The move comes after top-level leadership shakeups and reported improper payments have drawn attention to DHS.
Gov. Tim Walz on Friday penned a letter to the Trump administration saying the state would continue accepting refugees under an executive order that requires counties and states to explicitly state they'd be willing to take them in.
North Dakota State Sen. Oley Larsen continues to dispute the controversy around his October Facebook posts calling U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar a terrorist, describing it as "such a non-news issue to me."
With the debate over the impeachment of President Trump reaching a fever pitch, one might wonder how a divided Congress can get anything done.
Republican and Democratic members of Congress from the Midwest agree that high prescription drug prices are a problem, but no one can seem to agree how to fix it.
Minnesota soon will have more residents over 65 than under 18, and Gov. Tim Walz wants to make the state a more welcoming place for older people to live.
On the heels of Democratic Gov. Tim Walz's new statewide initiatives on climate change, Minnesota Democrats are pushing for action in the state Senate as well.
Democratic House leaders moved the impeachment inquiry into a new phase by releasing two proposed articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
The head of the state's Department of Human Services again took the hot seat on Tuesday to share her progress in the job and to field criticism from lawmakers.
“If our rural communities are to survive and flourish, our rural constituents need access to services that are on par with those in urban areas,” the senators wrote.
After releasing a report that shows the Twin Cities ranks 92nd out of 100 metros for racial equity, the NAACP is pushing government officials to take action.
The overpayments are part of a series of mistakes discovered by the agency this year totaling more than $100 million. Some of the payment problems date back decades.
Veteran Minnesota Sen. Tom Bakk, one of the most powerful Democrats in the state, is facing a challenge from a suburban colleague for the reins of the party in the Senate.
Gov. Tim Walz authorized state disaster assistance Wednesday, Dec. 5, for Wabasha County for damage sustained from severe thunderstorm and tornado damage on Sept. 24.
ST PAUL -- Minnesota's finances are faring better than they appeared at the end of the state Legislature's 2019 special session, according to state financiers.