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Personality tests are popular, but do they capture the real you?
It can be a lot of fun taking those back-of-the-magazine personality tests. But tests may be less fun when they are used by employers to make big life decisions on hiring and job performance. ...
NPR battleground map: Florida, Pennsylvania move in opposite directions
Florida goes from toss up to leaning Democrat, and Pennsylvania moves from leaning Democrat to toss up. Overall, though, Clinton would beat Trump if she just wins states that at least lean in her direction. ...
As Trump defies expectations of faith, might we be entering a new era?
Voters have long demanded that their presidential candidates demonstrate outward signs of religious faith. So far in 2016, that may be changing -- though some evangelicals are uneasy at the prospect. ...
Brexit: What's race got to do with it?
Why did the U.K. just vote for something so economically disastrous? Some point to racial tension resulting from record levels of immigration within the EU. ...
'Space Fence' is Crenlo's next frontier
Crenlo, best known for making industrial and agricultural vehicle cabs for clients such as Caterpillar and John Deere, recently landed a subcontract with Lockheed Martin for 16 high-end, specialized electronics cabinets made by its Emcor enclosure division. ...
Rare procedure in U.S. promises amputee quality of life
There's a question that's plagued Breckenridge, Minnesota, resident Anthony Reff for more than 10 years: Why him? ...
Wildlife rehab: 'Animals enrich our lives'
Linda Peck, one of about 75 licensed wildlife rehabilitators in Minnesota, last year received 154 animals for rehabilitation, including 29 species of birds and 11 species of mammals. ...
St. Paul composer retreats to Afton for nature's soundtrack
St. Paul composer Steve Heitzeg is spending the summer listening to and recording sounds at Belwin Conservancy in Afton as one of the organization's first artists-in-residence. ...
Sunny and breezy, much less humid
Dew point temperatures Saturday afternoon were in the tropical 70s over much of Minnesota. Dew points will be in the comfortable upper 40s to lower 50s today. Impress your friends with this weather nugget: there is about half as much water in the air today, compared to yesterday! Breezy with lots of ...
Cooler and less humid
Severe thunderstorms moved across parts of central and northeastern Minnesota Saturday afternoon and evening, with reports of wind damage and some large hail. Severe thunderstorms also clipped the northern portion of the Twin Cities metro area. Here are some severe weather reports, courtesy of the T ...
Watch cancelled for most of metro area
As of 830 p.m., the only remaining Minnesota counties in a severe thunderstorm watch are Dakota county in the southeast corner of the Twin Cities metro area, and Goodhue county. From St. Croix and Pierce counties of Wisconsin northeastward, the severe thunderstorm watch continues to 11 p.m. this eve ...
Severe thunderstorms are possible
Some strong to severe thunderstorms are expected this afternoon and evening over much of Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The Storm Prediction Center of the National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch until 9 p.m. for central through northeastern Minnesota and parts of northwestern Wisconsin ...
A sultry then stormy Saturday
Hot and humid Today will be hot and humid. That’s the easy part of the forecast. Expect highs to range from the low 80s in northern Minnesota to the low 90s in the south. The Twin Cities should reach about 90. Dew points across much of the state will climb into the very muggy low… ...
Buying health coverage outside work? Get used to less choice
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota's retreat from individual and family coverage reflects a national trend. Experts say the plans attract too many high-cost consumers, forcing insurers to boost premiums, eat losses or bail out. ...
Recycling moving to St. Paul alleys
The city has signed a 64-month deal with Eureka Recycling to provide single sort recycling, and many residents will no longer have to put their recycling on the front curbs. ...
They waited 50 years to get married, but death robbed them of a first anniversary
A year ago Sunday, Jack Evans and George Harris became the first same-sex couple to be married in Dallas County. But they were icons in the city for more than 50 years, about the length of time the two had been together before finally being allowed to get married. ...
Strong thunderstorms possible Saturday afternoon, night
Our best chance of severe weather in the Twin Cities appears to be from about mid-afternoon into early evening on Saturday. ...
Skol! Weekend warriors swing the steel, Viking style
The History Channel has made Vikings cool and stoked interest in Viking-age reenactments. That includes reliving the hand-to-hand combat that made the Norsemen feared. Some would-be Vikings will battle Saturday in Moorhead. ...
Bernie Worrell, 'Wizard Of Woo,' dies at 72
The influential keyboardist and composer had been diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer. Worrell was a key member of Parliament-Funkadelic and played with the Talking Heads. ...
Global stocks tumble after Britain votes to leave the EU
Stunned investors reacted by rushing to the safety of gold and U.S. government bonds as they wondered what will come next for Britain, Europe and the global economy. ...
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, the one of the state’s largest health care insurers, announced they would no longer be selling plans to individuals and families in Minnesota starting in 2017. Are you worried about how this could affect your coverage?
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