The Washington Press Club Foundation recognized Brodey for his extensive report on the Minnesota sugar industry.
We hoped to identify the most important districts in the race to control the Minnesota Legislature. In some cases, we did.
Romney and Trump got a similar number of votes in Minnesota, but from very different parts of the state.
With a gain of six seats in the Senate and four in the House, Tuesday was indisputably a good night for the Minnesota GOP.
With the election just days away, we take another look at the races that will decide control of the Minnesota Legislature.
Control of both houses of the Minnesota Legislature hangs in the balance. These are the races that will help decide it.
The Orlando shooting; an open letter to St. Paul business owners; three phrases to ban; and more.
Was the drafting error a good reason to veto the tax bill?; policy interventions can shrink racial disparities; why Minneapolis should keep 29th Ave. closed to cars; and more.
What’s going on in Austin; becoming a non-drinker in a drinking world; and wearing the wrong football jersey.
Use our interactive tool to explore races and candidates and view past election results.
The supplemental budget bill; need in the information age; how buying one thing can ruin your life; Minneapolis’ Peace House Community.
Clinton should settle on a single anti-Trump message; “local interference” laws interfere with local government; Americans with Disabilities Act at 25; and more.
Dayton’s #1 priority; a call for less judgment; a saunter around Minneapolis; and five things NOT to say to a pregnant lady.
Comparing human services proposals in the legislature; a Jane Jacobs for the Iron Range; South Dakota should lighten up; and more.
The Minnesota Family Investment Program; what Hillary could learn from Bernie; don’t use biblical logic to deny transgender dignity; and more.
As part of its deal for new maintenance and improvement funds from the city, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is considering equity as a factor in choosing which parks to fix first.
Making a case for Hillary Clinton; was Tim Pawlenty a health care policy all star?; in praise of housing diversity; and Owatonna’s Mineral Springs Park.
Special prosecutors for police shootings; a greener move than a plastic bag ban; the problem of traffic enforcement; and more.