Dean Barkley got in some of the hardest shots of the night, Norm Coleman defended his six-year career in the Senate and Al Franken linked Coleman's votes to campaign donations.
Updated: October 06, 2008, - 10:26 AM
Al Franken's wife talks about her alcoholism in an ad that seeks to humanize him and counter the GOP image of Franken as too ill-tempered to serve in the Senate.
Updated: October 02, 2008, - 09:20 PM
What may have started as a phone call to an old friend has spiraled into the latest controversy to dog the Senate candidate.
Updated: September 22, 2008, - 11:42 AM
After trouncing their primary opponents, Republican U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman, DFLer Al Franken and Independence Party candidate Dean Barkley are squaring off for a three-way free-for-all.
Updated: September 09, 2008, - 11:55 PM
John McCain served notice that he seeks the presidency to afflict the politically comfortable, a mission that has defined much of his political career.
Updated: September 05, 2008, - 10:09 AM
John McCain will make his case to the nation that a 72-year-old politician with 26 years in Congress can bring the fresh breath of reform that polls suggest the public wants.
Updated: September 04, 2008, - 10:49 AM
The convention got up to full speed as President Bush lauded John McCain in brief remarks from D.C., even as the GOP has reasons to keep distance between the two.
Updated: September 02, 2008, - 11:57 PM
Sarah Palin has taken the Republican world by storm since John McCain elevated her from near-obscurity. But she remains an unknown quantity to much of the American public, a USA Today/Gallup poll found.
Updated: September 01, 2008, - 11:21 PM
As the Republicans take their turn presenting a four-day, highly choreographed political spectacle, the Twin Cities will put its best foot forward to make sure the delegates have a good time.
Updated: August 31, 2008, - 07:15 PM