Iowa Caucuses: Kickoff, And Unreliable Predictor, Of Presidential RaceThe Iowa caucuses, considered the official kickoff for the 2020 presidential election, are February 3, But despite all the attention it gets, Iowa is not a predictor of who will win the White House.
The Impeachment Scorecard For Minnesota's Congressional MembersThe impeachment trial unfolding in Washington, D.C. is dividing members of the United States Congress in Minnesota.
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.
4 Political Parties Will Know Which Party You Voted For In The Upcoming Minnesota PrimaryWhen you vote on Super Tuesday, your secret ballot won't be as secret as it used to be.
Breaking Down The Net Worth Of Each 2020 Presidential CandidateKamala Harris had a promising start when she announced her candidacy in January before 20,000 supporters, but she couldn't overcome her biggest obstacle: Billionaires.
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.
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?
The Startling Scale Of Dysfunction At Minnesota’s Department Of Human ServicesMinnesota's Department of Human Services admits it make a mistake when it overpaid Native American tribes by $29 million for opioid treatment programs over the last several years -- but state lawmakers say that's just one part of a disturbing pattern at the troubled agency.
Would 'Medicare For All' Force 149M Americans Off Their Private Insurance?Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is getting traction in her presidential campaign after an aggressive performance in this month's candidate debate, where she claimed a "Medicare For All" health plan will force hundreds of millions of Americans off their private insurance. But is it true?
DHS: About 35K Minnesotans To Lose Food Stamps Under New Trump Administration RulesThousands of Minnesotans could be kicked off food stamps under new Trump administration rules.