Takeaways from debate: Rubio shaken, Trump not stirred

Takeaways from debate: Rubio shaken, Trump not stirred

There have been no higher stakes on a Republican debate stage in the 2016 campaign for president than there were Saturday night.

AP FACT CHECK: Fumbles from the Republican field

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What happened in Iowa didn't stay in Iowa. And when it reached the stage in the latest Republican presidential debate, Ted Cruz had some explaining to do.

Clinton calls Flint water crisis 'immoral' in break from NH

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Taking a detour from New Hampshire's campaign trail, Hillary Clinton said Sunday that a water crisis in a Michigan city was "immoral" and demanded that Congress approve $200 million in emergency aid to address the community's battle with lead-contaminated water.
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Gloria Steinem Photo by Annie Leibovitz

Gloria Steinem slammed for suggesting young women support Bernie Sanders to chase boys

Feminist icon Gloria Steinem has drawn the wrath of the Twitterverse for suggesting that young women supporting Bernie Sanders’ campaign are doing so to gain…
Politics
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Legislators trying to stop 'revenge porn' with new law

During Katie Daly’s nine-month relationship with a boyfriend, the two exchanged intimate photos of each other. After they broke up, she said she was horrified…
Local
12:51pm

The Martin O'Malley Campaign: A Fight Against the Odds

Even though O'Malley dropped out of the Campaign his team in New Hampshire fought till the end.
Local
5:56am
Shortly before 2 a.m. last Saturday morning, Trooper Adam Flynn handcu...

Decades of new laws caused Minnesota prison population spike

Over the past 25 years, the state's incarceration rate has soared by 150 percent. The majority of that growth can be attributed to changes made by lawmakers to the state's criminal code
February 6

Female voters consider issues, symbolism in Clinton-Sanders fight

Vermont senator's appeal among younger women is growing in Minnesota and nationwide.
Local
February 6

High life expectancy strains Minnesota pension systems

Our 2nd-highest U.S. life expectancy throws a wrench in retirement funds' projections.
Local
February 6

Abused children in Minnesota are waiting too long for help

Counties with slow response times will soon see penalties.
Politics
February 6
In this Thursday Jan. 28, 2016, photo, Bruce McCracken, a retired scho...

Independents will play their unpredictable role on Tuesday in the New Hampshire primary

On Tuesday, N.H. independents will play their unpredictable primary role
Local
February 6

Game of Phones

A student explores the joys of the phone bank.
Local
February 6

Trump Lover is Voting Bernie

Meeting a crossover voter and experiencing the power the New Hampshire voter thinks they have.
St. Paul
February 6
John Kaul, posing in the new Minnesota Senate Building, says: ā€œIā€™m an artist locked in the body of a lobbyist.ā€

Lobbyist John Kaul mixes persuasion, photography at State Capitol

Lobbyist John Kaul is also known for his candid scenes from the Capitol.
TV & Media
February 6

Presidential candidates look to comedy and late-night TV as new soapbox

More than ever before, politicians are veering off the traditional campaign trail to hit the comedy circuit in hopes of reaching voters through their funny bones. The trend has led to some strange moments in an already strange political season.
Business
February 5

Business lobby pushes Minnesota officials to step up quest for MNsure bypass

The Chamber of Commerce said an initial DHS waiver omitted rationale, important arguments.
Local
February 5

Gallery: John Kaul, Capitol photographer

John Kaul is a lobbyist at the State Capitol, but he is perhaps best known for his candid photography during legislative sessions. We dive in to his passion for photography.
Politics
February 5

State auditor sues over state law allowing counties to use private auditors

Rebecca Otto says auditing counties' finances is a "core function" of her office.
Politics
February 5

AP fact check: Clinton, Sanders skip information

Hillary Clinton cast the financial industry as an adversary in her presidential campaign ā€” despite the money that industry has poured into her White House effort and Bernie Sanders understated the costs of his universal health care coverage plan.
Local
February 4

Fight for promotion prompts discrimination case, disability rights debate

Worker with disability fights his limiting status as a 'client'
Local
February 4

Minnesota may finally give people with disabilities a fresh start with jobs

The voluntary initiative, known as "Way to Work," is based on a similar program in Ohio and has helped hundreds.
Business
February 4

Dayton, senators seek to save nonstop Japan flight

Governor, two senators stressed importance of nonstop flight to state's economy.
World
February 4

Obama pressed to open military action in Libya

As ISIL fighters organize, White House forms a plan.
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