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A letter from Walter Palmer
Walter Palmer, the dentist who shot a lion in Zimbabwe, igniting a worldwide firestorm, has penned a letter to his practice's patients. ...
Cecil the Lion protest planned at MN hunter's dental office
Dr. Walter James Palmer, 55, is facing calls that he be held accountable for poaching. ...
MnDOT: I-94 westbound closed north of Rogers
A section of highway has buckled, according to officials. Drivers should expect long delays through the area until further notice. ...
Windows 10 rolls out, along with concern over sharing Wi-Fi passwords
The new operating system includes user-friendly features, such as a personal assistant named Cortana. But its Wi-Fi Sense feature has sparked security concerns. ...
Afghan government says Mullah Omar 'died in April 2013'
Previous reports of the death of the Taliban's spiritual leader have swirled in the past and have been unreliable. ...
Book briefs: Spend the night in a bookstore
A new hotel in Japan lets bookworms curl up for a night in the stacks. ...
Do you support reducing the sentences of drug offenders?
Nearly half of all current federal prisoners are serving sentences for drug crimes. ...
U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah Sr., of Philadelphia, indicted on corruption charges
The Justice Department alleges that Fattah was involved in a wide-ranging conspiracy that included bribery, the illegal use of campaign contributions and theft of charitable funds. ...
The Great Carport Uprising of 2015 underway in Burnsville
They're coming for your carports, Burnsville! ...
480 on Minn. Iron Range face layoffs as United Taconite idles plants
Cliffs Natural Resources will temporarily idle its United Taconite mine in Eveleth, Minn., and its pellet plant in Forbes, Minn., company officials said Wednesday. ...
Dayton: Mille Lacs walleye woes require special session
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is proposing a special legislative session sometime next month to consider an emergency financial aid package for resorts and other businesses in the Mille Lacs Lake area. ...
Marlon James' 'Seven Killings' on longlist for Man Booker Prize
The Man Booker Prize is one of the most prestigious literary prizes in the world. This is only the second year that writers from outside the British Commonwealth have been eligible to compete. ...
Minnesota dentist made Jimmy Kimmel cry
Jimmy Kimmel is no fan of Walter Palmer. ...
Tina Fey accidentally explains how Netflix is like podcasting
On demand is on demand, as it turns out, whether it's video or audio. Even Tina Fey says so. ...
Surf’s up: Gale warnings for Lake Superior
An unusually strong low pressure system for late July is swirling through Ontario, Canada today. The strong pressure gradient around the spinning low will crank up gale force winds across Minnesota and Lake Superior. ...
University of Minnesota: East Bank clear after gas leak
University of Minnesota officials gave the all clear Wednesday morning following a warning of a gas leak on the East Bank campus. ...
Literary mysteries: The string of plane crashes that inspired Judy Blume's new book
In the 1950s, three planes crashed in Judy Blume's hometown in just 58 days. She buried the memories for decades, but they come to the forefront in her new book "In the Unlikely Event." ...
Some youths find probation more challenging than juvenile detention
Nationwide, juvenile incarceration has dropped by half since 1999 -- but the probations that have replaced it hold teens to sometimes subjective standards and often include electronic monitoring. ...
Speaker Daudt open to ideas to help Mille Lacs area resorts
Gov. Mark Dayton said he might call a special session of the Legislature to discuss providing aid for resorts and businesses around the lake. ...
Should taxpayers bail out Lake Mille Lacs resorts?
There are several elements to the story worthy of discussion: Can the future of the lake and the present of the lake co-exist anymore? What other business deserves a state bailout? ...
Do you think the presidential race has become too hostile?
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