Michele Bachmann's former campaign chief is doling out some more harsh criticism. "There's no substance" to her campaign, he tells ABC News.
Target gives first look at some of its Deal Days discounts
The Minneapolis retailer is holding its Deal Days event earlier than ever, in an attempt to drive sales after a turbulent year.
Man dies after crashing truck into western Wisconsin lake
The victim was unable to make it to shore despite being able to get out of his truck.
Sheriff: Man who didn't return to campsite died in ATV crash
It happened at the Foothills State Forest and Spider Lake ATV Recreation Area
Chinese billionaire settles lawsuit over alleged rape in Minneapolis
The tech billionaire was accused of sexually assaulting a University of Minnesota student in 2018.
Frontline worker payments: Over a million Minnesotans to get $487.45
Gov. Tim Walz says the payments will start going out on Wednesday.
Ed Sheeran to bring North America stadium tour to Minneapolis
It's the second show announced for the Vikings stadium in 2023.
GOP candidate Kim Crockett won't commit to accepting election result
Crockett has been a proponent of conspiracy theories regarding the 2020 presidential election.
Charges: Man carjacked father, daughter as they loaded groceries outside Cub
The father grappled with the suspect after he had pointed a gun at his daughter.
Pilot, brother and sister killed when plane crashed into house are ID'd
The plane crashed into a house in Hermantown, Minnesota.
Rolled semi, livestock on freeway interchange in Woodbury
Traffic cameras showed what appeared to be hogs on the side of the road.
Reinbold guilty of murdering wife with 'particular cruelty'
Eric Reinbold, 46, was convicted of two counts of murder in the second degree in Pennington County Friday.
Armed assault suspect arrested after standoff in Waite Park
The standoff ended early Saturday when officer obtained a warrant for the home.
Bachmann pens op-ed: Beware of radical Islam
Rep. Michele Bachmann, under fire for allegations that the extremist Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated the U.S. government, defends her position Thursday in the Star Tribune. The Minnesota Republican writes: "It is my duty as a member of Congress to ask why the Obama administration has repeatedly undermined America's national security and bows to political correctness on issues related to radical Islam."
Bachmann's former campaign chief says she won't make it past Iowa
Ed Rollins tells MSNBC that Michele Bachmann doesn't have the "ability or the resources" to make it past Iowa in the presidential race.
Bachmann falls in Iowa, campaign manager leaves exit possiblity open
The tight race at the top of the ticket will have no bearing on the Iowa Caucus results for Michele Bachmann. After taking the Iowa Straw Poll in August, Bachmann returned to Iowa to finish in sixth place. When asked by the Associated Press whether she would continue on her campaign manager said 'I don't know yet.'
Bachmann still haunted by Iowa presidential campaign
Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., dropped out of the presidential race and moved on to her re-election campaign months ago, but her most recent filing with the Federal Election Commission indicates her presidential campaign still owes $935,000 to vendors. And a former aide on the campaign is suing the congresswoman, alleging that the campaign stole a private email list of Christian home school teachers.
Bachmann says she's not giving up on New Hampshire
Michele Bachmann tells Fox News her presidential campaign will replace New Hampshire staff members who quit last week. She says she has focused more time on Iowa because its presidential caucuses precede the New Hampshire primary.
Michele Bachmann's 'bitter and bizarre' home stretch to the Iowa Caucus
Two top Iowa campaign aides gone, claims of a campaign payoff, and invoking a former British Prime Minister. Michele Bachmann limps toward Tuesday's Iowa Caucus.
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