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Amy Klobuchar is running for president in 2020. Here’s everything we know about the candidate and how she stacks up against the competition.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar went from corporate lawyer to a county prosecutor, and now a US Senator and 2020 presidential candidate.
Amy Klobuchar’s hot dish recipe shows how female candidates have to go to great lengths to prove they’re likable
Political and gender bias experts told Business Insider the focus on her domesticity reveals some of the challenges women face in politics.
Nearly $1 million in counterfeit cash — all of it in $1 bills — was seized by customs officials in Minnesota
The shipment of 45 cartons stuffed with counterfeit money traveled from China to Minnesota, CBP officials said.
A 56-year-old man charged with murder told authorities he ‘accidentally’ shot his friend after she honked her horn at him
Angelo Borreson is accused of fatally shooting Angela Wynne, 51, when she arrived at his house early and honked at him to hurry up, reports indicate.
More schools have been eliminated, and now thanks to a weekend of chaos, we are down to only 11 teams.
Senior citizens in Minnesota now share their living space with a surprising band of roommates: College students
Students from Winona State University have moved into Senior Living at Watkins, an assisted living facility, as they begin their next semester.
Krispy Kreme is giving 500 boxes of doughnuts to a student after trying to shut down his business reselling them in his hometown
Krispy Kreme is encouraging Jayson Gonzalez to continue his business venture after initially telling him to stop all operations.
The American Dream megamall is opening after more than 20 years of anticipation. Here’s what the Mall of America looked like when it opened 27 y...
The American Dream megamall opens Friday. Here's what the Mall of America looked like when it opened 27 years ago.
Trump spent his first rally since the impeachment inquiry mocking Biden for ‘kissing Barack Obama’s a–‘ and launching into a t...
President Donald Trump spent a large portion of the nearly two-hour rally attacking his political opponents, like Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden.
The woman said the alleged incident involving Franken "rocked her confidence" at a time when she was considering running for office.