Trump Welcomes NDSU Football Team With Fast Food SpreadThe Bison have won seven national titles in eight years, which is a record. Their latest title came this past January.
5 Minnesota Freshmen Representatives Sworn In At Nation's CapitolThe Democrats are taking majority control of the U.S. House of Representatives Thursday.
Students Talk Gun Control After 'March For Our Lives' RallyThe march may be over, but the student organizers behind the "March for our Lives" took to morning political shows on Sunday.
Minn. Students Join Chorus Calling For Gun Control In D.C.Amidst a crowd estimated to reach 500,000 people, at least 100 of them were Minnesota high schoolers in D.C. for the March For Our Lives Rally.
Minn. Students Prepare For 'March For Our Lives' In D.C.As many as a half million students from across the country are arriving in Washington for Saturday's March For Our Lives Rally.
Vikings Surprise 5 Minnesota Veterans With D.C. TripEach one of the veterans was nominated to receive this special trip through the team's website.
Trump Supporters, Juggalos Hold Rallies In Washington D.C.Organizers had dubbed it the Mother of All Rallies and hoped to bring out thousands to pack the National Mall on Saturday in support of President Donald Trump. In the end, hundreds of flag-waving demonstrators did their best to make some noise in support of the president, who had skipped town for the weekend.
Judge Suspends License Of Cab Driver Accused Of Harassing Rep. OmarAn administrative law judge has temporarily suspended the license of a Washington, D.C. cab driver accused of harassing a Muslim legislator from Minnesota.
Hmong Soldiers Of America’s 'Secret War' Heading To D.C.The CIA's "secret war" relied heavily on Hmong soldiers to fight with U.S. Special Forces and to help rescue downed U.S. pilots.
Lawmakers Agree On $1 Trillion Plan, Avoid Federal Government ShutdownThe House and Senate have until Friday at midnight to pass the measure to avert a government shutdown.
All These Protests Could Cost Washington MillionsThe major protests in Washington that have greeted President Donald Trump's first year in office are set to return in force, continuing an already expensive year for city officials who work to keep people safe during mass gatherings.