JOE BIDEN

Fargo homeowner flies f*** Biden flag

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Two flags are flying over South Fargo. One is upside down. The other contains profanity referring to President Joe Biden and those who voted for him. Fargo Police received a complaint about the flags flying over a home in South Fargo. The City Attorney’s Office says it’s looking into the matter. They tell us it’s not…

Dem-NPL Chair shares what a Biden Administration could mean for North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. — The chair of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL says she hopes North Dakotans will give the Biden-Harris administration a chance. Kylie Oversen says she recognizes that North Dakota remains deeply conservative and that some may feel anxious about a largely Democratic federal government.  However, she believes that the new administration will better our state by working to rebuild…

Marchers take to the streets in Fargo on Inauguration Day

Some people in the metro say a new administration in the White House doesn't mean much until real change is made

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — As President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are sworn into office in Washington, marchers take to the streets in Fargo. The “Solidarity March,” they say, is a call for people to come together and demand the changes they want to see this year and into the future. “Our officials from the very top, the…

Native American activists applaud reports that Biden will cancel Keystone XL permit

BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR) – A North Dakota-based Native American advocacy group is applauding reports that President-Elect Joe Biden plans to cancel the cross-border permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline. “This is a pivot point in history. Either we start recognizing the health of our Earth as the basis of civilization and progress, or we will find ourselves rich now at…

Unprecedented security in Washington for Biden’s inauguration

By: Amanda Rooker WASHINGTON – Following attacks on the U.S. Capitol last week. The FBI has issued a bulletin warning of threats to state capitols as well as the potential for further violence in DC. An unprecedented level of security in the nation’s capital. Road closures, seven foot fencing and boarded up buildings are all part of a downtown security…

LIVE: What Led To Rioters Storming U.S. Capitol

Will Tensions Escalate From Here Or Calm Down?

  FARGO, N.D. – MSUM Political Science Professor Dr. Barbara Headrick examines what led to the violent riots in Washington, D.C. Wednesday, and how they might impact our country moving forward. Categories: Morning – In The Studio Tags: D.C., Donald Trump, Dr. Barbara Headrick, JOE BIDEN, MSUM, politics, U.S. Capitol, Washington

President Trump Ends The Wait, Signs $900 Billion COVID Relief Package

WEST PALM BEACH, FL — A last-minute holiday gift out of Florida: President Donald Trump has signed a $900 billion pandemic relief package that will deliver long-sought cash to businesses and individuals. He was spotted earlier in the day on the golf course where he spent much of his holiday. It was learned that he planned to sign the bill…

Heitkamp remains on list for agriculture secretary

WASHINGTON – President-elect Joe Biden’s choices for secretary of agriculture are as diverse as the department of 100,000 employees that he or she would represent. The choice is especially critical this year as USDA provides extra aid for the hungry and oversees food production amid the pandemic. For Biden, the emerging choice between Rep. Marcia Fudge of Ohio, former Sen….

State board certifies Joe Biden as winner in Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota’s state canvassing board has unanimously certified the state’s election results. It’s an ordinarily routine task that drew closer attention due to President Trump’s efforts to delay it in key states. The board agreed 5-0 that Joe Biden defeated Trump in Minnesota by just over 233,000 votes, or about 7 percentage points. Biden therefore officially got…