Klobuchar admitted that the impeachment trial in the Senate will be a challenge for her presidential efforts. “What I’m going to do is just keep going whenever I can back to the early states,” she said. “I don’t need a lot of sleep, which is good.”
Trial proceedings should kick off in earnest next week.
Early voting in Minnesota, explained.
Impeachment trial starts; Klobuchar debates; refugee resettlement; and more.
No, refugees don’t receive free housing. Here are the basics of the program.
From Iran to fracking to “electability,” how Klobuchar attempted to set herself apart from the field.
Iran situation; impeachment briefing; environmental spending; and more.
Beltrami County recently made news for voting not to accept refugees. No refugees had chosen to settle there in the last 10 years.
The resolution would limit President Trump’s ability to engage in war with Iran.
Minnesota is likely to lose one of its eight seats in U.S. House after reapportionment, though there’s a slim chance the state could avoid that fate.
U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, the top House budget writer for environmental agencies such as the EPA, called the spending plan “a complete rejection of the destructive budget cuts proposed by the Trump administration.”
An impeachment timeline update; Minnesota’s population projections; the return of Vin Weber; and more.
From PolyMet to presidential politics, a look at the top environmental issues in Minnesota heading into 2020.
From election outcomes to congressional committee assignments, a look at the stories that will play a big role in our coverage from Washington in the coming year.
Trump’s campaign recently unveiled a strategy of focusing on the smallest 20 percent of counties in certain swing states.
Trump impeached; Phillips attempts to recruit independent Amash to impeachment team; the USMCA trade deal; and more.
Fifty-one percent of suburban Minnesotans who say they are likely to vote said they are likely to vote for a Democratic candidate for president next November, compared with 33 percent for Donald Trump.
“In all likelihood, some of us are gonna lose our jobs over it,” Rep. Dean Phillips told Vice News earlier this week.
Twin Metals submitted a plan to regulators Wednesday for a copper-nickel mine on the doorstep of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, formally kicking off what is likely to be a multi-year environmental review process.
The project has garnered national media attention and even become a wedge issue in the presidential campaign. And that was before Twin Metals Minnesota submitted its official operating plan for review.