Amy Klobuchar: What's not to love?We knew Amy Klobuchar was funny, maybe even funnier than Al Franken, but now we've learned that she's popular, too. And more popular than Franken.
Fits of pique reinforced Franken's image as a champion of the liberal left, but now he plays squash with Republicans.
"Bachmann does have a terrific talent for driving people nuts," Gail Collins says.
Never debate a congresswoman with a peculiar ability to drive people nuts.
The Stillwater Republican takes umbrage at a senator's insistence that she act like a lady.
She keeps interrupting the Pennsylvania senator on a Philadelphia radio talk show, and he gets somewhat peeved.
The Yes Men take on Whole Foods CEO John Mackey with SurvivaBalls and their own version of "Oh, Mickey."
In a New York Times magazine interview, Specter expressed his support for Norm Coleman in the still contested Minnesota U.S. Senate race. Later in the evening after everyone starting flipping out, he came out and took it back.
Republicans have now made it clear they will do whatever it takes to support Norm Coleman's continued fight until he has exhausted all of his options.
Republican Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin came out and told it like it is: Franken is going to win. Finally a Republican that can admit Coleman is fighting a long lost battle.
Despite the increasing spotlight on the Minnesota U.S. Senate race, Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty insists Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter's decision to turn Democrat won't change anything in Norm Coleman's appeal case.
Former Minnesota Senator and lifelong Republican Dave Durenberger on the rise of the new Bush Republicans in Minnesota and elsewhere
Teaching Minnesota's student prisoners reveals the power of the pen