Ceasefire in the Mideast, presidential tax returns and that Capitol “tour.”
The Biden administration has called for spending $200 billion to increase the U.S. housing supply.
This is the first time the Court has agreed to hear an abortion case since the appointment of Amy Coney Barrett, an opponent of abortion rights.
From the deaths to the isolation to the disruption of routine, the pandemic took a toll on the mental health of many.
Minnesota Republicans celebrate Cheney’s removal, revisionist history of the Jan. 6 insurrection and saying goodbye to a Minnesota newspaper legend.
Protesters demonstrated in Minneapolis in support of Palestinians on Tuesday, as several Jewish organizations expressed solidarity with Israel.
The 4 percent drop in births in 2020 was the biggest decrease in the U.S. birth rate in more than a century.
Omar’s a frequent target for conservative attacks, but she actually earns a higher conservative rating from ACU than McCollum, who earned a perfect 0%.
Trump starts blogging, a guilty Minnesota Boogaloo Boi, and calls for even more child care support.
The Reconnecting Communities Act would establish grants to address the “legacy of highway construction built through communities… that divided neighborhoods and erected barriers to mobility and opportunity.”
Biden had promised executive action on police accountability in the first 100 days of his presidency, but recently changed course to back legislation already making its way through Congress.
Today in the memo: Biden addresses Congress; New York wants what we have; and the feds had a plan for Chauvin all along.
Though more detailed data will be coming later this year, Monday’s population counts can tell states a lot about their political futures.
After closing arguments in the case, defense attorney Eric J. Nelson said Waters’s comments were “threats against the sanctity of the jury process.”
This week in the memo: The feds probe Minneapolis police, Biden calls for a huge cut in greenhouse gas emissions and saying goodbye to a Minnesota political icon.
On Tuesday afternoon, jurors found Derek Chauvin guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd.
As Minnesota and the nation grapples with the killing of Daunte Wright and the trial of Derek Chauvin, Congress has several actions at different stages that seek to improve racial equity in the U.S.
New information from the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Biden on the killing of Daunte Wright and some nice sights from the District.
It may make victims more willing to press charges, but there are still plenty of questions of interpretation that will get debated in courts.
The plan calls for legislation addressing everything from child care funding to paid leave policies in an attempt to address longstanding problems facing mothers in the workforce, which have been made worse by the pandemic.