Klobuchar calls the Capitol riot ‘planned’; Biden faces challenges ahead; COVID deaths reach a sad milestone; and more.
The former president gets sued, impeachment vote divides a family and the GOP braces for the Tea Party, Round 2.
Trump’s second impeachment trial gets under way; the parties do battle over pandemic proposals; and some Minnesotans gain influential posts.
A look at the upcoming impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump; House votes to punish Marjorie Taylor Greene; and more.
Christian-right activists inside and outside of government promoted the election fraud lie and claimed God told them to “let the church roar.”
Biden’s COVID experts; new coronavirus relief package; GOP objects to impeachment; and more.
Executive orders are presidential written directives to agencies on how to implement the law. The courts view them as legally valid unless they violate the Constitution or existing statutes.
What Minnesota’s delegation said about the inauguration, and more.
Minnesota’s delegation splits on impeachment vote; Klobuchar prepares to take the lead on Capitol riot investigation; and the feds tell Minnesota to expand COVID-19 vaccinations.
Democratic members of the state’s congressional delegation will now have far more power, especially Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
Ore Koren: “What hugely contributed to all of this is misinformation. People mobilized based on a conspiracy with no evidence.”
Hours after the Capitol was evacuated, lawmakers voted to certify Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential election, with Sen. Amy Klobuchar announcing the final results on the Senate floor.
Among other things, the bill will provide the state with a share of $25 billion for rental assistance. Missing, however, is any direct aid to state and city governments.
This week: House Republicans back a last-ditch election lawsuit; Omar softens her tone while Phillips toughens his.
That may have been the whole point.
This week: Stillwater’s Denis McDonough joins the Biden administration; Republicans remain silent; and Dylan keeps being Dylan.
LTD Broadband’s CEO was confident the company could deliver on its big promises in Minnesota and other states. Others familiar with the challenges of wiring rural parts of the state were skeptical.
This week: Jake Sullivan talks diplomacy in a Biden administration, lawmakers eye more COVID relief, and the AP takes note of state Sen. Tom Bakk’s party switch.
Lifelong Republican Rohn Bishop believes the GOP must stop trafficking in conspiracies and falsehoods, for the good of his party — and the country.
This week in Washington, the president scrambles, Obama debuts, and the legend lives on from the Chippewa on down to the big lake they called Gitche Gumee.