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Clinton says Trump is 'taking hate groups mainstream'
"From the start, Donald Trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia," Hillary Clinton said Thursday in Reno, Nev. ...
Longtime Star Tribune arts reporter Graydon Royce to retire
Star Tribune theater critic and arts reporter Graydon Royce is retiring after nearly four decades at the paper. He spoke with MPR News host Tom Weber about his career and the Minnesota theater scene. ...
A changing of the band at Prairie Home
Rich Dworsky is remaining with the show now that Garrison Keillor has retired. He'll be music director of an entirely new band, new host Chris Thile has announced, according to Current. ...
Crime and Walmart: Why shoplifters are hitting the big-box store
Shannon Pettypiece, co-author of an article "Walmart's Out-of-Control Crime Problem is Driving Police Crazy," explains why shoplifters find the big-box store to be an easy target. ...
In stunning reversal, Trump suggests he'd 'work with' immigrants in U.S. illegally
Donald Trump courted hard-liners on immigration in the primary campaign. But he signaled Wednesday night he'd be in favor of a path to legalization for some immigrants in the U.S. illegally. ...
Heads-up: Major lane closures next week for I-94 in St. Paul
Interstate 94 westbound will close overnight Monday into Tuesday and I-94 eastbound will close Wednesday night until Thursday morning, state transportation officials said Thursday. ...
EpiPen boss blames ‘the system’ for huge pharma price increase
It's true that business media speak a different language from earthlings, but we're still confused -- and a little impressed -- with Mylan's chief executive officer Heather Bresch's response to her company's shakedown of people who need to buy EpiPen's to be used during alle ...
Yes, Trump will be on Minnesota ballot
The Republican Party of Minnesota filed the last bit of paperwork Thursday to put its presidential ticket on the Minnesota ballot. ...
Watch: Squishy 'octobot' moves autonomously
The robot designed by a team from Harvard University moves without the help of any rigid parts. Researchers say it is the first proof-of-concept design for an entirely soft, autonomous machine. ...
Are we the earliest intelligent life in the universe?
A new paper suggests there are good reasons to predict that life will be increasingly common in the universe as the eons pass, says guest blogger Marc Kaufman. ...
WNBA president wants teams to have community conversations
WNBA president Lisa Borders outlined a plan to have teams and players hold conversations in the community similar to what Carmelo Anthony and the U.S. Olympic basketball teams did in Los Angeles last month. ...
Supreme Court affirms conviction in Mendota Heights officer's death
The Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of the man imprisoned for fatally shooting a Mendota Heights police officer and trying to kill the officers who arrested him. ...
Canada's Mounties say female officers can wear hijabs
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police confirmed Wednesday that it had recently changed its policy to allow the Muslim headscarf. ...
Filipino fisherman reveals 75-pound pearl he kept hidden for a decade
The fisherman's family says he found the pearl inside a giant clam near the island of Palawan and kept it under his bed. If confirmed, it would be far and away the largest natural pearl ever found. ...
Vikings say 2016 home games completely sold out
Interest in tickets leaped this year as fans snapped up seats for the Vikings' first season at U.S. Bank Stadium. The team said Thursday it's started a wait list. ...
Parsing the 'free' in free community college
A new report shows that covering tuition for community college means very different things in different states. ...
At 98, a WWII vet has ‘the best day of his life’
We’re suckers for tales of the Greatest Generation, and, apparently, so are the 5.5 million other people who’ve been delighted this week by the video of Ernie Thompson, 98, a World War II veteran who served on some famous ships during the war. A group of Navy petty officer candidates mar ...
Minnesota State Fair winning forecast
If you could order up your ideal weather for the opening day of the Minnesota State Fair, it would probably look much like today's sun-splashed 70s. Humidity will also be low today. ...
Ties that bind: It's Minnesota State Fair time again
The fair has been a special place for millions of Minnesotans since 1859. Heartfelt stories and wide smiles were easy to find Thursday morning as the gates swung open on Day One, 2016. ...
A last glimpse at St. Paul's old Woolworth building
A real estate firm planning to renovate the building invited the public to an open house to see the lunch counter one last time before it's torn out. ...
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