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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team was dissatisfied with written responses from President Donald Trump, but decided against issuing a subpoena for an interview.
After years of investigating, 500 witnesses interviewed and a metric ton of ink spilled, Congress and the public is set to get its first real look at special counsel Robert Mueller’s report Thursday morning.
Millions of dollars could be on the way to help Minnesota communities in need of better access to healthy food.
A group opposed to a copper-nickel mine on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has hired a former state agency chief who approved another controversial mining project in northeastern Minnesota
Legislative leaders and Gov. Tim Walz have agreed on plans to provide about $23 million in immediate funding so repairs can continue on Minnesota’s troubled vehicle registration system known as MNLARS
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan will be announcing what they are calling major energy and climate policy initiatives Monday morning.
State Senator Erik Simonson has introduced that bill at the Minnesota State Capitol.
Three U.S. Senators from Minnesota and Wisconsin are backing a federal bill that aims to address the affordable child care shortage.
The state’s budgeting department blamed the drop on slowed economic growth and lower tax collections.
President Trump’s former lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen will be testifying at a public hearing Wednesday morning.
Gov. Tony Evers will propose indefinitely delaying closure of the state’s troubled juvenile prison, spending nearly $200 million more on replacement facilities and increasing the age for charging juveniles as adults from 17 to 18.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has unveiled his first capital spending proposal, a $1.27 billion public construction borrowing bill