Michele Bachmann says she'll be on board with the Republican ticket no matter who the party's presidential candidate is. The Minnesota Congresswoman says she just wants to see President Obama defeated in the fall.
Reward offered for information on 2021 double fatal shooting in St. Paul
It's been a year since Alejandro Rios and Michael Stewart were found dead on the sidewalk.
Reports: Poles to the Bears, Vikings 'may move quick' on Adofo-Mensah
That's according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
ND's Josh Duhamel to replace Estevez on 'Mighty Ducks' show
The reboot premiered in March 2021.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Tuesday, January 25
The test positivity rate has dropped for the first time since before Christmas.
Charges: Daughter admits to squeezing mom 'like a python,' killing her
She is charged with murder in her mom's death.
Video: Man harasses Jimmy John's workers, wishes death on them over mask mandate
"When are you going to start using that brain inside of your head," the man asks.
Michigan writer: 'Don't count out the Vikings' on Jim Harbaugh
Are the Vikings a dark horse to hire Michigan's head coach?
St. Louis Park PD release photos of vehicle involved in shooting on I-394
A man was shot multiple times as he drove down I-394 last week.
Perfect 10: Gophers gymnasts make history with two perfect scores
Mya Hooten and Ona Loper were literally perfect on Monday night.
Bachmann finally ready to endorse Romney
Mitt Romney's presidential campaign says the presumptive Republican nominee will appear with Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann in Portsmouth, Virginia, Thursday afternoon. Bachmann recently said she delayed endorsing her party's candidate because she was working behind the scenes to bring various Republican factions together.
Former rivals salute Bachmann as she exits race
Mitt Romney calls Bachmann a 'friend and strong competitor.' Newt Gingrich says she is 'a considerable talent' with 'great courage.' Those are among the praises for Bachmann by other GOP presidential candidates she sparred with during the campaign.
Bachmann TV ad hits airwaves one-day before Iowa caucuses
Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann was born and raised in Iowa. The presidential candidate is reminding Iowa's Republican caucus voters of those roots in her only TV ad airing less than 24-hours before Tuesday's caucuses. The Des Moines Register reports the spot started airing across the state Monday.
Bachmann says social issues were key on caucus night
Michele Bachmann says the Obama administration's new requirement that employers include contraception in their health plans helped make social issues a priority for Republicans on Tuesday. She says Rick Santorum's victories were "a shot across the bow" but the Congresswoman does not think Republican voters have made up their minds about who they want to challenge President Obama.
Bachmann says she'll pick up former Cain supporters
Michele Bachmann says her presidential campaign began hearing from former Herman Cain supporters on the same day Cain withdrew from the field of Republican candidates. A new Des Moines Register poll shows Bachmann running fourth in Iowa, where caucuses are less than a month away.
No endorsement from Bachmann before Minnesota Caucus
WCCO reports the Minnesota Congresswoman will not endorse a GOP candidate for president before the Tuesday Caucus in Minnesota. Rep. Michele Bachmann told Esme Murphy she reserves the right, but won't be backing a candidate anytime soon. Since ending her bid for the White House, she is now seeking a fourth term representing Minnesota's 6th district.
Washington Post: for better or worse, Bachmann is unwavering in her beliefs
A profile of the Minnesota Congresswoman concludes that the steadfastness of her beliefs works both for and against her. Admirers say she tells it like it is. Occasionally, the facts disagree with her convictions.
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