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4.5% average hike in 2015 MNsure health rates
Minnesota's rates will be the lowest of any in the nation and there will be more choices when the new enrollment period launches Nov. 15, the Commerce Department said. ...
Fall colors from space
NASA wins the Internet today for posting a picture showing fall colors visible from space. ...
Moorhead prez runs, raises $1.2 million
Last week, Minnesota State University - Moorhead President Anne Blackhurst went through a much tougher fund-raising stunt: Run 12.5 miles to raise money for the school. ...
How prepared is Minnesota for Ebola?
Public health officials said they are prepared to treat and contain the disease if an infected patient arrives. ...
Columnist: Put ‘coddled’ Mauer behind the plate again
Pioneer Press columnist Bob Sansevere has lit up the Internet today with his assertion that the Twins should put Joe Mauer back behind the plate to catch. ...
Racism on the editorial page
The Boston Herald, a Murdoch outfit, didn't even come close to trying to avoid a racist image in its editorial cartoon today. ...
STEM jobs, gender neutrality and Asian universities
A look at higher-education headlines from around the country -- and the world. ...
Former Idaho Sen. Craig ordered to pay for misused funds in airport bathroom case
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson found that Craig violated the Federal Election Campaign Act by converting campaign funds for personal legal expenses. ...
A concussion backlash? What’s a parent to do?
Has America gone too far in protecting its children from the concussions of youth sports such as football, hockey, and soccer? Some doctors apparently think so. ...
Multiple rain waves through Friday
A series of fronts, and two distinct low pressure waves will bring multiple rounds of showers. We may catch a break in rainfall tonight, before wave No. 2 rolls in Thursday. ...
Andover girls found in Burnsville after 'grave concerns' lead to search
The two 13-year-old were found in Burnsville Tuesday morning after going missing Monday night. An adult male is in custody. ...
In story of missing girls, an invasion of privacy
When two girls went missing overnight on Monday, public safety officials had little choice but to release their photographs and beg people on Facebook to repost. They did. And now we all know their names and faces. ...
Details of presidential security breaches expand
Despite more than three hours of questioning by lawmakers, Secret Service Director Julia Pierson neglected to mention another lapse in presidential security that occurred just days before. ...
Preventing worker burnout can boost the bottom line
Burnout at work seems like a fact of life, especially with employers cutting back on leave benefits. But some companies are trying novel fixes. ...
'Ello' aims for a return to ad-free social networking
Interest in a new social network points to intensifying concerns over issues like data mining, online bullying and privacy protection. ...
Ugliest accent? It’s not Minnesota
Gawker is hosting its periodic 'ugliest accent' competition, and we don't really have much of a chance. We're the 7th seed in this competition. ...
NoDak school district walks back ‘hooker’ comparison
School officials in Devils Lake, N.D., will hold a meeting with female students today and try -- again -- to convey a message about the problem with what they wear, this time without comparing them to hookers, apparently. ...
Prince trolls the Internet and the Internet loves it
Get off my lawn, Prince. ...
Minnesota hunter battles bear with knife and wins, but at a price
Brandon Johnson of North Branch has had surgery to repair two broken arms and a dislocated wrist. ...
Ebola in the US: What it means, what happens now
"There's all the difference in the world between the U.S. and parts of Africa where Ebola is spreading," a CDC official says. ...
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