Gov. Mark Dayton, with Mayo Clinic leaders, city officials and legislators, celebrates passage of the Destination Medical Center initiative in May 2013. Gov. Mark Dayton, with Mayo Clinic leaders, city officials and legislators, celebrates passage of the Destination Medical Center initiative in May 2013.
Domestic terrorism probe spotlights Minnesota FBI targets 'United Patriots of Minnesota 3%' after informant documents weapons violations, threats Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://on.sctimes.com/2vjMCiu To the FBI, they were part of a Minnesota militia group possibly gearing up for a violent showdown with the government. Members of the group, called United Patriots of Minnesota 3%, say they're nothing more than patriots defending hard-won liberties secured by a handful of forefathers who stood against tyranny.
ALBERT LEA, Minn.- With Election Day less than three weeks away, the campaign trail is heating up. Not just in the race for the White House, but also locally.
The balloons hadn't even begun to drop after Hillary Clinton's speech at the Democratic National Convention this summer when pundits started scoring the way she sounded. There was Brit Hume of Fox News complaining about Clinton's "not-so-attractive voice" and saying, "She tends to accelerate her delivery and speak louder and sterner."