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Congress strikes deal on 5-year transportation bill
For the first time in a decade, congressional leaders have agreed on a long-term bill to fix, maintain and expand the nation's roads, bridges, rails and mass transit. ...
Zuckerberg is a dad, and he's giving away most of his money
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife will commit 99 percent of their Facebook stock to charity. ...
Minn. historian Hy Berman passes away at 90
Berman grew up on the east coast, but embraced the history of his new home after he was hired by the University of Minnesota in 1961. ...
Decision looms on use of medical pot for pain
The Minnesota Health Department is set to announce whether it will expand the legal use of medical marijuana to cover people with intractable pain. ...
Gallery show uses art to give empathy a shot in the arm
Alarmed by social trends, Instinct Art Gallery's director assembled an exhibition that's all about seeing through the eyes of others. ...
The bride, the burger, and a hockey game means instant fame for couple
Not since 'the lady in pink' has the state of hockey been so smitten with an attendee at a Minnesota Wild game. ...
Hallberg's Picture of Health: The Undiagnosed Diseases Network
An effort at the National Institutes of Health seeks to provide an innovative approach to study mystery conditions and help patients with yet-to-be-diagnosed diseases. ...
What happens when the feds investigate a police shooting?
Two former Justice Department officials explain what a federal investigation into a police shooting entails, how long it takes and what potential outcomes might be. ...
'Fargo' recap: You gonna be nice?
Peggy and Ed Blumquist get away to the cabin for the weekend -- and they have a man in their trunk for the trip. ...
'Dying Words: The AIDS reporting of The New York Times' Jeff Schmalz'
Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day. This hour, a documentary about New York Times reporter Jeff Schmalz, who covered AIDS while he was dying of the disease. ...
The two-minute bridge
The new bridge over the St. Croix River is taking longer to construct than expected, but this time-lapse video, just released by the Minnesota Department of Transportation, is still a riveting testimony to the industriousness of humans. ...
UnitedHealth CEO terms ACA exchange growth a 'bad decision'
The Minnetonka-based insurer lowered its 2015 outlook last month after detailing steep losses from the public insurance exchange business. ...
Dayton asks House GOP leaders for special session
Gov. Dayton made a formal request in writing to House Speaker Kurt Daudt to agree to a special session to help address economic disparities. ...
NASA uses lessons from space to design an efficient building
Named Sustainability Base, a NASA facility in California is a model for energy-efficient federal buildings. It's powered by a fuel cell like those used on spacecraft and recycles water for flushing. ...
10 things to know about the U.N. climate talks in Paris
Leaders from around the world are converging on Paris for the 2015 U.N. Climate Change Conference. Listen to our special coverage to find out what you should know and what's at stake. ...
'Unprecedented': What ISIS looks like in America
A new report glimpses life "inside the bubble of American ISIS sympathizers, a diverse and diffuse scene that the FBI estimates include hundreds, if not thousands, of individuals." ...
Autopsy confirms body is that of missing St. Cloud man
Twenty-four-year-old Tyler Berg had been missing since Nov. 22. Volunteers searching a marsh near Monticello Sunday afternoon discovered the body. ...
Chicago Mayor Emanuel asks police chief to resign
Protesters called for police Superintendent Garry McCarthy to be fired over the shooting death of a black teenager. ...
Tearing down Edina
Here's something you don't hear every day. A neighbor applauding the tear-downs happening on her street. ...
'Suspicious' results force Minn. nursing aides to retake exam
State health officials say 569 people must retake tests to become federally qualified nursing assistants after "suspicious" patterns were found in testing at Inver Hills Community College. ...
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