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The Minnesota congresswoman is clashing with some members of her own party over a tweet on alleged war crimes.
A tweet following a Monday Foreign Affairs hearing led to the blast from the House GOP campaign arm.
The report, led in part by Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, paints a picture of missed clues, lack of preparedness and communication issues in the run-up to the Capitol riot.
Minnesota's senior Democrat leads the House subcommittee crafting a defense-spending bill at a time when President Joe Biden is pushing for an increase, Republicans want to spend even more and some progressives want to cut.
Both Minnesota senators vote in support of probe into Jan. 6 Capitol violence.
The Floyd family has publicly urged for passage of federal police reform legislation.
Philonise Floyd, George's brother, also made clear they want to see the police reform bill named after George Floyd signed into law.
The president has talked about his relationship with the Floyd family in pushing for police reform.
Omar was one of three House Democrats to oppose legislation that narrowly passed.
Minnesota Democrats back bipartisan inquiry as GOP colleagues turn away.
Mounting overseas violence highlights differing views among Democrats over Israel's culpability.
It was an emotional day for Mark and Julie Frascone as they heard the name of their late son Ryan spoken on the floor of…
Four GOP delegation members are mostly silent about the closed-door vote.
For much of the day before the 9-9 vote, the Senate Rules Committee led by Sen. Amy Klobuchar struggled to find common ground.
Minnesota governments are expected to get nearly $5 billion in state and local help.
Rep. Liz Cheney has challenged Trump's lies about the 2020 election.
The Minnesota Democrat faces the mammoth task of leading the push for the sweeping legislation in the Senate.
The president has called for action by the anniversary of George Floyd's death
President Biden was detailing school and child care proposals in his first joint speech to Congress.
Washington – Corporate tax cuts have been kind to Minnesota's biggest companies. In fact, many of the state's multibillion-dollar, multinational corporations had lower effective tax…
U.S. House Democrats voted last week for D.C. to become the 51st state. The vote was another instance where Minnesota's congressional delegation is divided down…
President Joe Biden and other political leaders marked the passing of "a true public servant."
Democrats counter that GOP was silent on Jan. 6 insurrection at Capitol.
Minn. Senate GOP still noncommittal and bill named for George Floyd stalled in U.S. Senate.
The president and vice president called for police reform.
Political leaders from across the political spectrum praised the former vice president, who died Monday.
Legislators say the state's bonding negotiations cannot be tied to the American Jobs Plan.
Last month's relief package expands payments for many dependents who didn't qualify in earlier rounds.
"We should listen to Daunte's mom, who is calling for peace and calm," President Biden said.
State's delegation sticks to party lines in response to Biden's executive moves.
Senators Klobuchar and Smith see need for change in the Senate.
Details are scant so far on how much the state could get if the $2.3 trillion package passes Congress.
The Somali refugee said like the unaccompanied minors, she too fled violence.
Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm made the comment in a public briefing led by U.S. Sen. Tina Smith and Rep. Dean Phillips.
The Minnesota senator says Congress needs to pass separate legislation granting D.C. statehood.
The former police officer urges less sweeping changes than the bill named for George Floyd.
She says spending there would help Minnesota, given the hit to rural areas during the pandemic.
Minnesota's biggest employers are offering workers incentives to fight the pandemic.
Minnesota's state and local governments, its ailing hospitality industry, struggling small businesses and the agricultural sector will get a financial boost from the $1.9 trillion COVID relief package.
Democrats cheer relief's passage, while Republicans called it pork.
Minnesota Democrats in the U.S. House had something to cheer about last week as they once again passed a sweeping expansion of voting rights —…
The Minnesota Democrat says the 60-vote threshold should be abolished for all legislation.