Rep. Michele Bachmann's legal woes won't go away anytime soon. The U.S. House Ethics Committee announced today it is extending its probe into her presidential campaign activities.
Rep. Collin Peterson is the latest Minnesotan politician to oppose a military strike against Syria. Peterson said Tuesday he opposes any intervention in Syria after an alleged chemical weapons attack by that country's government forces on rebels and civilians.
A Minnesota Republican Rep. John Kline is leaning toward giving President Obama authority to launch a military strike against Syria.
At least five members of Minnesota's U.S. House delegation are calling for Congress to weigh in on whether a military strike should be launched against Syria for its alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians.
Seven months since automatic across-the-board federal budget cuts took effect, two of Minnesota's best-known research institutions are already feeling squeezed.
Minnesota's 6th Congressional District is a GOP stronghold. There's no doubt the Republican who makes it onto the Election Day ballot next year will be favored to win. That's why four are already in the race.
Although there are nearly 1,200 days until voters pick the next president of the United States, political junkies are following every politician's movements in and out of Iowa for signs of a possible bid for the White House.
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar's scheduled appearance in Iowa has sparked speculation about her future, given that she is often mentioned as a potential Democratic presidential candidate.
Rep. Michele Bachmann says an investigation by the U.S. House Ethics Committee into her 2012 presidential campaign is nothing more than a political smear.
The House Ethics Committee confirmed Friday that it is reviewing an ethics case involving 6th District U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann and that a decision on whether to suspend, drop or further investigate the matter is due by Sept. 11.
Shelby was a staple of TV news in Minnesota for more than 30 years, until he retired. He says he has been approached to challenge Republican Erik Paulsen in the 3rd Congressional District, which covers the western suburbs of Minneapolis.
Nearly all the large, comprehensive bills now before Congress -- bills that require votes and compromise from both sides of the aisle to pass -- appear to be on the rocks.
The Republican-controlled U.S. House has passed a bill written by U.S. Rep. John Kline that would overhaul the nation's education laws.
That agreement over filibusters in the United States Senate Tuesday could have implications for Minnesota's U.S. Attorney B. Todd Jones.
It's that time of year again when congressional campaigns have to report their fundraising in the past quarter.
The 6th District Republican congresswoman's presidential campaign, which ended in January 2012 after a sixth place showing in the Iowa caucus, continues to chip away at its debts, according to a federal filing on Monday.