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Officials: U.S. report finds racial bias in Ferguson police
A Justice Department investigation will allege sweeping patterns of discrimination within the Ferguson, Missouri, police department and at the municipal jail and court. ...
Tax breaks for seniors, veterans advance in House
Minnesota House Republicans went to work today on their pledge to give back to taxpayers a majority of the state’s nearly $1.9 billion budget surplus. ...
Best Buy boosts investor dividend as quarterly profit jumps
The nation's largest electronics chain raised its quarterly dividend 21 percent and plans to give shareholders an additional one-time payment after reporting a better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit. ...
Delegation responds to Netanyahu speech
Republicans praised the Israeli Prime Minister's address while Democrats were critical. ...
Minneapolis council moves to ban city investments in Big Oil
It's largely symbolic, since the city doesn't invest in fossil fuel firms. But a committee hearing on the matter drew many residents and students in support. ...
The secret history of knock-knock jokes
The story behind the simple repetitive wordplay jest is complicated and entertaining. ...
Boston Marathon couple splits
Not every love story can have a happy ending. Rebekah Gregory, 27, and Pete DiMartino, 30, were married 10 months ago. ...
Netanyahu blasts 'a very bad deal' with Iran in speech to Congress
The Israeli premier's remarks are a culmination of a controversy that began in January with he was invited -- without input from the White House -- to make the speech. ...
'Dead Wake' is Kerri's book pick
Erik Larson's latest follows the final days of the passengers and crew on the Lusitania, before a German submarine sunk the ship off the coast of Ireland in 1915. ...
Petraeus reaches plea deal with Justice Department
Former Gen. David Petraeus, whose military career has been overshadowed by charges that he provided classified data to his lover, will avoid a trial. ...
Hillary Clinton's use of personal email at State Dept. raises questions
The arrangement circumvented a process that could have automatically preserved Clinton's email communications in government archives. ...
Erling, Emmett, and the cure for what ails you
The day might yet come when we tire of KARE 11 storyteller Boyd Huppert's tales of the friendship of 90-year-old Erling Kindem and 4-year-old Emmett Rychner. Let the record show: That day is not today. ...
Weather whiplash: Blizzard, bitter cold, sudden thaw
Temps plunge by tonight across Minnesota as one more sub-zero smack rolls south. But 50s are a distinct possibility next week in the metro and southern Minnesota. ...
Honoring breast cancer efforts gets team bounced from playoffs
A Los Angeles-area high school girls basketball team has been disqualified from a postseason tournament because it wore uniforms to call attention to breast cancer research. ...
North Star bike festival will return this summer
The summer bike race attracts about 50,000 spectators and 250 professional bicyclists to the region. There are six races scheduled over five days from June 17-21. ...
Forest Service pitches swap with state to acquire BWCA land
For decades the state and federal government have failed to reach a deal. Environmental groups oppose a proposed swap of 30,000 acres. ...
Snow, wind vex MN drivers; I-94 reopens in Wright Co.
Blowing snow caused havoc Tuesday in parts of Minnesota. A mid-morning crash shut down Interstate 94 in Wright County. It's now reopened. The State Patrol reported 111 metro area crashes. ...
Ever cheat at Monopoly? So did its creator: He stole the idea from a woman
The game Charles Darrow sold in the 1930s bore a striking resemblance to a game Lizzie Magie patented in 1904. In "The Monopolists," Mary Pilon tells Monopoly's origin story. ...
Duluth mayor delivers final state of the city address
Don Ness called the first two years of his term a "profoundly awful" time for Duluth. But now, he says, the economy is good and quality of life for residents is better. ...
Little self-defense in Minnesota gun law, report suggests
The most interesting statistic in this year's concealed carry report: There was not a single case of a gun permitted under the carry law being used for self-defense. ...
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