'Democracy Prevailed': Minn. Politicians Mark 1 Year Since U.S. Capitol AttackThursday marks one year since the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Iowa Father, Minnesota Son Plead Guilty In Jan. 6 Capitol RiotBoth Daryl Johnson, 51, of St. Ansgar, Iowa, and Daniel Johnson, 26, of Austin, Minnesota, had made social media posts noting their participation in the Capitol riot in the days following the attack.
Sen. Klobuchar Leads Hearing On Capitol Security Ahead Of Jan. 6 Attack Anniversary“Literally the people that invaded the Capitol at some points had better gear than the police officers,” Sen. Amy Klobuchar said.
'Every Minute Counts During Emergency,' Klobuchar Says As Congress OKs Bill Giving Capitol Police Power To Call TroopsA Senate investigation of the security failures, released in June, recounted how the Guard was delayed for hours on Jan. 6 as officials in multiple agencies took bureaucratic steps to release the troops.
Minneapolis Man, Brian Mock, Accused Of Assaulting Officer In Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol AttackA 42-year-old Minneapolis man has been taken into custody and charged with allegedly assaulting a federal officer during the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol. Another Minnesotan and his father also face charges in the Capitol attack.
MN Politicians Respond After U.S. Capitol Fatal Incident, Deceased Officer ID'd As William 'Billy' EvansMembers of U.S. Congress, including Minnesota’s Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Tom Emmer, are speaking out after an incident at the U.S. Capitol resulted in the death of two people, including a police officer.
2 Officers At U.S. Capitol Building Hit By Vehicle, 1 Killed; Suspect Also Dead (CBS News)Two officers were hit at the barricade at the Constitution Avenue access point to the Capitol, U.S. Capitol Police said Friday, shortly after they sent an alert to staffers warning of an "external security threat."
'Trump Violated His Oath Of Office': Minn. Politicians Speak Out Following 2nd Impeachment AcquittalBoth Minnesota Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith voted to convict Trump of incitement charges in the wake of the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol.
Minnesota National Guard Soldiers Deployed For Inauguration Return HomeAbout 800 were in the nation's capitol to provide extra security and assistance during the presidential inauguration.
Minnesota Veterans Explain What The Word 'Patriotism' Means To ThemRioters stormed the U.S. Capitol a week and a half ago, and many called themselves patriots. After that event, President Donald Trump said Americans must have a "renewed emphasis on the civic value of patriotism."
Chair Of St. Croix GOP Party Resigns After Posting Members Should 'Prepare For War'John Kraft had refused calls from the state Republican Party to remove the post. The county website was down on Friday.
Wisconsin Man, Kevin Loftus, Charged In Federal Court After Storming Of U.S. CapitolA Wisconsin man who posted on Facebook that he was among those wanted for illegally entering the U.S. Capitol during last week's riot was arrested in Eau Claire on Tuesday and charged with a pair of misdemeanors in federal court.
'Plans Are In Place': Gov. Tim Walz To Activate National Guard Ahead Of Biden's InaugurationGov. Tim Walz on Wednesday will sign a new executive order to activate the Minnesota National Guard, bolstering security in light of threats of violence and armed protests at the State Capitol building in the coming days.
Gov. Tim Walz To Visit Historical Minnesota Sites To Call For PeaceThe storming of the U.S. Capitol last week by President Donald Trump's supporters has raised concerns about the potential for more violence.
Congresswoman Mary Miller Apologizes For Quoting Hitler In Speech Outside Capitol, Accuses Others Of Twisting Her Words"While some are trying to intentionally twist my words to mean something antithetical to my beliefs, let me be clear: I'm passionately pro-Israel and I will always be a strong advocate and ally of the Jewish community," Miller said.