Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that "democracy has prevailed" and summoning American resilience and unity to confront the deeply divided nation's historic confluence of crises. After the historic swearing-in ceremony at the Capitol, Biden headed to the White House and got to work.
A key senator said the state Health Department should rely on pharmacies and clinics to help administer vaccine shots.
The city is working on a long-term plan for the precinct and officers who work there.
Mpls. negotiates deal to recoup $100K from operator of Target Center.
A former congressman who pocketed millions of dollars in bribes from defense contractors. A Republican fundraiser who was paid handsome sums to illicitly lobby a presidential administration. An influential voice in conservative circles accused of duping donors who supported a border wall.
President Joe Biden is moving swiftly to dismantle Donald Trump's legacy on his first day in office, signing a series of executive actions that reverse course on immigration, climate change, racial equity and the handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
About 120 people highlighted a host of issues during a rally and march.
Minnesota teachers make time for students to discuss current events, from insurrection to inauguration
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