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Jeff Sessions says he'll continue working as Attorney General as long as President Trump wants him to.

Sessions Says He'll Remain as Long as Trump Wants


Former Democrat, Marine Launches Campaign against Baldwin

Michigan Governor Signs Tax breaks for Companies Adding Jobs

Trump to Bar Transgender Individuals from Serving in U.S. Military

Sen. Johnson says No Consensus on Where to Go on Health Care

Trump Continues Criticism of Sessions

McCain Delivers Passionate Speech in Senate Return

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McCain Casts Vote to Take Up Health Care Bill


Mich. Gov. Vetoes Bills to Speed Up Sales Tax Break on Trade-Ins


McCain to Come Back to Senate Tuesday

Former Minn. GOP Chair Downey Enters Race for Governor

Ryan Says Special Counsel Mueller is Not 'Biased Partisan'

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Trump Tweets Frustration with Republicans
Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt Relents on Pay Raises
Trump Asserts Pardon Power in Tweets
Spicer Resigns as White House Spokesperson
Minnesota Legislators Sue for $14K Raise
Wisconsin GOP Moves to Relax Property Regulations
Sessions Says He Will Remain in Office
Trump Declines Invitation to Speak at NAACP Convention

926-Pound Shark Caught in New Jersey


Sessions Says He'll Remain as Long as Trump Wants

Police: One-Armed, Machete-Wielding Clown Arrested

Mexican Border Wall Prototypes Delayed

Military Chief: No Change Yet in Transgender Policy

Ford Recalling 117,000 Vehicles for Safety Defect

Egypt Forming Group to Confront Terrorism

Wildfires Continue in Portugal

State Dept. Warns Tourists of Possibly Tainted Alcohol in Mexico

Trump to Bar Transgender Individuals from Serving in U.S. Military

TSA Expands New Procedure for Inspecting Large Electronics

Scalise Discharged from Hospital, Beginning Rehabilitation

Fires Force Evacuation of Thousands in France

Trump Continues Criticism of Sessions

McCain Delivers Passionate Speech in Senate Return

Foxconn Pushes Wis. on Highly Skilled Jobs
Public Memorial Set for Justine Damond
Oregon Scientists Do First Human Gene Embryo Editing in US
Study Says E-cigarettes Might Help Smokers Quit
Emily's Eatery on Knife River Has Opened for Business
Starbucks to Close All Teavana Stores

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Judge Rules for Legislature in Funding Flap; Dayton to Appeal


Standalone Repeal of Obamacare in Doubt as 3 in GOP Say No


Federal Records: Hastert Released from Prison in Minnesota


Walker Signs 11 Bills to Fight Opioids


McCabe Files Paperwork to Set Up Wis. Gubernatorial Campaign


McConnell Defers Action on Health Care Vote


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Forest Service Open House Stirs up Controversy

The section of the Line 5 Pipeline runs from Superior to Port Huron, Michigan.

Fond Du Lac Breaks Ground on $8 Million Broadband Project

Fond Du Lac Breaks Ground on $8 Million Broadband Project

Stop For School Buses; Increase in Fines

Motorists failing to stop for school buses when the flashing lights and crossing arm is fully extended will face a higher fine come August 1.

Stingless Wasps Released in Hartley for EAB Control

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture brought three different parasitoid wasp species to Hartley Thursday.

Cliffs' CEO Sees Positive Things Ahead for Industry, Company

Lourenco Goncalves at United Taconite in May

Lego Camp: 'Being Technologically Illiterate, Can't Be an Option'

Lego Camp: 'Being Technologically Illiterate, Can't Be an Option'

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