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Why our lack of lunch breaks is bad for business
Research shows that only one in five five people take a break and actually leave their desks to eat. Worker creativity can take a big hit without a change of scenery. ...
Michael Brown's family will file civil suit over his death
The City of Ferguson and former Officer Darren Wilson would be named in the wrongful death lawsuit, attorney Daryl Parks said at a Thursday news conference. ...
Carlson CEO stepping down; top leadership retooled
The Twin Cities-based travel and hospitality giant said it plans to restructure its top leadership after Trudy Rautio leaves on May 1. ...
India threatens BBC over decision to air rape documentary in U.K.
The government, which has banned the Indian media from broadcasting India's Daughter or even showing clips from it pending an investigation, also ordered YouTube to take down the film. ...
Second-day proceedings under way in Boston Marathon trial
Jurors will hear more testimony in the trial of Dzhokar Tsarnaev, the accused bomber, a day after a dramatic admission of guilt and often-heartbreaking accounts from victims of the deadly 2013 attack. ...
Ballpark lights glow in downtown St. Paul
I was greeted by another reminder that the new St. Paul Saints ballpark might be one of the few publicly financed sports projects that actually makes a difference in a city. ...
Conditions at cookie plant raises ire of Girl Scout
A second-year Girl Scout in Rochester, N.Y., has forced the national organization to respond to her complaints that workers in a Louisville plant where Girl Scout cookies are made are treated 'terribly.' ...
N.D. lawmaker wants every newborn to get $5,000
Sen. Oley Larsen, R-Minot, came up with the idea that would have required the state-owned Bank of North Dakota to create a $5,000 account for each newborn of state residents, the Fargo Forum reports. The money could be used later in life to attend a state college, start a business, farm or buy a hou ...
MN ice-dam workers hailed as heroes in Boston
Those Minnesotan ice-dam specialists who rode to the rescue in Massachusetts are getting some Bostonian love today. ...
Warmer air 24 hours away
The warm up kicks in Friday as temps push well into the 30s. Pacific warmth builds this weekend, then peaks Tuesday with warmth pulsing into the Upper Midwest. ...
All clear after odor leads to evacuation of two U of M buildings
Minneapolis fire officials are letting people return to two University of Minnesota buildings after concerns of a chemical odor prompted a morning evacuation. ...
Prairie Island nuclear plant unit shut down
Operators of the Prairie Island nuclear plant in Red Wing have shut down a unit because of a fire alarm. Xcel Energy says there's no threat to public safety. ...
9 of 10 claims dismissed in Milwaukee archdiocese bankruptcy
A judge in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee bankruptcy has eliminated the largest number of sexual abuse claims to date in the 4-year-old case. ...
NewsCut: MNsure board member says 'This isn't working'
"Finding critics of MNsure, the state health exchange, isn't hard," writes Bob Collins on NewsCut. "But when Tom Forsythe says it's time to bury the current version of the troubled operation, he commands some attention." ...
Hillary Clinton asks State Dept. to release emails
Responding to concerns over her use of a personal email account to conduct official business while in office, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wants the public to have access to her emails. ...
The Daily Digest: King vs. Burwell edition
Your daily dose of Minnesota politics and policy. ...
U.N. to world: Eat less sugar
Public health advocates say the new World Health Organization sugar guidelines are an important tool to help push back against the food and beverage industry. ...
Anti-pollution documentary takes China by storm
Environmentalists are hailing a documentary about China's massive air pollution problem as an eye-opener for Chinese citizens. ...
Lawmakers elect 5 members to U of M governing board
The 11-member Board of Regents sets high-level policy at the University of Minnesota, and oversees its president. ...
Northwest oil terminal plan would mean jobs -- and more oil trains
Oil companies hope to build the nation's largest oil-by-rail terminal on the Columbia River in Washington. Proponents say it will bring economic growth, but others fear it could mean fiery accidents. ...
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