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New Senate ads attack Tina Smith for undermining law enforcement

U.S. Senate candidate Jason Lewis, who’s running against Democratic Sen. Tina Smith, has launched an ad attacking her for siding with the “defund the...

Senate testimony shows Minneapolis sent Walz ‘early’ and ‘detailed’ request for...

A written testimony provided to the Senate Public Safety Committee in August and released last week shows Minneapolis officials sent Gov. Tim Walz an...

27 charged so far in connection to August riots

A total of 27 individuals have been charged with various crimes in connection to the riots that erupted in downtown Minneapolis last month. The 27...

Minneapolis rioters indicted with arson of Third Precinct

Several Minnesotans have been accused of committing arson during the Minneapolis anti-police riots in late May. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Minnesota...

The latest: 130 arrests made, more than 30 businesses looted, curfew...

At least 33 people were arrested Wednesday night in downtown Minneapolis as a second wave of looting and rioting hit the city. “Troopers and Minnesota...

Alpha News reporter robbed at gunpoint by Minneapolis rioters

Alpha News reporter Kyle Hooten was robbed at gunpoint in downtown Minneapolis Wednesday night while covering a fresh wave of looting and rioting. Hooten was...

Following violent assault, Minnesota Freedom Fund will improve ‘internal procedures’

A Minnesota nonprofit that blindly bails out violent offenders from jail said it will improve its “internal procedures” after one of its beneficiaries assaulted...

Malkin: One Nation Under Anarcho-Tyranny

The America you grew up in is not the America we live in now. One nation under God? Ha. Land of the free? Ha. Domestic tranquility? Ha. Equal...

Minnesota Lawmaker Asks Federal Government to Withhold Transportation Funds if Highway...

A Minnesota lawmaker has asked the federal government to withhold federal transportation funds from the state if leaders continue to allow protesters to block...