Legislators consider ways to put a stop to harassment.
Overhauling welfare was one of the defining goals of Bill Clinton's presidency, starting with a campaign promise to "end welfare as we know it," continuing with a bitter policy fight and producing change that remains hotly debated 20 years later.
The party's leaders in Washington have been criticized for lacking a message that voters can embrace.
A top MNLARS developer is on a leave of absences.
The Trump administration is backtracking on its decision to order the Palestinians' office in Washington to close.
A top state official involved with developing Minnesota's troubled new $90 million computer system for vehicle licensing is no longer working on the project.
"Let me say again that I'm sorry," the senator wrote in a statement. He apologized for embraces that "crossed a line."
Charlie Rose, who was fired this week by CBS News and PBS in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations from multiple women, has now lost accolades from two universities.
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Minnesota House Transportation Finance Chairman Paul Torkelson said he is disappointed the department is carrying on with the closure when as many as 200,000 people could be making their way into downtown Minneapolis.
U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen welcomes his friend and housemate back, three months after Rep. Steve Scalise was gunned down at a congressional baseball practice.
A gun control group founded by former U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords asked two web hosting companies on Friday to shut down websites selling parts and machines that help make untraceable homemade firearms known as "ghost guns."
Low oil prices and a volatile market are prompting a South African energy and chemical company to drop plans for an $11 billion to $14 billion U.S. plant to convert natural gas to liquid fuels and to pull out of Canadian shale.
The move is sure to please Turkey but further alienate Syrian Kurds who bore much of the fight against the Islamic State group.
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Fake or automated public comments unfairly influenced decision, critics say.
Richard Cordray, the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, resigned Friday and simultaneously named his own successor, setting up the consumer agency for another battle with the Trump White House over control of the powerful federal watchdog.
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The House will vote next week on requiring anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training for all members and their staffs.
President Donald Trump on Friday denounced the deadly mosque attack in Egypt and reached out to its president, asserting the world must crush terrorists by military means — and insisting the U.S. needs a southern border wall and the travel ban tied up in courts.
For decades, an idiosyncrasy in the mail delivery system has forced some rural northern Missouri residents to have Iowa mailing addresses, which has created roadblocks and red tape for residents when they vote or pay taxes — even when they die.