Recent cuts at USPS have raised concerns about changes in service — and problems with vote-by-mail.
Since the St. Anthony police department started collecting data in 2017, the share of Black people its officers pulled over has increased each year.
This week from Washington, big spending in Hagedorn’s office, what’s going on at the RNC and an update on the CD-7 race.
In two recent weeks of data, continued unemployment claims dropped by 12 percent.
Minnesota and other states are being told that personal protective equipment might be removed from the list of expenses FEMA will reimburse them for.
Earlier this month, the Federal Transit Administration sent what’s called the full funding grant agreement for the $2 billion project to Congress, triggering a 30-day review that is mostly a formality.
The Department of Commerce says its decision to challenge a critical permit is focused on a narrow issue of law. But Republican state Senators say it’s a political choice, aimed at halting or delaying the pipeline.
Hagedorn recently made headlines for spending 40% of his congressional office’s annual budget in the first quarter of 2020 — much of it with a firm part-owned by one of his staffers.
Incumbent DFLer Rep. Collin Peterson’s margins of victory have been shrinking in recent elections. Will a better-known, better-funded opponent — and having Trump on the ballot — finally end his congressional career?
Numerous legislative battleground races include pot party candidates, some with tenuous connections to the legalization movement, causing some DFLers to believe the candidates could simply be there to hurt Democrats.
This week from Washington, the Democratic convention, Rep. Jim Hagedorn fires his chief of staff and Trump’s new unemployment payments aren’t coming any time soon.
If the Senate’s recent hearing schedule for Walz appointees are any indication, Republicans are not happy with one particular aspect of the governor’s administration: the state’s environmental policy.
Minnesota officials are still waiting for guidance on how to implement the new program — if it’s even legal.
A Q&A with Jamal Osman, who won the Aug. 11 special election for the Minneapolis City Council seat representing Ward 6.
We’re tracking all the candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.
Overall, election officials were pleased with how smoothly things went in last week’s primary, despite a number of COVID-19 induced obstacles.
Here, ratification of the constitutional amendment occurred in September 1919.
The campaign was created to promote Budland Q. “Bud” McKenzie, who supposedly operates a mail order clothing catalog for barrel-chested dogs out of Bloomington, to run for a yet-to-be-named office.
Omar’s decisive victory was driven by a progressive turnout machine built over the last decade.
One is procedural, but the other will determine just how often the city’s voters will be heading to the polls over the next decade.