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FAA proposes $1.9 million fine against photo company over drone use
The Federal Aviation Administration said it was the largest civil penalty the agency has ever proposed after drone use allegedly endangered airspace safety. ...
Renoir? You call that art?
Max Geller has a sense of humor, but he also thinks Renoir is a lousy painter. So he combined his two passions yesterday in an ironic protest outside Boston's famed Museum of Fine Arts, protesting that a Renoir or two graces its galleries. ...
Fantasy sports sites face questions about games' integrity
Two leading fantasy sports companies are promising to protect "the integrity of the games" they offer customers, after an employee released lineup information early. ...
Behind the Twin Cities Marathon photo
One of the most interesting thing about marathons is nobody really cares who wins the things except for the most hard-core running fans. Instead, it's this scene (and dozens like it) that captures the essence of Sunday's Twin Cities Marathon. ...
Jesso's new song about living in L.A.
Tobias Jesso Jr. is performing Tuesday night at the Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. ...
The awkward interview of the day: Chrissie Hynde
David Greene's job is to ask tough questions but his interview today -- or at least the way it was edited for broadcast -- was more about what a tough interview it was for him because Hynde was clearly tired of answering the same, old questions about her book, Reckless: My Life as a Pretender, ...
1 dead in St. Paul shooting
Police said they were still searching for a suspect this morning. ...
Dry spell ends this week, another perfect weekend?
Today is the 12th consecutive day without measurable rain in the Twin Cities. In the past 18 days we've managed just .44" at MSP Airport. We could use a minor soaking, and that should happen Wednesday night. ...
50 years ago today, Sandy Koufax became a Jewish MVP
Fifty years ago today, Sandy Koufax -- perhaps the greatest pitcher of his generation -- sat in the St. Paul Hotel while his team, the Los Angeles Dodgers, played game one of the World Series against the Minnesota Twins in Bloomington. ...
Punk icon Patti Smith releases second memoir, 'M Train'
Singer Patti Smith's latest book is a poetic, free-flowing memoir. In 2010, her memoir 'Just Kids' -- about her relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe -- won a National Book Award. ...
Stolen 100-pound pumpkin returned to South Dakota grower
Matthew Murraine says whoever took the giant pumpkin had tried to carve it. ...
Root River Trail pie shop may close
While you think about whether you really want to go to work today, let's just plant this idea in your head: Run a pie shop, instead. ...
Death toll in record Carolinas flooding now at 13
Record rainfall is expected to taper off in much of South Carolina today. ...
Daily Digest: Trade deal or no deal?
Some items in the news as you start your Tuesday. ...
Twin Cities Catholics weigh in on new archbishop
About 150 Catholics gathered in St. Paul Monday to tell Archbishop Bernard Hebda what they'd like to see in a new archbishop of the Twin Cities archdiocese. ...
Should physician-assisted suicide be legalized nationally?
Today we welcome members of the University of Minnesota debate team to argue national legislation for physician-assisted suicide. ...
Physics Nobel awarded for work on neutrinos' metamorphosis
Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur B. McDonald of Canada both found that neutrinos shift identities like chameleons in space. ...
Debate rages as 'Cadillac tax' gets closer
Beginning in 2018, the government will impose heavy financial penalties on employer-provided health plans it deems overly generous. But some lawmakers hope to cancel the tax altogether. ...
A grandpa who can’t live alone pitches Cheerios
General Mills has done it again with its latest ad for Cheerios. ...
Protest at MN Marathon
Do you think Black Lives Matter should protest during this Sunday’s Twin Cities Marathon?
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