Supreme Court nomination; big trade changes; Pruitt’s problems; and more.
As the backlash against Trump’s actions on immigration reaches new territory, so too has the mainstream political discourse on the idea of abolishing ICE.
Trump scores SCOTUS wins; Justice Kennedy retires; “compromise” immigration bill fails in the House; and more.
State and national Republicans are giddy about their chances to flip this longtime Democratic stronghold.
Anderson Kelliher was Speaker of the Minnesota House for four years but dropped off the political map after falling short in her 2010 bid for governor.
One delegate to the hastily arranged convention described it as “fake” and meaningless.
Smith’s attempting to walk a fine line on mining in northern Minnesota. Her critics aren’t having it.
The pool of voters for the CD5 primary constitutes the blue heart of Minnesota’s progressive base.
Candidate scramble in Minnesota; august body cancels August recess; Trump reopens old wounds from 1814; and more.
At the heart of Ellison’s decision: Where he can best counter the Trump administration.
Ellison’s interest in the attorney general job has been public record for some time.
Advocates for third-party ticket booking sites are worried that vague legislative language could put them in an impossible position.
Paulsen is backing a move that would force a vote in the House on immigration policy, over the objections of Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican leadership.
North Korea talks fizzle; Congress softens on Wall Street; GOP revolt on immigration reform; and more.
In a 2016 op-ed, Coleman called Trump a bigot, a misogynist, a fraud, a bully, and a con artist, in that order.
Conditions seemed favorable for advocates of reform of the U.S.’s sugar subsidy program, but in the end, support for change failed to crystallize.
Republicans divided over immigration policy; Farm Bill goes sour; Haspel confirmation looks likely; Israel embassy move; and more.