Gov. Tim Pawlenty proposed what he called the "mother lode of tax breaks" to companies that create so-called green jobs in the burgeoning field of renewable energy.
Updated: November 10, 2008, - 10:39 PM
Republicans take some solace in blocking a veto-proof state House majority, while the Obama triumph should give Minnesota more influence in the new Congress.
Updated: November 05, 2008, - 10:48 PM
With 100 percent of the 4,130 precincts reporting, Sen. Norm Coleman had an unofficial margin of several hundred votes out of nearly 2.9 million cast. Challenger Al Franken said this morning he would exercise his right to a recount.
Updated: November 05, 2008, - 05:17 PM
Franken, Coleman and Barkley blasted one another as audience members cheered, booed, hissed and even catcalled.
Updated: November 03, 2008, - 11:34 AM
Voters who cross party lines on the same ballot could hold the key to a race's outcome.
Updated: October 28, 2008, - 06:49 AM
The St. Cloud State survey has the White House race tight and the Senate incumbent moving ahead of Franken.
Updated: October 24, 2008, - 09:57 PM
Vandals struck the garages and homes of six Minnesota members of Congress, spray-painting graffiti that called for them to resign and included a biblical reference to "Psalm 2."
Updated: October 23, 2008, - 11:48 AM
The numbers behind the tightening U.S. Senate contest between Al Franken and Norm Coleman show support for Dean Barkley is significant but also shallow.
Updated: October 21, 2008, - 10:58 AM
From comedian to candidate. From satire to public policy. It's a difficult leap, but Al Franken is determined to make it.
Updated: October 19, 2008, - 06:56 PM