A study of ninth- and 11th-graders in Minnesota estimates that nearly 2,200 consider themselves transgender or gender nonconforming.
Gov. Mark Dayton picks a longtime adviser and fellow Democrat, who says she will run for the post in November.
Members say the way the party is handling the sexual misconduct issue will give it a valuable weapon in next year’s congressional elections.
A majority of Senate Democrats call on the two-term Minnesota lawmaker to get out after the emergence of new sexual misconduct allegations.
Friday's verdict in the 2016 shooting sparks protest throughout Minnesota and an outpouring of emotion online.
Officer Jeronimo Yanez is cleared on all charges by a jury nearly a year after part of the lethal encounter was streamed online.
Since Donald Trump was elected president, at least 19 states have introduced bills that attack freedom of peaceful assembly and expression.
The Minnesota Democrat penned a letter to the Department of Justice on Monday, urging it to protect the First Amendment rights of the “water protectors” facing off against law enforcement in North Dakota.
The documentary series, which explores educational systems in rural communities across the United States, highlights the effects of poverty often overlooked in our political dialogue.
The former court-show judge who now has her own law firm announced she would “aggressively pursue justice” for the family of Philando Castile, killed by police in Minnesota last week.