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FEC rejects campaign finance complaint against Rep. Ilhan Omar

A conservative group alleged that she spent money on husband's consulting firm.

Minnesota official Hamse Warfa picked to join Biden administration

Warfa is starting a new job at the U.S. State Department later this month.

Sen. Klobuchar leads committee in continued focus on Capitol Police

The Minnesota Democrat's Senate Rules Committee held a hearing with the Capitol Police chief a day before the anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack.

Minnesota elected officials remember Jan. 6 attack

Thursday is the first anniversary of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

Minnesota Republicans evasive as Democrats look at Jan. 6 riot

Thursday marks the first anniversary of the insurrection that caused around $1.5 million in damages and injuries to roughly 140 in law enforcement.

Rep. Jim Hagedorn tests positive for COVID

The Minnesota Republican, who is being treated for kidney cancer, said he's at Mayo Clinic as a precaution.

Sen. Klobuchar's Capitol Police bill for emergency help becomes law

Congress passed the legislation nearly a year after the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.

Amid GOP attacks, Omar pushes Democrats to seize the moment

A leader in the Congressional Progressive Caucus, Omar stands by her "no" vote on the bipartisan infrastructure law.

Women in Minn. politics face growing threats, intimidation

From local to federal government, women say the rise in vitriol threatens progress.

New ethics report on mail controversy focuses on Hagedorn staffer

The Minnesota Republican's office paid the staffer's company more than $100,000 during his first term.