Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is working with a national nonprofit to fight the "silent epidemic" of youth and young adult suicide.
The Minnesota Attorney General has filed lawsuits against two bars that opened Wednesday in defiance of Gov. Tim Walz’s COVID-related closures.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is among 23 attorneys general asking the Supreme Court to reject a lawsuit filed by the Texas attorney general that requests to invalidate millions of ballots in four key battleground states in the 2020 election.
The Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and Washington County Attorney Pete Orput said Friday they will review last Saturday’s police shooting of a naked, unarmed suspect in St. Paul.
A Tennesee-based security company that was searching for armed civilian guards to work polling sites in Minnesota has agreed to end their recruiting, the Minnesota attorney general says.
Minnesota’s Attorney General is investigating a company believed to be recruiting military veterans to serve as private security for the upcoming Nov. 3 election, his office announced Tuesday.
Minnesota AG Keith Ellison's office has contacted more than 70 organizers of recent events, concerned over how they handled coronavirus safety.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and partners are announcing a statewide initiative Thursday to help Minnesotans expunge their criminal records.
A lawsuit filed this week seeks to vacate the executive order issued by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz preventing evictions in the state during the pandemic.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is joining an effort in support of ending a plan that will reduce all counting efforts in the 2020 Census a month earlier than previously planned.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has joined a lawsuit being brought by 22 states against changes to the environmental review process by federal agencies brought by the Trump administration.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is joining a coalition of 14 states to sue the U.S. Postal Service in order to stop "drastic operational changes," which he says could impact timely mail delivery and affect the upcoming election.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is joining a lawsuit to challenge a new rule from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that would impact the visas for international students.
The Minnesota Attorney General says the state has filed a lawsuit against ExxonMobil, Koch Industries and the American Petroleum Institute for “deceiving” and “defrauding” Minnesotans about climate change.
Minnesota prosecutors acknowledged Wednesday that a Minneapolis police officer had his knee on the neck of George Floyd for 7 minutes, 46 seconds -- not the 8:46 that has become a symbol of police brutality -- but said the one-minute error would have no impact on the criminal case against four officers.
The Minnesota Board of Pardons granted the first posthumous pardon in state history to Max Mason, a black man convicted of rape in 1920 in a case that lacked evidence. Three other black men arrested for the same crime were pulled from a jail and lynched by a white mob in Duluth.
The Minnesota Board of Pardons will be considering a posthumous pardon for a man who was convicted in a 1920 rape, which sparked the Duluth lynchings.
After charges were filed against all four officers involved in the death of George Floyd Wednesday, a recent case against former Minneapolis Police Officer Mohamed Noor could provide clues as to what is next in the cases against Derek Chauvin and three other officers.
A Stearns County, Minnesota judge ruled Gov. Tim Walz has the right to issue his executive order requiring bars and restaurants to shut down during the pandemic after an Albany, Minn. bar announced its intent to violate the order last month.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced Sunday night that Attorney General Keith Ellison will lead the prosecution in the case of George Floyd's death.