Shutdown continues; no one wants to run Defense Department; no longer too early to look at 2020 presidential field; and more.
Washington is closing out 2018 in the most 2018 way possible: cramming as much news as possible into a short period of time.
The impending government shutdown; Mueller investigation; Congress passes Farm Bill; and more.
The Bush funeral; Mueller investigation; the trade truce; and more.
Trump’s legal troubles; Klobuchar’s presidential star rises; Gillibrand’s presidential star sinks; the return of Al Franken; and more.
Democratic wave looks wavier; Trump’s cocoon of bitterness; Jason Lewis’ John McCain op-ed; and more.
Sessions fired; midterms analysis; Congress’ prospects; and more.
Campaign spending; Minnesota House campaigns; Trump campaigns; some non-campaign stuff.
Republicans confident in CD8; Trump endorses Paulsen; Feehan has narrow lead over Hagedorn in CD1 poll; Radinovich cuts emotional ad; and more.
Campaign cash; Eighth District polling; Housley’s Facebook posts; and more.
Kavanaugh joins the court; Nikki Haley to resign as U.N. Ambassador; Trump moves to boost ethanol use; and more.
FBI’s Kavanaugh report; Ellison investigation; Senate passes opioid legislation; and more.
Kavanaugh hearings; Ellison calls for investigation; Trump at the U.N.; government funding; and more.
Supreme Court upholds dark money donor disclosures; Trump disappointed in Sessions; update on the trade war; and more.
Trump disputes Hurricane Maria death toll; Republicans float new tax bill; Jeff Sessions’ future; Minnesota congressional candidate gets Trump endorsement; and more.
Kavanaugh hearings; Silicon Valley execs testify before Congress; roadblock removed from mining projects near BWCA; and more.
McCain memorials; Jeff Sessions on thin ice; White House counsel to leave; Trump takes on Google; and more.
Manafort conviction; Cohen guilty plea; California GOP rep. indicted for misuse of campaign funds; new tariffs; and more.
This week in Washington, all eyes were finally, righteously, on the great state of Minnesota, which held its primaries for a critical midterm election on Tuesday.
In Minnesota, a bunch of politicians showed up in a field in western Minnesota to talk about how important farmers are to them.