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New poll shows tight GOP presidential race in Minnesota
Scott Walker, Donald Trump and Jeb Bush lead the Republican field in Minnesota in a new PPP poll. Among Minnesota Democrats the poll showed Hillary Clinton with 50 percent and Bernie Sanders with 32 percent. ...
Milwaukee archdiocese settles for $21 million
Archbishop Jerome Listecki says the settlement sets the stage for the archdiocese to close a bankruptcy proceeding that was filed in January 2011. ...
Mpls. youth basketball team could face future ban following assault arrests
Police say 8 to 10 teens insulted and then threw rocks and concrete at three homeless people. ...
Mpls. NAACP opens legal aid hotline after controversial arrest
The offerings also include a Facebook page and monthly office hours. ...
Minnesota DNR: Zebra mussels found in Meeker County lake
The invasive pests were found in Lake Stella. It appears to be the first confirmation of zebra mussels in Meeker County, west of Minneapolis. ...
Aspen Ideas Festival: Longevity in the 21st century
Stanford researcher Laura Carstensen says the majority of children spending time on playgrounds in the developed world right now will live to be one hundred, and even older. In most of human history, life was short. What are the challenges for an aging society? ...
Feds indict Mpls. gang members on revenge, drug charges
Federal authorities allege seven members of two allied south Minneapolis gangs conspired to sell drugs and commit violence against their rivals as part of a gang war. ...
Mille Lacs walleye: Many questions, a few answers
When it comes to walleye fishing on Lake Mille Lacs, Minnesota's would-be anglers are left without answers to some important ecological questions. ...
Mpls. VA: Meditation aids some vets struggling with PTSD
Researchers at the Minneapolis VA hospital found meditation techniques can help veterans of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq cope with post-traumatic stress disorder. ...
Ind. district lowers academic bar for student athletes
The action came despite a plea from former Notre Dame basketball coach 'Digger' Phelps, who showed up at a meeting this week to reinforce what he wrote in an op-ed last week. ...
Trophy hunting for conservation
Is it ethical to hunt animals that are threatened or endangered? For people who don't hunt big game, or understand its attraction, we explore the challenge and reward of the sport. ...
Dayton creates new environmental citizen board
It revives a semblance of a citizen input panel after the Legislature abolished a board with more-defined powers. ...
Should people get overtime for replying to off-hours messages?
Anyone familiar with the ping of a late-night e-mail, a weekend call from a boss or a mid-dinner glance at a text message has felt the inescapability of work in the age of smartphones. ...
Hillary Clinton to hold another Minnesota fundraiser
Clinton has added a high dollar fundraiser to her previously scheduled Minnesota visit. ...
Op-Ed: Political spending in the 2016 presidential race
Fred Wertheimer, founder of the nonprofit Democracy 21, predicts that whoever wins the 2016 presidential race will do so with the help of $500 million in unlimited spending from donors and advocacy groups. ...
Crowd surfing in a wheelchair
Frankly, we haven't been getting much material from the 'Department of People Are Pretty Great' lately, but it made up for it today with this nugget. ...
Your pill is printing: FDA approves first 3-D-printed drug
The company that makes Spritam says the pill dissolves quickly, even at the highest doses. ...
The status of abortion laws in America
Wisconsin recently banned all abortions after 20 weeks of gestation, with no exceptions. The law is one of many challenges to abortion laws across the country this year. ...
Aviator Beryl Markham soars again in 'Paris Wife' author's new book
Beryl Markham was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic from East to West. The British-born Kenyan woman was also a racehorse trainer, a writer and a fearless adventurer. ...
'Spies' is a cinematic account of Americans in war-torn Paris
Historian Alex Kershaw's latest book focuses on the true story of an American doctor and his family who worked with the French Resistance from their apartment in Paris. ...
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