Minnesota lawmakers propose major changes to traffic stop laws


GOP White House hopefuls move forward as Trump considers run
In this March 5, 2021, file photo protesters supporting former President Donald Trump march down Fifth Avenue on their way towards Times Square in New York. Trump ended his presidency with such a firm grip on Republican voters that party leaders fretted he would freeze the field of potential 2024 candidates, delaying preparations as he teased another run. Instead, many Republicans with national ambitions are openly laying the groundwork for campaigns as Trump continues to mull his own plans.

Biden keeps Trump's record-low cap on refugees
President Joe Biden speaks about Russia in the East Room of the White House, Thursday, April 15, 2021, in Washington.

US setting up $1.7B national network to track virus variants
President Joe Biden delivers a speech on infrastructure spending at Carpenters Pittsburgh Training Center, Wednesday, March 31, 2021, in Pittsburgh.

Walz appoints new Department of Commerce commissioner
Grace Arnold

Iran starts enriching uranium to 60%, its highest level ever
A satellite photo from Planet Labs Inc. shows Iran's Natanz nuclear facility on Wednesday, April 14, 2021. Iran’s supreme leader says the offers being made at the Vienna talks over his country’s tattered nuclear deal “are not worth looking at.” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the comment Wednesday in a speech on the first day of Ramadan in Iran.

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, center, waves, on his departure for the U.S., at Haneda airport, in Tokyo Thursday, April 15, 2021. Suga headed to Washington on Thursday to become a first foreign leader to have a face-to-face meeting with President Joe Biden for talks that would reaffirm the strength of their alliance and how to deal with China's growing assertiveness and challenge to democratic values.

Biden meets Japan's leader to boost China-facing alliances


US says Russia was given Trump campaign polling data in 2016
US expels Russian diplomats, imposes new round of sanctions
Blinken in Afghanistan to sell Biden troop withdrawal
US Capitol Police watchdog to testify on Jan. 6 failures
FILE - In this June 19, 2012 file photo, then Commodity Futures Trading Commission chairman Gary Gensler testifies before the House Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington. The Senate has approved President Joe Biden’s choice of Gensler to head the Securities and Exchange Commission, signaling an emphasis on investor protection for the Wall Street watchdog agency after a deregulatory stretch during the Trump administration.

Senate OKs tough former regulator as market watchdog chief


Executive Council approves 30-day extension of governor's emergency powers
Biden begins to undo Trump's ban on abortion referrals
Pelosi invites Biden to address Congress on April 28
DFL lawmakers want to put budget talks on hold to focus on policing

US to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11

New Mexico governor signs bill to legalize recreational pot

White House issuing reports on states' infrastructure needs

Trump goes after Pence, McConnell in speech to party donors


Business faces tricky path navigating post-Trump politics


Biden sees 'win' for US in electric vehicle battery deal


Increased screen time, poor diet linked to juvenile weight gain during pandemic
Pig's head left at former home of Chauvin defense witness
After child dies, US regulator warns about Peloton treadmill

Experts: Jury instructions as important as evidence in Chauvin trial


Carjacking suspect dead after shootout with police on Highway 13 in Burnsville

State Patrol: Fatal crash in Lowry Tunnel closes westbound lanes of I-94 in Minneapolis

Minnesota lawmakers propose major changes to traffic stop laws

EXCLUSIVE: Daunte Wright's family, national civil rights leaders call for change

Ohio State Highway Patrol to send troopers to Minnesota this week