The discovery of mass graves at boarding schools in Canada has forced that nation to face its history with the institutions. It’s also prompting leaders in the U.S. to look at its own history with such schools.
COVID-19 hits the White House, Omar and Phillips team up against hate and a windfall of funds possible for Minnesota projects.
The federal fund, created by the American Rescue Plan, sought to offset pandemic-related financial losses. The program ran out of funding in 12 days.
Emmer’s influence on the 2022 midterm elections, Omar’s not invited to the Middle East and the Canadian border is… still closed.
The plaintiffs claim the program is racist, but supporters call it a civil rights issue in a country where farmers of color have been systematically discriminated against.
Minnesota’s delegation heads home, Hagedorn announces reoccurrence of kidney cancer and a Minnesota conspiracy theorist unveiled.
A previous version of the bill passed the House overwhelmingly last year but died in the Senate. This year’s version contains stronger social justice measures that address the generational effects of pot criminalization.
With Minneapolis and St. Paul as targets for extra support, the cities will see some changes, though officials aren’t sure yet how Biden’s directives will fold into existing crime-reduction initiatives.
Advocates are looking to Congress for new family supports that could move the disparities.
Rife with blind merges and left exits, the section of I-35 that passes through Duluth has been in need of major changes for decades.
Though Smith was shot by sheriffs deputies from Hennepin and Ramsey Counties, they were acting under the authority of the U.S. Marshals Service, part of the federal government.
Biden trading Republicans in infrastructure deals; calls for more Minnesota police investigations and the power of $300.
You know we’re going to say: It’s complicated.
Smith was killed as members of a U.S. Marshals task force attempted to arrest him over a firearms warrant.
The Alien Enemies Act, first aimed at suspected French-sympathizers during the Adams administration, has been used to justify everything from Japanese internment to Trump’s travel ban.
Trump’s short life as a blogger, the January 6 commission controversy and a Minnesota political power family.
Reporting on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death; Rep. Pete Stauber calls Donald Trump back to Minnesota; and some drama at the southern border.
As COVID-19 restrictions lift in much of the U.S., business owners in this isolated part of the U.S. remain hobbled by the closure of the Canadian border. As one resident put it, “the rest of the country’s opening up and we’re getting robbed of more of our lives.”
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.