New York Times reveals concerns over al-Qaeda-inspired terrorists blowing up the President.
Does this mean Tim Pawlenty will be out of the state even more, trying to boost his national profile?
The District 6 congresswoman holds forth with some startling, and questionable, assertions.
Used to be that George W. Bush was the target of anti-war protesters. Times have changed.
Administration lax on cleaning up AIG, Bear Stearns, and Lehman Brothers
In case you're wondering why you may have trouble accessing Twitter this morning, it's because Twitter is, well, all a-twitter with the news.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty's latest money quote to ponder: "There's a joke out now that says the main value of the Cash for Clunkers program may be that we'll get a lot of cars with Obama stickers off the road."
Now she is doing some really awesome fear mongering by claiming that Obama might someday control how many calories you consume. Yes, your diet will be rationed by the president. Totally logical.
My full chat with the righteous babe of folk.
Republicans and some Democrats spoke out this weekend against the plan, citing lack of details or unease with the public option.
One sign in particular stuck out as being particularly representative of the inanity of the teabaggers' debate.
Huh? Leftover cold pizza is the best type of pizza there is.
Watch Obama's speech Saturday at 12:30 p.m. from the comfort of your basement dungeon.
President Obama will be in Minnesota Saturday to speak about health care reform, Minnesota Public Radio confirmed.
Does this suggest that Obama won't return to the site of the historic fist bump?
Doors open at 9:30 a.m. for the 12:30 p.m. speech on Saturday.
Obama will speak at 12:30 p.m. at the rally, which is free and open to the public. Access is first come, first served.
The White House released the text of his speech Monday and it was clean of any potentially evil rhetoric.
Of course Obama is going to get all evil-eyed, play some Raffi (do kids still listen to that crap?) and convince them to join his socialist movement. Why wouldn't you be afraid?
In a SurveyUSA poll conducted here last week, just over half of Minnesotans approve of his job performance.
Americans United for Change released a new ad attempting to turn the tables on the much-debunked Republican claim that President Obama's health care reform plan would create death panels.
Coulter said she would approve of these "death panels" if she could be on one. Oh, and apparently Zeke Emanuel is on her death list.
Palin's claim of Obama "death panels" has been called out as major bullshit by just about everyone. We've got a run down of where this false information came from.
But does the MSNBC host have Hardballs for 44?
Gov. Tim Pawlenty is back on the TV circuit after his trip abroad. He was on FOX News Thursday talking about President Obama's health care plan.
Minnesota's unemployment rate rose to 8.4 percent in June, a slight uptick from May. We're still faring better than the national average, which is sitting at 9.4 percent.
Obama released an official statement on Al Franken's win of Minnesota's vacant U.S. Senate seat.
Lisa Jack didn't know she was photographing the first black president
Brock Lesnar, former U of M wrestler and current Ultimate Fighting Champion heavyweight champ, talks about being built like a black man, steroids, disliking President Obama, and WWE.
Rybak said Pawlenty would get his "butt kicked" by Obama in 2012 if he runs. Pawlenty responds today on the same show, calling Rybak's comments just a little trash talking.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak was on Fox Business this morning and took a quick jab at Gov. Tim Pawlenty and the speculation that he might run against Barack Obama in 2012.
How we gonna get our boats to the lake?
Tuesday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.
President Obama passes over ketchup in favor of Dijon. It's about time.
The Texas man accused of threatening President Obama and the Mall of America pleaded guilty Monday.
While ripping Obama's economic policies is a riot, even Fox reporters wanted to know: What the heck was she trying to say when she connected Democrats to swine flu outbreaks?
To recap President Obama's first 100 days in office, the White House compiled a Flickr gallery called "Delivering on Change." Minnesota made it in the collection at least two times.
About 61 percent of Minnesotans said they approve of his job performance in March. That's only down from 64 percent in January, while other states have seen double-digit drops.
If you're still stuck on the 2008 elections high, we've got more details on each state's vote breakdown are coming out and painting some interesting pictures of our country's voting patterns and our excitement for racial equality.
The new country of origin labeling law will help consumers know more about what they eat.
Somebody needs to educate him on the power of good coaching.
If dude fixes the economy, he can pull tubes in the Lincoln Bedroom for all I care.
The 2008 election was full of Democratic domination, particularly as some jumped on the coattails of Barack Obama. But nearly three dozen U.S. House districts split their vote between Obama and a Republican House member.
During his first week of presidency, Barack Obama had nearly a 70 percent approval rating nationwide. We're more than a month out and his rating has dipping by more than double digits in many states except Minnesota.
The study used credit card receipts from a major online adult entertainment provider to see which states are buying the most porn. Minnesota ranked in the bottom 10. Seriously?
The Minnesota Home Ownership Center says people at risk of losing their homes should act NOW if they want some help from the government.
The Colorado man accused of threatening to kill President Obama and blow up the Mall of America pleased not guilty Tuesday.
Friday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.