Keystone XL Pipeline Opponents Seek To Block ConstructionOpponents of the Keystone XL oil pipeline are asking a judge to again block construction of the $8 billion project after President Donald Trump issued it a new permit. Attorneys for environmental groups made the request Wednesday in a lawsuit before U.S. District Judge Brian Morris in Montana. They say Trump's permit was illegal.
Trump Administration Not Adding Citizenship Question To CensusThe Trump administration is dropping its effort to include a question asking about citizenship status on the 2020 census, bringing an end to a contentious legal battle that reached the highest court in the land.
U Of M Professor Weighs In On Trump's North Korea VisitPresident Donald Trump made history this weekend as the first sitting U.S. president to enter North Korea.
Twin Cities Immigration Attorneys Field Questions As Nationwide Deportation Raid Deadline LoomsPresident Donald Trump has given lawmakers a two-week deadline to come up with an immigration plan, or he says he'll carryout his nationwide deportation raid.
President Trump Changes Deportation Plan On SaturdayPresident Donald Trump made a change to his deportation plan late this afternoon. It’s a situation that has some Minnesotans on edge. Sunday was set to be the busiest of days for immigration officers.
Trump Says He Stopped Iran Strike When Told 150 Would Likely DiePresident Trump said the U.S. military was "cocked and loaded" to retaliate against Iran on three different sites Thursday night, but called off the operation after learning 150 people would likely die from the strike.
Sarah Sanders Leaving White House At End Of Month, Trump SaysSanders has served in the White House since the beginning of Donald Trump's presidency, taking over for Sean Spicer when he left that role.
Trump Approves Disaster Declaration For MinnesotaPresident Donald Trump has approved a major disaster declaration for spring storms and flooding that caused nearly $40 million in damage to infrastructure across Minnesota.
Trump, House Committees Reach Deal To Delay SubpoenasPresident Donald Trump and the House Intelligence and Financial Services Committees reached a deal to delay congressional subpoenas requesting Trump's financial records from Deutsche Bank and Capital One, filing a legal motion Saturday.
Vice President Mike Pence Touts Trade Deal During Minnesota VisitVice President Mike Pence was in Minnesota Thursday afternoon to tout the administration's new North American trade agreement.
Rod Rosenstein Submits Long-Expected Resignation LetterRosenstein was expected to leave the Justice Department after the conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. His resignation is effective May 11.
POTUS Sues Top Dem To Block Subpoenas For His Business RecordsPresident Trump and the Trump Organization are suing House Oversight and Reform Chairman Elijah Cummings in an effort to stop subpoenas Cummings' committee has filed for financial information from the president's businesses. Mr. Trump filed the lawsuit Monday morning in D.C. District Court, after Cummings authorized subpoenas for Mazars USA LLP, the president's longtime account, along with a few Trump entities.
Talking Points: Rep. Dean Phillips On Impeaching President TrumpRep. Dean Phillips joined Esme Murphy on WCCO Sunday Morning to discuss the Mueller Report and calls for impeachment.
Reality Check: Are President Trump's Tax Day Claims True?President Donald Trump visited a Burnsville trucking company this week to talk about Minnesota's economy. He used a Tax Day economic roundtable to highlight what he calls America's "historic" recovery.
Klobuchar Releases Taxes, Urges Trump To Do SameDemocratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar is releasing her latest tax return as she calls on President Donald Trump to “quit hiding from the American people” and make his returns public.