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Minnesota GOP lawmakers poised to tap surplus for tax cuts
State officials their revised economic forecast and budget surplus estimate on Tuesday. Republican legislative leaders say whatever the surplus is now, they plan to pass significant tax cuts this year. ...
Science wunderkind urges making science beneficial to humanity
Taylor Wilson astounded the science world when he built a bomb at age 10 and at age 14 became the youngest person in history to produce fusion. The young nuclear scientist is still only 22, and he believes science can potentially solve some of the most important problems of our time. ...
Racist, anti-Semitic graffiti found in Lakeville South High School
The Lakeville school district says a student will face discipline for putting racist and anti-Semitic graffiti on bathroom stalls at Lakeville South High School. ...
Effort to do away with ranked choice voting in St. Paul encounters resistance
An effort to do away with ranked choice voting in St. Paul is getting strong pushback. Dozens of people packed into a meeting of a city charter commission committee Monday to show their support for keeping the system as is. ...
Trump looks to refocus his presidency in address to Congress
The president's allies hope he will use a prime-time speech Tuesday to move beyond the distractions and self-inflicted wounds that have roiled the Trump White House. ...
Periods of rain southern MN, snow to the north
When the snowstorm shifted south last Friday, it allowed our February snowfall total at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to stay at three-tenths of an inch. If we don’t see any additional snow at the airport by midnight on Tuesday, we’ll tie the Twin Cities record for the lowes ...
Takata pleads guilty in air bag scandal, agrees to pay $1B
Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. pleaded guilty to fraud Monday and agreed to pay $1 billion in penalties for concealing an air bag defect blamed for at least 16 deaths, most of them in the U.S. ...
Trump says Oscars focused hard on politics before 'sad' end
The president said in an interview with Breitbart News on Monday that the Academy Awards "focused so hard on politics that they didn't get the act together at the end." ...
Dayton administration pushes ambitious renewable energy mandate
Minnesota would have to generate half its electricity from renewables by 2030 under a mandate proposed today by the Dayton administration, a doubling of the state's current renewable standard. ...
Fifth-graders turn classroom into a trout fishery
The kids have raised hundreds of trout from eggs, and plan to release them in the spring. ...
The perfect bookish response to the Oscars mix-up
Lydia Sigwarth, a library assistant in Platteville, Wis., had the best response -- in books. ...
Treasure Island buys naming rights for old St. Paul Macy's building
Terms of the deal weren't disclosed, but the St. Paul Port Authority president said there won't be a casino in the building. ...
Stand your ground laws complicate matters for black gun owners
"When you look at the way that, African American men are treated when they're armed, already the deck is stacked against people who are judged or perceived to be a threat," said historian Caroline Light. ...
Pentagon presenting counter-ISIS plan to White House
Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said Defense Secretary Jim Mattis provided the results of his 30-day strategy review ahead of a Monday afternoon Cabinet-level meeting of the National Security Council. ...
House Intel chair: Trump-Russia ties can't become witch hunt
House Intelligence chairman Devin Nunes said Monday that Congress should not begin a McCarthy-style investigation based on news reports that a few Americans with ties to President Donald Trump had contacted Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign. ...
DNR: Minnesota moose numbers stabilizing after steep decline
The January moose survey found Minnesota's moose population statistically unchanged from a year ago, the Department of Natural Resources said Monday. That doesn't mean the creatures are out of the woods yet. ...
17-year-old transgender boy wins Texas girls' wrestling championship
Mack Beggs is prohibited from competing against boys, under Texas rules. His controversial win comes soon after President Trump rescinded Obama administration guidelines on transgender students. ...
Fact check: Trump makes his points with overstated flair
The president is one to overreach for superlatives, whether describing the state of things as he found them or what he plans to do about them - or claims to have done already. ...
Flight attendant charged in fake bomb threat signs plea deal
Justin Cox-Sever, 23, of Tempe, Arizona, is accused of making threats on a July 2015 flight from Charlottesville, Virginia, to Chicago, and on a September 2015 flight from Minneapolis to Dickinson, North Dakota. ...
EU lawmakers, in unusual move, pull the plug on racist talk
In an unprecedented move, lawmakers have granted special powers to the president to pull the plug on live broadcasts of parliamentary debate in cases of racist speech or acts. Trouble is, the rules on what is considered offensive are none too clear. ...
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