The poll results also reflect a dramatic gender divide that has been evident through much of the campaign.
The stakes of about a dozen suburban races are significant to setting the agenda that will go forward in Minnesota in 2017.
The final days of the campaign season brings letters, news conferences and fresh accusations.
Supporters of independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin are hoping to catch the attention of football fans before the University of Wisconsin game Saturday against Nebraska.
Relatives of a 6-year-old autistic boy who was shot and killed during a traffic stop last year are suing the central Louisiana town where two deputy city marshals opened fire on his father's car.
A former National Guard soldier from Virginia has pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge after admitting that he traveled to Africa and boarded a truck to join the Islamic State group before ultimately bailing out.
Los Angeles police arrested a man suspected of using a sledgehammer to destroy Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, officials said Thursday.
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The two sides are battling district by district in a race to secure the 68 seats needed for majority.
VP Joe Biden to visit Duluth Friday
A growing number of prominent Republican women are worried that as members of their male-dominated party step up to defend Donald Trump against accusations of…
She is steely, stern, prepared. Her training as a lawyer helps. Her experience as a Fox News star does, too.It's why Megyn Kelly, host of…
Minnesota's federal bench, one of the nation's busiest, faces two vacancies.
Concern over donations, power struggles detailed.
A majority of Star Tribune Minnesota Poll respondents say Donald Trump's comments in a video about groping women makes him unfit to be president, and a majority also believe he probably has made unwanted sexual advances.
Possible recession, global threats await.
They would rather pay the IRS than hefty premiums with big deductibles.
Independent candidate Evan McMullin, a former CIA officer turned policy wonk who also is a Mormon, is cutting into the "lesser of two evils" vote.
The GOP chairman of the House Oversight Committee says Hillary Clinton offers a "target-rich environment," raising the specter of more partisan acrimony for the next four years.
The revelation of Clinton's private e-mail setup roiled her campaign team in the weeks before its official April 2015 kickoff.