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Lashing out against critical reports, White House bars outlets from briefing
The move blocked reporters from CNN, The New York Times and others from participating and was seen at least in part as retaliation for a Thursday CNN piece on White House-FBI communications. ...
Trump administration weighs increased scrutiny of refugees' social media
The Obama administration began checking social media accounts of prospective Syrian refugees more than a year ago. Such steps could expand as President Trump prepares a new executive order on vetting. ...
For local officials with family ties, transparency counts
Disclosure statements for public officials help the public sort out possible conflicts of interest. One observer thinks it would be helpful for voters if candidates were required disclose information about their spouses and partners. ...
Bird advocates say U.S. Bank stadium is 'most dangerous building'
The Audubon Society chapter of Minneapolis presented the findings of an informal survey of the area around the stadium, running from August — when the stadium opened — through November. ...
Actors bring old radio dramas to the stage
In public performances as well as podcasts, classic audio plays are finding new ears. ...
Democrats hope rural voters will come back
The red and blue political maps are stark. There's not much blue away from the U.S. coasts, as Republicans tighten their grip on rural America. That's not lost on Democrats, who acknowledge they've got a problem. ...
Homeland Security intel report disputes threat posed by travel ban nations
Analysts at the Homeland Security Department's intelligence arm found insufficient evidence that citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries included in President Donald Trump's travel ban pose a terror threat to the United States. ...
St. Paul district could assume control of Crosswinds school
The St. Paul school district is proposing a takeover of the state-run Crosswinds Arts and Science school in Woodbury. ...
Blizzard rages south, grading forecast model performance
European model outperforms shifty U.S. forecast models again. ...
White House bars major news outlets from press briefing
News organizations including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN and Politico were blocked from joining a White House media gaggle. ...
National Weather Service explains what went ‘wrong’ in forecast
The Internet picked an odd time to suddenly demand 100% accuracy. ...
Hard work and easy money: Trucks in the water
The fishing is good on area lakes, and the vehicles seem to be biting thanks to the bait being used: warmer temperatures and drivers who aren't all that bright at times. ...
Some reporters banned from White House briefing
The war on the free press was ratcheted up today when press secretary Sean Spicer moved the daily briefing from the White House briefing room to his office. ...
Could a bumblebee learn to play fetch? Probably
Scientists found that bumblebees are nimble learners, especially when there's a sugary reward at the end. No wonder they're such good pollinators. ...
And now, our National Anthem
There was am awfully sweet moment before the Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Falcons vs. the Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg Saints girls' basketball game last night, a combination of sportsmanship and patriotism. ...
New chair joins U.S. Bank Stadium board, new CEO appointed
The incoming chair of the agency that runs U.S. Bank Stadium urged state officials to act quickly if they want to restructure the stadium panel. ...
American Birkebeiner ski race canceled
Warm weather and a lack of snow have forced organizers to cancel the annual Birkebeiner cross country ski race near Hayward, Wisconsin. ...
Vikings' stadium board at full strength after resignations
The oversight body for the Minnesota Vikings' stadium is back at full strength after controversy surrounding its use of luxury suites sparked a leadership exodus. ...
A threat to pedestrians: freedom
Drivers with cellphones aren't the only ones who cherish freedom. So do people in crosswalks. ...
Life lessons in a death notice
Jean Oddi died on Monday in Columbus, Ohio and the local newspaper -- the Columbus Dispatch -- appropriately observed the unwritten rule of good obituaries: You don't edit out swear words when the departed write their own obit. ...
Do you support the bill working its way through the Legislature that would repeal the ban on Sunday liquor store sales?
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