Some in the media, who had already been buzzing about Klobuchar as a dark horse candidate, went all-in after her decisive win on Election Day.
Control of Congress doesn’t hinge on Minnesota’s contested House districts, but it depends on districts like them across the country.
Conservatives have overwhelmingly rallied to the defense of Kavanaugh.
Facebook and Google are among the top targets.
For advocates, the decision to end an Obama-ordered environmental study was both predictable and shocking.
The conventional wisdom has been that Housley faces long odds in her effort to be the first Republican to win a U.S. Senate seat in Minnesota in 16 years.
No race to the left is playing out among the primary field: the leading candidates are all already there.
Anderson Kelliher was Speaker of the Minnesota House for four years but dropped off the political map after falling short in her 2010 bid for governor.
Smith’s attempting to walk a fine line on mining in northern Minnesota. Her critics aren’t having it.
At the heart of Ellison’s decision: Where he can best counter the Trump administration.
A lot depends on how other nations react to the new taxes.
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 Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community was first recognized by the federal government in 1969. Today, it’s a force to be reckoned with.
One expert estimates that eliminating the state and local tax deduction could pay for 15 to 25 percent of the GOP’s entire tax plan.
Qatar and United Arab Emirates based carriers are playing a growing role in the U.S. market. But are they playing fair?
Will Canada get its whey?
The Edina resident led the team that revamped healthcare.gov after its botched introduction. Now he’s one of the most prominent voices opposing Republican designs on dismantling the law.
The so-called “border adjusted tax” overhauls the way U.S. companies pay taxes by easing the tax burden on exports while making companies pay up for imports.
Americans oppose the continuation of the embargo by a large margin. Congress might be starting to notice.
In spite of cuts made to the project in the past year, the rail line remains a top funding priority for the federal government.
Minnesota’s representatives come from varied ideological, geographic and economic backgrounds. And they all want the medical-device tax to die.
And if foreign governments are cheating on steel prices, should the U.S. government step in to help support domestic steel producers?
Even if you never drink beers produced by SABMiller, Anheuser-Busch InBev or their biggest competitors, the merger’s effects may trickle into the smallest corners of the $100-billion-per-year beer industry.
Since the thaw in relations that followed an unexpected prisoner swap late last year, Minnesota’s representatives have wasted no time getting involved in Cuba policy.
Rep. Erik Paulsen continues his efforts to repeat the medical device tax. With 27,000 med-tech jobs in the state, he's gaining wide support from the delegation.
Minnesota's 3rd District Rep. Erik Paulsen introduced a bill that would slash federal excise taxes for small U.S-based breweries. Weeks later, the big breweries stepped up.