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Whether it's spring brunch or Easter breakfast, the egg suits the season far beyond scrambled and poached.
The Senate and House passed a plan that includes a $435 million tax increase, and there's the rub.
Mike Huckabee scored an impressive victory, capping one of the most remarkable come-from-nowhere triumphs in recent history.
The prominent appellate lawyer has led the judicial selection commission for Gov. Pawlenty. He will be the first person who is not a justice to take the top job in decades.
Speaking at the state party's convention, the governor said people deserve leaders "who are hopeful, optimistic, decent" and called upon Republicans to provide that leadership. Beforehand, he again demurred on talk of his vice presidential prospects.
Al Franken's 225-vote lead was unanimously certified by the state Canvassing Board, but Norm Coleman's planned court challenge will keep Franken from taking his seat when the Senate convenes today.
Tim Pawlenty is on the road again, speaking to GOP groups as he tries to revitalize his party and his presidential prospects.
The candidates and their staffs are keeping their phones close by because they know the ruling could come any day now, ending a seven-month odyssey.
Common Cause Minnesota is looking at the elimination of the Political Contribution Refund program as a way to go to court over Gov. Pawlenty's plan to balance the budget.
Administration officials came under sharp questioning from DFL legislators over unallotment plans.