Impeachment TrialWith the impeachment trial likely starting Tuesday, the schedule for Congress and the Democratic Presidential campaign will be upended.
Women, Men And Children Attended 2020 Northfield Women’s March Amid Cold TemperaturesThe frigid temperatures didn't stop a large group of women, men and children from marching Saturday morning in the 2020 Northfield Women's March. 
Minnesota Opens Early Voting In Presidential Primary Minnesota voters on Friday became some of the first in the country to cast ballots in the presidential primaries as early voting began for the state's Super Tuesday contest.
Republican Challenger For Ilhan Omar's 5th District Seat Is Also A Muslim RefugeeA new Republican challenger to Rep. Ilhan Omar is, like her, a woman, a Muslim and a refugee.
New Ordinance Could Ban Fur Sales In MinneapolisMinneapolis City Council members introduced an ordinance Friday which would prohibit the sale of new animal fur products in Minneapolis. The ban was proposed by Alondra Cano of Ward 9 and Cam Gordon of Ward 2. 
Minneapolis Unveils New Early Voting Center As Election ApproachesEarly voting is open until Super Tuesday which is March 3rd. That's just 46 days away.
Minnesota Native Ross Wilson Named To Lead U.S. Embassy In AfghanistanA Minnesota native is stepping away from his role with a local non-profit to lead the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan.
PolyMet Will Appeal Permit Ruling To Minnesota Supreme CourtPolyMet Mining Inc. said Thursday it will ask the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that canceled three permits needed for its proposed copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.
New Iowa Caucus Rules Could Spark Clashing Claims Of VictoryThe Iowa caucuses are never simple. Voters spend hours in high school gymnasiums or public libraries, starting their night by declaring support for their preferred presidential candidate. That's followed by a feverish round of lobbying in which supporters of eliminated candidates are pressed to make a new pick by the evening's end.
Reality Check: President Trump's Claims About Pre-Existing ConditionsWhat's odd about claims from the president that he saved pre-existing conditions for sick people? The available evidence shows exactly the opposite.