How quickly has the political landscape changed? So quickly that least two races that were once considered sleepy suddenly became two of the wildest races in the election.
North Korea talks fizzle; Congress softens on Wall Street; GOP revolt on immigration reform; and more.
Emmer’s bill is so narrowly tailored to Minnesota interests that it almost requires a Minnesota sponsor in the upper chamber. But Franken has already come out against it, leaving all eyes on Amy Klobuchar.
The breadth and speed with which the story has spread means that many questions remain unanswered, including: How many more allegations are out there? And did those in power know what was going on?
McDonough, a Stillwater native who served as President Obama’s chief of staff from 2013 to 2017, will be the featured guest at the Oct. 13 event.
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Their votes are a foregone conclusion, but each representative faces different pressures in one of the defining moments of the 115th Congress.
They’re vowing to hold up legislative business on the House floor until Republican leadership agrees to put gun control bills to a vote.
Americans oppose the continuation of the embargo by a large margin. Congress might be starting to notice.
Rep. John Kline wants to except the Defense Department from an Obama-administration rule on wage theft, and Rep. Keith Ellison isn’t happy about it.
Nolan’s support of the STOP Act — but his inability to abide by the pledge it would make into law — underscores the difficulty of reforming money in politics.
Egg pluribus unum.
A thaw in relations has made it easier for Americans to travel to Cuba than ever before. But there are still some catches.
The money will allow for replacement of the high school building, a converted barn never meant for long-term use by students.
Two apparently opposite votes in the course of two weeks put the senator at odds with two important Minnesota constituencies.
The ads are backed by a group called “Protect America’s Consumers” — and that’s about all anybody knows about it.
Sabo, who died Sunday morning, understood power. But he also understood humility.
Ellison led a delegation of 25 Democratic lawmakers for a day the congressman branded as a “speak-out” — a chance for the group to listen to community leaders and city residents.
The GOP field has been messy since Kline announced his retirement last September, but it may narrow soon.
There’s not much Senate Democrats can do to force Republicans to consider a Supreme Court nominee — but that doesn’t mean they won’t try.